After Tax Operating Income

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After Tax Operating Income

In accounting, a calculation of a business' operating income after all taxes are paid. The ATOI is not a recognized practice in the Generally Accepted Accounting Practices; thus, it is vital to note how each accountant and each firm arrive at the calculation. It is closely related to the net operating profit after tax calculation, which is also unrecognized in GAAP.
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The Company also reported after-tax operating income to Arch common shareholders, a non-GAAP measure, of $187.4 million, or $1.34 per share, for the 2017 fourth quarter, compared to after-tax operating income to Arch common shareholders of $141.5 million, or $1.13 per share, for the 2016 fourth quarter.
The company's value-add businesses, comprising EPS and GRP, accounted for 58 per cent of Alcoa's first quarter 2014 revenues and 76 per cent of the company's total segment after-tax operating income.
Year over year comparisons were also strong, with full-year after-tax operating income per share of $4.56, up from $3.93 last year.
Benmosche made his comments on CNBC minutes after AIG reported the seventh consecutive quarter of positive after-tax operating income attributable to AIG, with solid performance across all areas of the company.
In 2008, Alico booked a statutory revenue of USD32.3bn and an after-tax operating income of USD1.3bn.
After-tax operating income was $132.2 million, or $2.48 per share, versus $163 million, or $2.60 per share, over the respective period.
More specific, FCF equals a corporation's after-tax operating income less working capital and fixed asset investments needed to maintain their core operations.
It also generated $95m in after-tax operating income.
The exploration of market value, which may end in a sale, comes in conjunction with analysis of Alcoa's packaging and consumer segment, which generated approximately $3.2 billion in revenues and $95 million in after-tax operating income in 2006, representing approximately 10% of revenues and approximately 3% of operating income.
The new investment in the operating assets in place consists of any after-tax operating income that is reinvested, plus any new external debt or equity funding that is invested in new operating assets.
It also said that while its textile and fiber business accounted for nearly a fourth of the company's $2.3 billion 2002 revenue, it produced only 3% of after-tax operating income.
The life/health industry posted an 18% decline in after-tax operating income for 2002, following a 30% drop in 2001, the poorest results in recent history, according to A.M.