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10:24 Nov 3, 2011
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English to German translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Finance (general) / Sales Representatives Guideline
English term or phrase: Revenue and non-Revenue
Credit Memos affect both Revenue and non-Revenue Sales Credit.

I kinda know what is meant here but am struggling to find the German equivalent for "Revenue and non-Revenue" ...

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated!

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4Null-Prozent-Finanzierung (non-revenue)

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revenue and non-revenue
Null-Prozent-Finanzierung (non-revenue)

The most clear distinction between the two searched terms can be made by describing the non-revenue sales credit. The ONLY target of the non-revenue sales credit is to boost sales. The salesperson/company doesn´t want to get interests paid to the company only to sale as much products/cars as possible.

Second target maybe the goal of reducing discounts and rebates by offering the advanateg of a non-revenue sales credit. Very often used ist the so called "Null-Prozent-Finanzierung".

The two examples (one from a German news magazine) will give you a good impression of how this works.

Therefore the revenue sales credit is any other credit with the aim of boosting sales. In that case I would use "verzinste Absatzfinanzierung". This combines the fact that interest is gained "verzinst" with the term of the sales credit "Absatzfinanzierung".

Hope this helps.

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Nov 4, 2011 - Changes made by Steffen Walter:
Field (specific)Business/Commerce (general) » Finance (general)
Nov 3, 2011 - Changes made by izy:
Language pairEnglish » English to German

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