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Formostar and Revenues is the relationship that potential Formostar and existing ones are most interested in. Revenues are what it’s all about in the world of business. This would really apply from the smallest of business’ such as the “mom and pop”, to the corporate giants. Revenues are the actual amount of monies the come in to a business. Now, one would probably need to take a handful of business management courses to really and fully explain all there may be to know about revenues. However, for the purposes of this blog, I wanted to keep it as simple as possible. This is in part, due to my own limited mental capacity as well as keeping with what is generally a casual type writing style. How does one calculate revenues? What does Formostar and Revenues have to do with anything? Well, to address the first question first-Revenues are calculated by “multiplying the price at which goods or services are sold, by the number of units or amount sold.” I got that interesting tidbit from Are there different actual types of revenues? Oh, that is right, I forgot to answer the second question! The Formostar is a piece of equipment that Day Spa’s, Skin Clinics, Tanning Salons, Gyms and a host of many other places of business invest money in and purchase. The Formostar has been shown to substantially increase the amount of revenues a business may in fact generate. It is really a great way to increase overall revenues. Ok, now back to different types of revenues. There is “top line” as well as “bottom line”. Different types of accounting methods will dictate the way in which a place of business may in fact look at revenues and revenue streams. Formostar and Revenues has a proven track record of increasing those revenues. As mentioned earlier, I did some research on this very subject and came across a great source of information, I will leave a small portion of that information below. If you are interested in it, you can always click on to to read the entire article on revenues.



Revenue is the amount of money that is brought into a company by its business activities. Revenue is also known as sales, as in the price-to-sales ratio, an alternative to the price-to-earnings ratio that uses revenue in the denominator.

There are different ways of calculating revenue, depending on the accounting method a business employs. Accrual accounting will include sales made on credit as revenue, as long as the goods or services have been delivered to the customer.