After-tax profit margin

After-tax profit margin

The ratio of net income to net sales.

After-Tax Profit Margin

A measure of how well a company controls its costs after taxes. It is calculated by dividing the company's net income (profit after taxes) by its net sales. A high after-tax profit margin often means the company controls its costs well and provides a value for the shareholder's investment. However, a low after-tax profit margin is not necessarily a negative sign. Some companies and industries are expensive to run and have low margins by their nature, relying on sheer volume to generate profits. However, a high after-tax profit margin is generally seen as better if it is at all feasible.
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But chief exec Michael O'Leary said the airline had cut fares while maintaining a "world-leading" after-tax profit margin.
A recent survey asked high-school graduates to estimate the after-tax profit margin at an average company.
After-tax profit margin, or return on revenue, is an important measure of profitability for the A&H industry; A&H insurers typically do not maintain large volumes of reserves or assets due to the short-term nature of their liabilities.
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Our ongoing focus on expense management, however, enabled us to continue to rebuild our marketing investment, reinstate our 401(k) match, and allow for a heightened level of employee bonuses while achieving a fifth consecutive quarter of improved net income and a fourth consecutive quarterly after-tax profit margin in excess of 12%.
While restructuring charges kept net income essentially flat between the second and third quarters, our continued expense discipline enabled us to achieve an after-tax profit margin in excess of 12% for a second straight quarter.
3% after-tax profit margin, our highest since the first quarter of 2000.
losses from unconsolidated investees (4) 31% 25% After-tax profit margin (5) 21% 16% Number of employees (6) 37,435 40,424 (7%) (1) Includes the elimination of intersegment activity.
securities subject to mandatory redemption 47 21 124% Net income $ 825 $ 264 * Pre-tax profit margin (1) 41% 19% After-tax profit margin (2) 30% 12% (1) Income before taxes, less dividends on preferred securities as a % of net revenues.
losses from unconsolidated investees (2) 41% 38% After-tax profit margin (3) 29% 24% (1) Income before taxes, less losses from unconsolidated investees and dividends on preferred securities, as a % of net revenues.
First quarter results represent the third consecutive quarter of sequential improvement in net sales and a return to a 20 percent or better net after-tax profit margin.
This follows a strong improvement in the past fiscal year when the after-tax profit margin rose to 3.