Accounting Dictionary - Letter G

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Gross margin
(also called gross profit) is the difference between the sales revenue (i.e., revenue generated from sales) and the cost of goods sold. Gross margin shows what profit an entity has after the cost of goods sold, but before any other expenses (e.g., selling and administrative expenses).
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