before-tax

before-tax

adj
(Accounting & Book-keeping) accounting before tax has been deducted; gross
Translations

before-tax

adj income, profitsvor Steuern
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Before-tax SEC PV10 of the year-end 2017 reserves of $3.
By contrast, the large market income losses of the second and third quintiles were reduced substantially with before-tax income losses reduced to 4 and 5 percent respectively.
This non-core asset divestiture will positively impact corporate liquidity by increasing net cash on the balance sheet before closing adjustments by C$937 million before-tax.
The sale of the non-core asset will positively impact corporate liquidity by increasing net cash on the balance sheet before closing adjustments by CAD937m before-tax.
6% of their before-tax income on mortgage repayments, still significantly less than a recent peak of 24.
Bludgeoned by declining transaction mail volumes, Canada Post on Thursday reported a before-tax loss of $27 million for the first quarter of 2014.
Before-tax contributions are deductible from current-year income, but the principal, interest, and capital gains are taxed at the ordinary income tax rate upon withdrawal.
The group expects to record an before-tax profit of TWD2.
The average before-tax contribution rate remained flat at 7.
1, primarily due to about $40 million in before-tax Superstorm Sandy losses.
Parametric will apply an agreed methodology to report both the before-tax and after-tax returns of Qantas Super's Australian and global equity portfolios, as well as attributing the performance to pre-tax and after-tax returns.
Before-tax profit margin is targeted at 13-15% (2012E = 12%) per year.