proceeds


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Proceeds

The yield, income, money, or anything of value produced from a sale of property or a particular transaction.

Proceeds refers to whatever is received when an item is sold or to that which results or accrues from some possession or transaction. Proceeds are classified into cash and noncash categories.

proceeds

noun avails, balance, benefit, earnings, effect, end result, gain, gross profit, income, money coming in, net profit, produce, product, profit, receipts, reditus, renumeration, result, revenue, sum derived from a sale, value received, yield
Associated concepts: proceeds of a crime, proceeds of a sale, proceeds of an insurance policy
See also: commission, earnings, fee, income, output, product, profit, rent, revenue
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