net annual income

net annual income

Income after payment of taxes.
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This was in the form of allocating 10 per cent of net annual income to support education and health sectors as well as economic empowerment.
The Canara Credit Card World with three new card variants is aimed at high-end customers with minimum net annual income of Rs 7.
An illustration shows how a provider receiving $70 per 15 minute office visit, 30 hours a week, 48 weeks a year could increase net annual income by more than $26,000.
During our two-anda-half year ownership of the building, we have increased occupancy from 70 per cent to 90 per cent and increased the net annual income by 15 per cent over this period through a combination of an aggressive letting policy and active asset management," he added.
5 billion and net annual income of $301 million, making it the second most important financial group with a General License for shares in that country.
Today, Sony is one of the most successful companies in the world with annual revenue of nearly $87 billion, net annual income of nearly $3 billion and total assets of nearly $160 billion.
Research from the TUC shows that the biggest losers overall from the Tory/Liberal plans will be single mothers with an estimated loss to their net annual income of pounds 3,121 - that is a fifth of their income.
Mousa said that the food price rise had the biggest effect on families in the capital with a net annual income lower than Dh36,000.
Papasavvas' net annual income is in excess of e1/4100,000.
The MOF is taking a fresh look at the version of the program drafted by the tax reform committee, which calls for NT$20,000 of tax refund a year on average for families subject to the lowest income-tax credit of 5%, or those with net annual income less than NT$500,000.
Article 326 of the UCI anti-doping rules establishes a fine corresponding to the net annual income of any rider committing an offence sanctioned by a suspension of two years or more.
With income-producing properties, the relationship between the price and the net annual income is the rate of return, and is often referred to as the capitalization rate.