pretax


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pre·tax

 (prē′tăks′)
adj.
Existing before tax deductions: pretax income.

pre•tax

(priˈtæks)

adj., adv.
prior to the payment of taxes.
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The company blamed the pretax loss on weak sales of autumn and winter clothing due to the anemic economy and losses at its affiliates.
The Hiroshima-based automaker also said it expects 45.5 billion yen in unconsolidated pretax profit, up 75.3% from the previous year.
The Tokyo-based publisher reported a group net profit of 971 million yen and pretax profit of 2.86 billion yen, both positive turnarounds from net and pretax losses of 6.87 billion yen and 1.05 billion yen a year earlier.
30 Kyodo Japan's three major airlines posted large pretax profit gains in the first half of fiscal 1998 on sales of aircraft and other means, according to their unconsolidated April-September results released by Friday.
Its pretax balance also sank into minus territory with its loss amounting to 31.63 billion yen, down from a profit of 35.46 billion yen.
Mitsubishi Motors' group pretax account is also in the red, a loss of 54.52 billion yen, on sales of 3,735.23 billion yen, up 1.7%.
It also chalked up 6.78 billion yen in consolidated pretax profit on sales of 540.82 billion yen.
Three major online brokerage houses reported higher operating revenues for the April-June quarter, with two of them posting pretax profits despite the sluggish Tokyo stock market, according to their financial statements released by Thursday.
Combined consolidated pretax profits and sales by companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) rose 38.3% and 4.8%, respectively, in fiscal 2000, which ended March 31, the TSE said Monday.
Japanese companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange's First Section are likely to report a minimal growth of 0.7% in their combined group pretax profit for fiscal 2001 from the year before, an economic think tank said Friday.
Major Japanese companies' combined pretax profits for the first half of fiscal 2000 expanded 59.9% from a year earlier on a consolidated basis, helped mainly by their restructuring efforts, the Shinko Research Institute said Friday.
Its fiscal 1999 pretax balance is also likely to fall into the red, with its pretax loss reaching as high as 15 billion yen, according to the major manufacturer of motorcycles, aircraft and other large machinery.