After-Tax Value

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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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We developed a similar worksheet to calculate the aftertax value for 1999 IRA conversions since these allow for no amortization of taxes.
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98, page 59) to calculate net aftertax values for 1998 Roth IRA conversions and for values of traditional IRAs for money kept on account for 15 years at 8% interest.