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Money received through a sale or Loan. The Term sometimes refers to Net proceeds (after any Commission, fees or other charges are deducted), and sometimes refers to Gross proceeds (before such deductions).

Related Terms: 10 Charge, Commission, Deduction, Gross proceeds, Loan, Net, Proceeds, ROC, ROCE, Term
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