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Before-Tax Basis

Any calculation that does not account for either income taxes or capital gains taxes. The before-tax basis is not as useful as the after-tax basis for arriving at an accurate figure, particularly given the fact that some investments are tax-exempt. See also: Pretax contribution.
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244 million of Distributable Earnings on a pre-tax basis for Q3 2015 and $1.
Atlanta-based Assurant Specialty Property says it expects losses from Superstorm Sandy to be in the range of $200 million to $220 million on a pre-tax basis and net of reinsurance.
Core operating earnings on a pre-tax basis has increased substantially year-over-year, up from USD1.
Employers that sponsor a BASE 125 Cafeteria Plan can allow employees who are paying medical expenses, insurance premiums or dependent care expenses to do so on a pre-tax basis.
During the second quarter of 2010, the company sold a fuel hedge contract that resulted in a reduction of fuel expense on a pre-tax basis of about $1.
Employees can pay for transit and vanpool fares on a pre-tax basis up to the $230 limit-a win-win for employees and their companies.
On a reported pre-tax basis the group stays in the red with losses of pounds 91.
However on a reported pre-tax basis, the group remained in the red with losses of pounds 91.
Edward Jones analyst Matt Collins said shares were upgraded to "hold" on its GE Capital unit pre-tax basis and slow decline in infrastructure related profit.
You can deduct money from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis to pay for a number of health care expenses not covered by insurance, child care or elder care.
Higher-income taxpayers will realize that the contribution is 100% deductible on a pre-tax basis, because of the adjusted-gross-income limits on itemized deductions and the 50% limit on contributions.
Employer matching contributions must continue to be made on a pre-tax basis.