Profit

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Profit

Most commonly, the gross proceeds of a business transaction less the costs of the transaction; i.e., net proceeds. Excess of revenues over expenses for a transaction; sometimes used synonymously with net income for the period. Gain realized from business or investment over and above expenditures.

Accession of good, valuable results, useful consequences, avail, or gain. The benefit, advantage, or pecuniary gain accruing to the owner or occupant of land from its actual use; as in the familiar phrase rents, issues and profits, or in the expression mesne profits.

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Nonetheless, after-tax earnings from continuing operations for the nine months tumbled nearly 30% because of $171.9 million in tax expense related to the anticipated repatriation of a portion of cash loaned to the company's entities within the U.S.
The group said that the Q1 after-tax earnings were USD13.0m on operating revenues of USD323.6m.
Fifteen states and the District of Columbia have earned income tax credit (EITC) programs that supplement the after-tax earnings of low- and moderate-income working families.
Standard & Poor's (S&P), a division of McGraw-Hill that provides independent financial information, analytical services, and credit ratings to the world's financial markets, has taken the initiative in providing standards for the calculation of pro forma after-tax earnings, which it identifies as "core earnings." It plans to use core earnings for equity analysis to evaluate corporate operating earnings of publicly held companies in the U.S.
The WRP program has drawn attention because it would allow workers who are on temporary work restriction due to a documented ergonomic injury to receive 100% of their after-tax earnings and benefits.
And it suggested that employees removed from the workplace because of ergonomics-related injuries be entitled to 90% of after-tax earnings, plus full benefits.
Dancers who leave Ballet Nacional to work overseas must obtain Alicia Alonso's blessing and pay 10 percent of after-tax earnings back to Ballet Nacional to maintain good standing with the company.
He then made the simplifying assumption of a constant rate of growth in after-tax earnings over the remainder of the worklife.
The effect of this planned restructuring will be to reduce the company's fiscal 1996 after-tax earnings by about $2.8 million, or 48 cents per share.
Now boost your after-tax earnings with some simple techniques.
Tax credits directly reduce income tax expense, thus improving after-tax earnings. A direct reduction of tax liability increases a corporation's earnings per share and positively affects stock value.
This shows management what the payback term is by computing the rate of return, which is the actual net cash flow back (after-tax earnings plus depreciation) discounted annually until the present worth of the discounted cash flow back over the life of the expenditure is equal to its cost.