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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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At inception, the initial savings amount the clients place in a taxable account, a nondeductible IRA or a Roth IRA is made with aftertax dollars.
tax law, American firms differ in the extent to which tax changes affect the aftertax cost of undertaking research and development (R and D) in the United States.
The employees pay premiums with aftertax dollars and do not pay any tax on the benefits they receive.
In the last three years, NBER researchers have addressed a range of new questions, including how liquidity constraints influence corporate start-up decisions by entrepreneurs;[15] how security transaction taxes affect financial markets and the cost of capital;[16] what role aftertax versus pretax returns play as measures of mutual fund performance;[17] and whether tax policy encourages or discourages firm spending on R and D.[18]
Alternatively, Roth IRAs are funded with aftertax dollars.
totaling a net of $298.5 million, aftertax. Including
* SEC-MANDATED AFTERTAX REPORTING RULES MEAN funds must report as a return what the investor actually takes home, not what the fund manager generates.
multinationals in the tax cost of undertaking R and D in the United States, it is possible to examine firm behavior before and after 1986 to estimate the responsiveness of R and D spending to its aftertax cost.
Net income for the operator of 26 ShopRite supermarkets in New Jersey and Pennsylvania tumbled 68% to $1.67 million during the three months ended April 30 in the wake of a $4.24 million, aftertax charge for the withdrawal from a multiemployer pension plan.
In addition individuals generally will be able to move aftertax contributions from their pension plan into a traditional IRA.
This suggests that the spread between the aftertax rate of return available to residents in a community and the municipal borrowing rate for bonds issued by that community affects the supply of municipal debt.
Parties to a divorce agreement might want to consider transferring assets other than options or agree to transfer the aftertax proceeds once an option is exercised.