Net Parity: Antithesis of gross parity.
Net Profit: The value of sales less expenses assuming that the sales are greater (ie. if the profit and loss account shows a credit balance).
Net Proceeds: The cash received after paying all liens and expenses.
Net Primary Productivity: Total primary production, minus the amount consumed in respiration
Net Present Value Rule: An investment is worth making if it has a positive NPV Projects with negative NPVs should be rejected.
Net Primary Productivity (NPP): The rate at which producer (usually plants) biomass is created in a community.
Net Profit Margin: Net income divided by sales; the amount of each sales dollar left over after all expenses have been paid.
Net Realizable Value: The selling price of an item less reasonable selling costs.
Net Rate: The rate after any commission and fees are applied to the travel fee.
Net Quick Assets: Cash, marketable securities, and accounts receivable less current liabilities.