Accounting Dictionary - Letter R

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Return on sales (ROS)
(also known as operating profit margin) shows the effectiveness of a company’s operating activity in relation to its sales. This ratio shows how much profit a company generates per dollar of sales and is calculated by dividing operating profit by total sales.
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