- = sales returnsGoods returned to an organization by customers, usually because they are unsatisfactory.
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returns inwards — sales returns Goods returned to an organization by customers, usually because they are unsatisfactory … Big dictionary of business and management
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sales returns book — See: returns inwards book … Accounting dictionary
sales returns — 1) See returns inwards 2) A report on sales made in a period … Big dictionary of business and management
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