plural noun

money taken in sales

  • to itemise receipts and expenditure

  • Receipts are down against the same period of last year.

"...the Public Sector Borrowing Requirement is kept low by treating the receipts from selling public assets as a reduction in borrowing" [Economist]

"...gross wool receipts for the selling season to end June appear likely to top $2 billion" [Australian Financial Review]

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