after-tax cash flow

Cash Flow After Taxes

In accounting, a measure of a company's cash flow after all taxes are paid. It is calculated by taking the net income and adding back in the value of all non-cash expenses, notably amortization and depreciation. Publicly-traded companies with a high cash flow after taxes are in a better position to distribute cash dividends than those with a low cash flow after taxes. In addition to this, it is also used as a measure of general performance and financial health.

after-tax cash flow

A financial analysis of an income-producing property to determine cash benefits to the owner after paying all expenses,mortgage payments,and taxes,and after deducting amounts that must be taken into income for tax purposes,but which have not yet been collected. If the tax savings from depreciation or other tax shelters will result in tax losses, thus reducing taxes that must be paid on other income,then those savings are added back in,just as if they were additional income. The intent is to discover the amount of money that can be deposited in the bank at the end of each year.
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00 TABLE 8 Present Value of After-Tax Cash Flow and Proceeds from Resale: Elevated Income
After-tax cash flow (ATCF) (consisting of net income, or net loss, plus or minus losses or gains on the sale of radio stations and the cumulative effect of accounting changes, plus the following: depreciation and amortization, deferred income tax expense - or minus deferred income tax benefit - non-recurring items and other non-cash charges) rose 47.
The Company has presented broadcast cash flow, EBITDA, after-tax cash flow and free cash flow data, which the Company believes are comparable to the data provided by other companies in the industry, because such data are commonly used as a measure of performance for broadcast companies.
After-tax cash flow (ATCF) consists of net income, or net loss, plus or minus losses or gains on the sale of radio stations and the cumulative effect of accounting changes, plus the following: depreciation and amortization, deferred income tax expense -- or minus deferred income tax benefit -- non-recurring items and other non-cash charges.
6% EBITDA - broadcasting 13,512 9,287 38,926 33,955 EBITDA - other media (1,382) (17) (6,947) (1,266) EBITDA - total 12,130 9,270 31,979 32,689 After-tax cash flow - broadcasting 7,167 5,191 23,203 18,601 After-tax cash flow per share - broadcasting $0.
After-tax cash flow per share data was calculated using the basic and diluted weighted average shares outstanding, however, the per share amounts were the same because there was no material difference between the two weighted average share amounts.
1 After-tax Cash Flow (2): Total $ 402,650 $ 356,816 12.
Adjusted after-tax cash flow decreased 27%, to $130 million or $1.
12 per share and after-tax cash flow would have approximated $22.
We continue to maintain our full- year outlook for net broadcast revenue to be down by a high single digit percent, broadcast cash flow to be down by a high teen percent, and after-tax cash flow per share of $1.
The announced 42% reduction of the annual dividend rate will increase ILA's available after-tax cash flow by approximately $100 million.