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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Relating to or being that which remains after payment, especially of income taxes: after-tax profits.

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Examples

  • On Thursday, in reporting messy first-quarter results that reflected a steep year-on-year plunge in net income to $269 million but an improvement in what AIG called after-tax operating income to $2 billion from $637 million, the company listed a number of "aspirational goals" it aims to achieve in the next five years.

    AIG Will Save on Taxes, Buyback

  • Cash flow is normally defined as after-tax earnings, adding back depreciation and other noncash charges.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • Cash flow, as you may remember from chapter 3, is normally defined as after-tax earnings, adding back depreciation and other noncash charges.

    Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation

  • Consistent with the company's previous stated proactive investment de-risking objectives, net earnings in the second quarter included pretax realized investment losses of $668 million, or $453 million after-tax, which is $0.96 per diluted share.

  • In its initial ruling, the California Court of Appeal noted that “at the time of trial, defendant had daily after-tax profits of $20 million and its net worth was $25 billion, of which $14 billion was in cash on hand.”

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • That is roughly $1.4 million before taxes, leaving after-tax take-home cash of about $700,000 a year, he calculated.

    Believe It: Bankers' Pay Takes a Tumble

  • Roughly speaking, that comes to about $380,000 in after-tax cash.

    Believe It: Bankers' Pay Takes a Tumble

  • Chevron also noted that it expects to post between $250 million and $350 million of after-tax charges for the quarter.

    Chevron Expects Earnings to Rise Sequentially

  • I need to have more after-tax money to waste on politicians to help me buy my government and promote my conservative, big business, theocratic, anti-Constitutional agenda!!!

    RGA outraises DGA in 2009

  • And a continuing legacy of the Carter years is that companies and self-employed people have to pay for half of their business and entertainment expenses out of after-tax income.

    Obama vs. the Jets

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