profit

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make money

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benefit

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profit from something

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something beneficial

something that contributes to or increases one's well-being

something earned, won, or otherwise acquired

the quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end

to make a large profit

to derive advantage

to be an advantage to

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Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used to determine differences in total effective tax rates, share of after-tax income, and amount of after-tax income by presidential term (Reagan, G.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, they found the average household real after-tax income of married single earner households fell $1,600 (1986 dollars) between 1973 and 1986, while the same measure rose $800 for married dual earner households (Rubin and Riney 1995, 102-103).
Before their August recess, Congress approved a tax bill that gives most of the tax cuts to the households at the top whose after-tax income already has risen sharply.
Average after-tax income for families in 2001 increased for all families in every province, except for Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island with no province showing a significant decline.
After-tax income before restructuring charges and other adjustments in the third quarter of 1995 was $734,000, or 8 cents per share, before a restructuring charge of $7.
USEY is committed to growing long-term shareholder value by acquiring and enhancing undervalued high potential 'clean and green' energy assets; supporting our businesses with strong and experienced managers; improving our capital structure to reduce cost of funds and increase available growth capital; and maximizing USEY's after-tax income," Mr.
Half of renters spent more than 40% of their after-tax income on housing, an item that cost 39% of after-tax income for low-income homeowners.
10 After-Tax Income in Billions of Constant Dollars, 1985 to 2005.
8 percent of their after-tax income, the lowest rate since 1939.
While this example highlights the importance of maximizing after-tax income for models, athletes and entertainers during their short-lived careers, it actually underestimates the problem by not taking into account the time value of money.
The 2005 period includes after-tax income of $147,000 from a reversal of a judgment on sales taxes assessed.
While a donor to a charitable remainder annuity trust (CRAT) or a charitable remainder unitrust (CRUT) and the charitable remainder beneficiary appear to have conflicting vested interests in the trust (high after-tax income versus a high remainder value), the optimal investment strategy for both the income beneficiary (the donor) and the remainder beneficiary (the charitable organization) is one that emphasizes asset growth.
Families also continue to receive full Medicaid benefits and day-care coverage for four years, services that would cost ordinary workers $600 or more a month in after-tax income, he said.
Since the income generated by these assets is taxed at the lower corporate tax rate, more after-tax income could be reinvested into the company.