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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Adjusted net loss for the third quarter excludes $191 million before-tax or $137 million after-tax ($0.
6% of their before-tax income on mortgage repayments, still significantly less than a recent peak of 24.
These advantages allow Anadarko to earn before-tax rates of return in excess of 70% in some parts of its acreage, representing some of the strongest economies across its global portfolio.
Bludgeoned by declining transaction mail volumes, Canada Post on Thursday reported a before-tax loss of $27 million for the first quarter of 2014.
Consolidated before-tax profit more than doubled to 45.
That steep decline left some of Andarko's properties in the Powder River Basin in Wyoming too expensive to produce, so the US oil and gas company took a before-tax impairment charge of $978 million in the quarter.
This first of two volumes covers the time value of money, before-tax and after-tax cash flow models, international petroleum economics, capital budgeting techniques, and investment selection decision making.
Massimo cited an example wherein one top-bracket investor invested $1 million in a regular mutual fund that has a before-tax return of 8% and an asset turnover of 100%.
That's almost 5 percent of Dillard's before-tax profit last year of $84.
The think tank defines a high out-of-pocket burden for healthcare as spending more than 10% of before-tax income on insurance premiums and medical care.
PA) (LSE: BNP) (OTC: BNPQY), has reported that its before-tax profit increased to EUR100m in 2009, compared with EUR70m in the year earlier.
The insurer, formerly the Birmingham Hospital Saturday Fund, also made a modest before-tax profit of pounds 1.