Turnover The total revenue of a company derived from the provision of goods and services, less trade discount and other taxes. It also means the rate at which some asset is turned over, i.e replaced, in course of an accounting year. For example, stock turnover is the total sales figure divided by the value of the asset. The turnover rate indicates how fast a company can grow without further capital injection.

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