After Tax Operating Income(redirected from Atoi)
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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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