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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Recipients are required to repay 100% of the after-tax value of thisretention bonus if theiremployment terminates before the second anniversary of the effective date.
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The revised project more than doubles the IRR and retains the same after-tax value as the 2012 study, while substantially reducing overall capital costs.
In addition, P&G said the transaction maximizes the after-tax value of the Duracell business and is tax efficient for P&G.
Assuming a zero cost basis for this hypothetical example, the IRA investment could have an after-tax value of an estimated $600,000 while the stock investment in a taxable account could be worth as much as $800,000 --a $200,000 difference.
Julie's money will be taxed upon withdrawal at her ordinary income rate, but we have adjusted her account balance in the table above to show the after-tax value, assuming an overall tax rate of 35%.
Because of uncertainty regarding the future taxation of dividends, Fox Chase Bancorp's board of directors has accelerated the timing of the dividend for the first quarter of 2013 into the fourth quarter of 2012 to maximize the after-tax value to its shareholders.
Exhibit 4 shows the IRA after-tax value at different assumed rates of return.
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He still has his $100,000 checking account available, and he still has $80,000 of after-tax value for his appreciated securities.