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revenue - Etrag / Erlös

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Umsatz / Umsatzerlöse

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Ich bin kein Betriebswirtschaftler, aber jeder Abschlussbericht einer AG lässt mich eindeutig darauf schliessen, dass Revenue für Umsatz steht.

Prüfung auf Yahoo finance:
VerfasserTom30 Mai 07, 12:08
Wrong wrong wrong, I'm afraid.
The exact translation for Umsatz / Umsatzerlöse = Turnover.
Revenue is a word with a much wider frame of meaning, and can be rendered as Ertrag or Erlös in the right circumstances.
#1VerfasserSteve30 Mai 07, 16:31
Steve, this is a bit too harsh. Tom is right concerning "Revenue=Umsatz(erlöse)". Especially in the accounting context given in the thread he linked to, "revenue" is more frequently used as "turnover" (the latter would in this context rather be used to describe the frequency of goods movements, German "Umschlag").
However, I fully support you on the "wide frame of meaning" and that there ARE circumstances where "Ertrag/Erträge" or "Erlös(e)" is the correct translation for "revenue". Thus Tom's posting should be regarded as a New Entry suggestion rather than a Wrong Entry.
#2Verfassermm (d)01 Jun 07, 15:45
"wrong wrong wrong": Nonsense – the terms are synonymous, the only difference being USEN vs UKEN, and the fact that they can have different meanings in different contexts (e.g. "employee turnover"):

"Revenue is also referred to as sales or turnover" (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Revenue)
#3Verfassernvail (859716) 12 Aug 17, 18:38
Kontext/ Beispiele
What is 'Revenue'Revenue is the amount of money that a company actually receives during a specific period, including discounts and deductions for returned merchandise. It is the "top line" or "gross income" figure from which costs are subtracted to determine net income.Revenue is calculated by multiplying the price at which goods or services are sold by the number of units or amount sold.Revenue is also known as "REVs."

Definitions (2)
1. For a company, this is the totalamount of money received by the company for goodssold or services provided during a certain time period. It also includes all net sales, exchange of assets; interest and any other increase in owner's equity and is calculated before any expenses are subtracted.

Net income can be calculated by subtracting expenses from revenue.

In terms of reporting revenue in a company's financial statements, different companiesconsider revenue to be received, or "recognized", different ways. For example, revenue could be recognized when a deal is signed, when the money is received, when the services are provided, or at other times. There are rules specifying when revenue should be recognized in different situations for companies using different accounting methods, such as cash basis and accrual basis accounting.

2. For the government, the increase in assets of governmental funds that do not increaseliability or recovery of expenditure. This revenue is obtained from taxes, licenses and fees.

Revenue is a company's income from all product or service sales. It does not include income from company investments, bank account interest, capital gains on asset sales, or miscellaneous earnings such as fees. Net revenue equals gross revenue minus directly related selling expenses. At a minimum, this should reflect the wholesale cost of products sold, including freight, and any sales commissions paid

Definition of revenue1:  the total income produced by a given source a property expected to yield a large annual revenue2:  the gross income returned by an investment3:  the yield of sources of income (such as taxes) that a political unit (such as a nation or state) collects and receives into the treasury for public use4:  a government department concerned with the collection of the national revenue

mass nounalso revenues
1Income, especially when of an organization and of a substantial nature.
‘traders have lost £10,000 in revenue since the traffic scheme was implemented’
1.1A state's annual income from which public expenses are met.
‘his priority was to raise government revenue and to lower expenditure’
‘the government's tax revenues’

1.2often the revenueThe department of the civil service collecting state revenue.
‘when the revenue makes a demand for tax, that demand is implicitly backed by the powers of the state’

putting up these definitions for discussion.... I'm not so hot on the German terms so I'll let the experts decide.
#4Verfasserjamqueen (1129860) 14 Aug 17, 12:22
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