a segment of a business responsible for both revenues and expenses would be called:

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You know, we have a term called “profit-sharing.” This is not one of those terms that I’d like to be associated with.

Profit-sharing is where a business pays its employees a flat percentage of all sales each week, so that employees can pocket a portion of the profits. In this case, you might be thinking: “That sounds like a bad deal.” Yes and no. Profit-sharing is a great way to make a business run more efficiently, as it frees the employees to do some of the work.

You can always take advantage of the profits-sharing method to cut out the middle man and focus on making your own products. There is no way of being a profit-sharing business except by creating all of your own products. But the problem is that if you don’t do this, you will have to rely on someone external to your business to help you sell your products to customers. This is where the middle man comes in to the equation.

Profit-sharing is a common form of business in which an outside person, usually the government, agrees to share in the profits of a business. In this scenario, the business owner gets a percentage of the profits from the sale of his product (e.g., a DVD) and the government gets a percentage of the sales. For example, if you are a restaurant owner, the government gets a share of your restaurant’s profits (e.g., a percentage of the food sales).

Profit-sharing is one of the most common forms of economic activity that most businesses use. But sometimes it can be overkill. In fact, many people find that they are more satisfied with the status quo where there is a large group of people who are sharing in the profits.

One of the most common forms of profit-sharing is called a “joint venture” where two entities pool their resources together and work together to achieve a common goal. For example, a company might buy an existing business or start a new one, but the two entities would still be run by either one or the other. For example, a successful start-up company might purchase a company that’s already been around for decades, but then work together to improve it.

It’s not uncommon for companies to work together to cut costs and improve their profits. For example, a business that owns and operates a restaurant would often work together with the employees to reduce the number of meals that the employees are required to serve. It’s also not uncommon for businesses that own and operate other businesses to pool their resources together and share the profits. This is because it will allow them to save money and share in the company’s profits.

It’s usually a fair and reasonable trade-off to be able to cut costs and improve profits. That’s a smart move from the “it’s not fair” point of view.

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I am the type of person who will organize my entire home (including closets) based on what I need for vacation. Making sure that all vital supplies are in one place, even if it means putting them into a carry-on and checking out early from work so as not to miss any flights!

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