after-tax


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Related to after-tax: After-tax income, Profit After Tax

af·ter-tax

(ăf′tər-tăks′)
adj.
Relating to or being that which remains after payment of taxes, especially of income taxes: after-tax profits.

after-tax

adj
(Accounting & Book-keeping) denoting earnings, profit, or income left when tax has been paid
Translations

after-tax

[ˈɑːftəˈtæks]
B. CPD after-tax profits Nbeneficios mpl postimpositivos
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The third quarter of 2017 included a non-recurring after-tax expense of $587,000 related to the branch closures during the quarter, an after-tax charge of $556,000 for regulatory remediation costs and an after-tax gain on sales of securities of $220,000.
The third quarter of 2017 included a non-recurring after-tax expense of USD 587,000 related to the branch closures during the quarter, an after-tax charge of USD 556,000 for regulatory remediation costs and an after-tax gain on sales of securities of USD 220,000.
To the IRS, a taxpayer's IRA money must be stirred together to include pre-tax and after-tax dollars.
Generating after-tax income can be critical in developing a well-balanced retirement income plan--but for clients who have delayed saving or wish to accumulate a substantial Roth nest egg, the annual contribution limits for retirement savings can present a formidable roadblock.
On September 18, 2014, the IRS released Notice 2014-54 ("Guidance on Allocation of After-Tax Amounts to Rollovers"), which definitively authorizes clients to complete a direct rollover of their pre-tax plan funds to a traditional IRA while simultaneously allowing them to complete tax-free Roth IRA conversions of their after-tax plan funds.
The Internal Revenue Service in late September issued long-awaited guidance on the allocation of after-tax amounts to rollovers, which answers what IRA guru Ed Slott said is one of the most common, if not the most common, question that he gets from advisors.
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The benefit of this delayed payment is that the funds can remain invested until needed to pay the income tax, thereby increasing after-tax return.
Pay off debts-beginning with those that have the highest after-tax interest rate.