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Bottom line

• The last line on the income statement or the final amount of profit for the accounting period after all expenses and adjustments

• Is a term that has several meanings which depend on usage and context. Often, it refers to the net profitability (profits or losses) of a business. It may refer to an answer, point of a long commentary, or a conclusion.

 
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