Underlying Profit

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Underlying profit refers to the measure of the actual profit recognised by a company used for planning business processes. The company internally calculates the underlying profit to unveil a more accurate measurement of the amount of money it generates. It may be used for business process planning, instead of the operating profits reported for regulatory or accounting purposes. This way of calculating profit concentrates on usual accounting cycle events, apart from one-time events or uncommon situations.

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