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After-Tax

Describing any financial data calculated after subtracting total tax liability. For example if one's income is $100,000 and one's tax liability is $33,000, then one's after-tax income is $67,000.
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Total savings from the plan are projected to be in the range of $250 to $300 million aftertax.
The aftertax cost of an average drug is about $480 million, assuming the company has sufficient revenues to take advantage of the tax benefits or can somehow sell the tax benefits to another firm.
Daniel Bergstresser and I investigated whether mutual funds that imposed smaller tax burdens on their shareholders, conditional on their pretax returns, attracted larger flows of new investment than comparable funds with similar pretax but lower aftertax returns.
The net earnings are after deducting a nonrecurring, aftertax loss of $3.
Total net earnings equal net interest cost (positive or negative) plus aftertax profits.
PITTSBURGH -- PPG Industries (NYSE:PPG) will record a one-time aftertax charge in the first quarter 2010 of approximately $85 million, or 51 cents per share, as a result of a change in U.
Net in come in the quarter included $44 million of aftertax charges ($0.
The results for both 2004 periods include an aftertax gain of approximately $27 million ($0.
The corporation pays tax on its earnings and then the stockholder pays tax when dividends are paid by the corporation (out of aftertax profits) and included as income in the stockholder's tax return.
For investment abroad, they find large estimated tax elasticities of real capital to aftertax rates of return of about 1.
LADD plans to take an aftertax charge of about $26 million related to the second quarter to cover expected losses on the divestitures, the discontinuation of products, the closing of four company-owned stores and the disposition of selected equipment.
Fourth quarter 2009 reported net income included an aftertax charge of $2 million, or 1 cent per share, to reflect the net increase in the current value of the company's obligation under its proposed asbestos settlement, which is pending court proceedings.