After-Tax


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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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6 million charge for the write-down of net deferred tax assets as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, an after-tax charge of $1.
Example 2: After hearing about this rule, Marge calculates that her $25,000 of after-tax money (her nondeductible contributions) was 25% of her $100,000 IRA on the date of the distribution.
While deferring wages up to this contribution limit is the goal for some clients, in order to truly maximize the 401(k) option, others have sought to take advantage of the after-tax contribution limit as a means to eventually fund a Roth IRA.
Since the notice was released, advisors have been paying closer attention to after-tax plan funds, but many are still unclear about basic rules.
The question: "A lot of people have after-tax money in a 401(k) -- they have pretax and after-tax money.
period, the company raked in cumulative after-tax net income of NT$9.
For the year ended December 31, 2011, FBR reported a net after-tax loss of USD49.
If after-tax dollars were invested outside of a tax-favored plan, assuming a 25% tax bracket, of the original $1,000 only $750 per year would remain after-taxes for investment.
Now, let's compare the after-tax income distributed to Smith and his daughter Jane if he retains his IRA or, alternatively, if he converts the IRA to a Roth IRA in 2010.
Pay off moderate interest rate debts in order based on the after-tax interest rate.