Pretax rate of return

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Pretax rate of return

Gain on a security before taxes.

Pretax Rate of Return

The rate of return on an investment before capital gains or other taxes. Most of the time, when one sees a calculation of the rate of return it is the pretax rate of return. For a tax-free investment, the pretax and post-tax rates of return are identical.
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Net income for the first nine months of 2015 resulted in an annualised pre-tax return on average equity of 18.
Profits in the banking sector and capital buffers are strong with average pre-tax return on assets was 2.
In fact, the company's typical pre-tax return on sales these days is nearly 18%, and in subsequent discussions the controller shared her interpretation of the facts and her view that, despite my consistently anti-absorption rhetoric, increased sales and volume-driven cost absorption are largely responsible for the company's eye-popping profit jump.
1 percent pre-tax return on invested capital for the 12 months ended June 30, 2014.
96 per cent) due largely to the higher interest fees that PWOR assets command, while pre-tax return on assets and equity measures stood higher at 1.
Both community and noncommunity banks headquartered in non-metropolitan areas outperformed their counterparts headquartered in metro areas on the basis of pre-tax return on assets (ROA) for the study period.
The tax deferral enjoyed on income generated on after-tax retirement account contributions increases your comparable pre-tax return by 66% if you're in a 40% tax bracket, 54% in the 35% tax bracket, and 42% in the 30% tax bracket.
According to the most recent data from the FDIC, since June 2009, the pre-tax return on assets at commercial banks has risen 188 basis points to 1.
Even at maximum level, debt instruments will give a pre-tax return of 10-11 per cent.
Barlow pointed out that whereas the 60 courses made an aggregate profit of pounds 19 million, for a pre-tax return on capital of less than four per cent, in 2009, the equivalent was likely to be less than pounds 10m in 2011, when they had to absorb pounds 7m of Levy Board cuts and would pay pounds 3m to stage 250 leasehold fixtures expected to generate pounds 9m in levy funding and betting-shop picture rights.
Portfolio A reports a pre-tax return of 12 percent and Portfolio B reports a pre-tax return of 10 percent.
58) In particular, as a result of the existence of the corporate income tax, the UBIT is necessary in order to prevent a tax-exempt entity from shifting resources away from widely-held corporations and towards business ventures controlled by the tax-exempt entity in situations in which the pre-tax return accruing to resources used by the widely-held corporation is greater than the pre-tax return accruing to resources used by a business controlled by the tax-exempt entity.