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What is the difference between net and gross profit?

Gross profit refers to the total amount of money made as the result of an activity. It represents the full return before the deduction of any costs or fees. Net profit refers to the amount left over after any fees and deductions have been made from the gross figure. It is impossible to make any further deductions from a net figure - it represents the amount that is ultimately left over after obligations are fulfilled.

JaeVee show all figures as projected net (including the payment of Corporation Tax, currently set at 19% and likely to change). We don’t want to mislead our investors by showing the gross figures.

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