posttax

posttax

(ˌpəʊstˈtæks)
adj
(Banking & Finance) existing or remaining after tax is deducted
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Morrison's Exile Productions Ltd recorded a posttax profit of [euro]3.16million in 2018 after paying business tax of around [euro]973,000.
The Irish carrier lowered its full-year posttax profit guidance from between [euro]1.1bn (PS966m) and [euro]1.2bn (PS1bn) to a new range of [euro]1bn (PS878m) and [euro]1.1bn (PS966m).
In particular, the optimal lapse-and-reentry strategy of a policyholder maximizing the expected utility of his posttax terminal payout is almost identical to that of a policy-holder concerned with maximizing the risk-neutral expected value of his investment.
Expenditures of Prime Age Men, 2016 (a) Employed, Long-term Employed, Employed, living alone, not working, Income or total living low income living alone expenditure alone (b) (b,c) (b,d) Pretax household 98,575 55,898 22,190 12,870 income Tax 15,397 9,449 1,326 566 Posttax household 83,170 46,444 20,861 12,301 income Total 64,694 43,508 28,086 20,686 expenditures Food 9,491 6,506 5,091 3,830 Housing 21,250 14,752 10,857 9,221 Apparel and 1,283 721 452 336 services Transportation 10,297 6,935 4,664 2,918 Personal care 349 168 129 55 Health care 3,963 2,099 1,222 1,044 Entertainment 3,024 2,015 1,159 975 Alcohol 722 766 475 179 Tobacco products 325 345 398 459 Other expenditures 13,989 9,200 3,639 1,669 Sources: U.S.
For employees younger than 50 years, IRAs can be funded with posttax dollars up to the current annual contribution limit of $5500.
Let us use the following terms and symbols: t is financial (taxation) year; [??](t) is the income of the economic system from the production and service rendered by the business; [[??].sub.1](t) is posttax income of an economic entity; u(t) is the tax burden of the economic entity in the financial (tax) year; [xi] is equity capital load taking into account the taxes; [??] is the fuzzy value of the growth rate of the economy; [??] is the fuzzy value of the underground economy weight; [tau] is period for tax liabilities.
[11] were used (these data are originally sourced from the IEA Energy Prices and Taxes database and consist of the final price paid by the end-user per unit of final energy product consumed, including taxes (but excluding any posttax subsidies).
Zenith's gross total assets increased from N4 trillion ($12.3bn) in 2015 to N4.739 trillion last year, while its posttax profits rose from Niosbn ($324m) in 2015 to N130bn, a 23% rise in post-tax profits.
The business, which includes 31 restaurants worldwide, booked posttax profit of PS739,000 for the year ending in August 2016, up from a PS2m loss the year before.
Specifically, [tau] is the rate of individual posttax return on investment (ROI), and [theta] is the rate of supply chain's posttax return on investment (ROI).
Emmanuel Saez: Here I bring back Figure 8 showing the bottom 50% of adult income, pretax and posttax. It's obvious that, in dollar terms, transfers play a big role for the bottom 50%.