AFTER-TAX RETURN ON SALES
A measurement of profitability that tells how well the company disposes its sales revenue. For the calculation of the after-tax return on sales, the after-tax net income of the company must be divided by its total revenue. The result will be then multiplied by 100 to be converted to percentage; a higher percentage indicates a more efficient disposal of the company's sales revenue.
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