before-tax

before-tax

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

adj income, profitsvor Steuern
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Maintaining the growth trends, during 1st half of the year 2019, the bank posted a before-tax profit of Rs6.93 billion as against Rs6.15 billion earned during 1st half of the year 2018, depicting a rise of 13pc.
The facility is to generate more than CNY18bn in total output value and over CNY3bn in before-tax profit and create around 3,000 jobs.
Before-tax profits also had their best year since 2012, "propelled by faster domestic activity -- with GDP growth scoring its best performance since 2015 -- and a synchronized global economic upswing into early 2018," Boussour said.
The board of directors appreciated the efforts of the bank's management for achieving growth of 68% in the bank's before-tax profit during the first nine months of 2018 as compared to the corresponding period of last year.
The company estimates the impact to its statutory reserves will be approximately $200M on a before-tax basis, covering both its active life and claim reserves for long-term care for all its legal entities.
Before-tax profit amounted to Rs35,599 million as compared to Rs37,141 million of 2016, recording a fall of 4.15 percent.
According to the report, the top financial planning priority among the survey respondents was retirement planning (71%), followed by budgeting and spending plans (63%), and before-tax and after-tax investments (57% respectively).
In addition to market income, they include all public cash assistance and in-kind benefits from social insurance and government assistance programs to arrive at "before-tax income." Their next step is to subtract all federal taxes including personal income taxes, Social Security payments, excise taxes and corporate income taxes.
The motor dealership is also celebrating half a century selling Volvo cars - and a year of "substantial growth", after revealing before-tax profits of PS803,497 in its 2014 financial results.
The company reached positive before-tax earnings last June, but estimates the earliest it will achieve a net profit is the end of this year.
For comparability, the before-tax contribution to the regular IRA is $10,000, while the contributions to the brokerage account and the Roth IRA are with after-tax dollars--$6,700 for Emma and $7,500 for Lucas.