After-Tax Value

After-Tax Value

The value of an asset after any applicable taxes on it are paid. For example, if one sells a house for $100,000 but owes $25,000 in taxes from the sale, the after-tax value of the house is only $75,000. This remains the after-tax value whether or not one actually sells the house, which is what differentiates it from the after-tax return. See also: Net Salvage Value.
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Noront has compared the after-tax value of receiving Cliffs shares by a hypothetical Freewest shareholder having a low cost base to the pre-tax value of receiving Noront's shares and warrants.
On October 15, 2002, Tredegar announced that it was exploring alternatives to maximize the after-tax value of its venture capital investments, including the sale of substantially all portfolio investments in a secondary market transaction.
6) Addition of the after-tax value of unearned premium reserve on credit derivatives net of prepaid reinsurance.
Tredegar also announced that it has retained San Francisco-based Probitas Partners to explore alternatives aimed at maximizing the after-tax value of its venture capital investments.
Adjusted book value, which is a non-GAAP financial measure, is defined, subsequent to the adoption of FAS 163 in the second quarter of 2009, as shareholders' equity (book value) plus the after-tax value of the unearned premium reserve, which includes estimated future installment premiums in force, discounted at the risk free rate, net of prepaid reinsurance premiums, the after-tax value of unearned premium on credit derivatives net of prepaid reinsurance premiums and the after-tax net present value of estimated future installment premiums on credit derivatives in force, less future ceding commissions, discounted at 6%, less after-tax deferred acquisition costs.
CINCINNATI -- Columbus Life has introduced AccountMax, a "next generation" single premium deferred fixed annuity that offers several rate guarantee options and an enhanced death benefit option that helps preserve the after-tax value of the contract.
Adjusted book value, which is a non-GAAP financial measure, is defined, subsequent to the adoption of FAS 163 in the first quarter of 2009, as shareholders' equity (book value) plus the after-tax value of the unearned premium reserve, which includes estimated future installment premiums in force, discounted at the risk free rate, net of prepaid reinsurance premiums, the after-tax value of unearned premium on credit derivatives net of prepaid reinsurance premiums and the after-tax net present value of estimated future installment premiums on credit derivatives in force, less future ceding commissions, discounted at 6%, less after-tax deferred acquisition costs.
Another transaction may not be found which would result in the same after-tax value to Tech Squared's shareholders In short, we believe that the lawsuit is without merit and creates a significant risk that the value to be received by our shareholders may be significantly reduced.
Tangible book value per share is adjusted book value per share excluding the after-tax value of goodwill and other intangible assets divided by the number of common shares outstanding.
history -- we have captured approximately $21 billion in after-tax value for DuPont shareholders," said Charles O.
Adjusted book value, which is a non-GAAP financial measure, is defined as shareholders' equity (book value) plus the after-tax value of the unearned premium reserve net of prepaid reinsurance premiums, the after-tax value of unearned premium on credit derivatives net of prepaid reinsurance premiums and the after-tax net present value of estimated future installment premiums in force, less future ceding commissions, discounted at 6%, less after-tax deferred acquisition costs.
Collins & Aikman estimates the after-tax value of the transaction to the Company to be in the range of approximately $90.