Adjective "aftertax" definition and examples

Definitions and examples

adjective

Relating to income that remains after the deduction of taxes due.
  1. 'If an employee pays directly for medical care, the expenditure comes out of the employee's after-tax income.'
  2. 'Why pay your own doctor and insurance bills with after-tax income when your employer can do it with pre-tax dollars?'
  3. 'As a result, any rebate would be viewed, not as a permanent change in after-tax income, but as a temporary loan.'
  4. 'If you have saved up a deposit and budgeted for all the extra expenses when you move, tot up your existing monthly outgoings and deduct this figure from your after-tax income.'
  5. 'The average after-tax, after-inflation income is barely rising at all.'
  6. 'The goal of any firm is to maximize its after-tax income.'
  7. 'They encourage people to save as much as they can of their after-tax income and to invest it intelligently.'
  8. 'The problem here isn't so much housing as childcare, which consumes roughly half her after-tax income.'
  9. 'In the year to March 2005 the firm made an after-tax profit of £40m.'
  10. 'This year the company reported an after-tax profit of €6.5m for 2004.'

Definitions

1. remaining after applicable taxes have been deducted: a sharp decrease in her aftertax income.

More examples(as adjective)

"charges can be aftertax."

"profits can be aftertax."

"returns can be aftertax."

"proceedses can be aftertax."

"gains can be aftertax."

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