The official CE definition of before-tax income
does not include lump-sum income, and the CE imputes only the components of before-tax income
Calculate 10% from your gross before-tax income
, and give it to a charity of your choice every time you get paid.
A family is poor if its before-tax income
is less than the threshold.
It could be true of after-tax income, but the standard measures of inequality are of before-tax income
The think tank defines a high out-of-pocket burden for healthcare as spending more than 10% of before-tax income
on insurance premiums and medical care.
It also would increase GDP by nearly 10 percent and ultimately raise the before-tax income
of average Americans by 10 percent.
13) These numbers are meant to be realistic: in 1998, a single taxpayer with before-tax income
of $30,000 would have paid $6,124 in income tax if she had had only the basic personal amount credit and had paid provincial tax equal to half of basic federal tax.
So, as an example, a family of four living in a large Canadian city with a before-tax income
of less than $37,253 in 2003 would have been living below the poverty line.
Under FERS, an employee may contribute up to 10 percent of before-tax income
to the Thrift Savings Plan, or TSP, with the government matching up to 5 percent.
Parent Co's before-tax income
under this arrangement would be $50, $30 after tax.
At a 33 percent tax rate, it took $4,500 of before-tax income
to produce the $3,000 in the Roth IRA, but only $3,000 to produce a deductible $3,000 in the traditional IRA.
For Arkansans with an annual income of $25,000, that's 5 percent of before-tax income
spent on tobacco.