The odds-ratio denotes a relative effect measure.
If person A has \$100 and person B has \$150, the OR of the money person B has relative to person A is 1.5. This can be interpreted as person B having 150% the money person A has (as much as).
Is it appropriate to subtract 1 in order to interpret how much more person B has?
OR = 1.5 OR difference = 1.5 - 1 = 0.5
This would be interpreted as:
Person B has 50% more money than person A.
Is this a common practice in reporting OR?