Bottom line refers to a company's net earnings, net income or earnings per share (EPS). The reference to "bottom" describes the relative location of the net income figure on a company's income statement.

May 11, 2017 – More specifically, the bottom line is a company's income after all expenses have been deducted from revenues. These expenses include interest charges paid on loans, general and administrative costs and income taxes. A company's bottom line can also be referred to as net earnings or net profits.

Nov 13, 2017 – The world of business is filled with a variety of terms, jargons and even odd phrases along with an ample supply of acronyms. The term bottom line is often used and refers to the profitability of a business after all expenses are deducted from revenues. Bottom line profits are net profits after all the costs of the …

The formula for the bottom line is as follows: Total Revenue -Total Expenses = Net Income. The bottom line is found on the last line of the income statement, which is why it's called the bottom line. Let's look at a hypothetical income statement for Company XYZ: Income Statement for Company XYZ, Inc. for the year ended …

At the end of the day the boss is either going to be happy with you or not based solely on what you did for his bottom line. 17 people found this helpful. The best way to find out how well your company did that year is really to only look at your bottom line. 14 people found this helpful. The bottom line was that he would either …