net annual income

net annual income

Income after payment of taxes.
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Moreover, banks will have to take into consideration a client's net annual income, the so-called debt to income criterion (DTI).
Any person found violating the law for the first time, shall upon conviction, face a fine of P500,000, plus an amount equivalent to up to 10 percent of his net annual income during the previous year.
Previously, a household earning a net annual income between $15,000 and $30,000 would have to pay between $300 and $600 in deductibles before Fair PharmaCare would start to provide coverage assistance.
With many of our Universities struggling to meet their overhead cost, talk of having a significant net annual income is so far away.
Reits must pay out the majority of their net annual income as dividends to investors.
This also includes 1.5 percent of the net annual income of the PCSO; 1.5 percent of the net annual income of the Pagcor; 1.5 percent of the net annual dividends remitted to the National Treasury of the Philippine National Oil Co.
This is based on the average annual mortgage repayment cost of PS8,039 and the average net annual income of PS27,7243.
The name REIT is currently restricted to Public Property Funds investing in income generating real estate and distributing at least 80% of their net annual income. Exempt Funds and QIFs, which are Property Funds, will, under the proposals, be allowed to use the name REIT if they invest in income generating real estate and distribute 80% of their annual income.
Besides, FHLB Des Moines returns 10% of its net annual income to communities in its district through the AHP.
The 2017 finance law proposed in the initial draft, to subject workers and retirees to a 1% deduction of the net annual income, if it is equal or exceeds 10 thousand, 15 thousand or 20 thousand dinars (three scenarios are possible in this regard).
The calculator addresses each financial concern by helping consumers set a goal for increasing annual income, saving 10 percent of net annual income, targeting a retirement nest egg, paying down debt.
78,840.00 per year (Table 7), thus his net annual income (Obtained Annual income-Total cost) is BDT.