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Synonyms for profit

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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Given that the three graphs had similar slopes, only the graph with after-tax income is presented, as it is the most policy-relevant measure of household economic resources (other graphs available upon request).
From 1960 to 1972, for example, after-tax income poverty fell by 16.
Throughout the first six months, the company's consolidated revenue totaled US$1 billion, and net after-tax income totaling US$218 million.
For the six months ended June 30, after-tax income was USD707,000, or USD0.
It ranked third in India's private corporations in terms of after-tax income for the term ending in March 2006.
Thus, earning business income in a corporation and then paying out the after-tax income as a dividend to the shareholders resulted in more tax than if the income was earned by an individual directly.
they would be contributed from after-tax income but later, "qualifying distributions" of the contributions plus earnings would be completely tax-free).
At another firm, as earnings forecasts changed, the tax department would routinely order massive exchanges between taxable and tax-exempt bonds in an attempt to optimize after-tax income.
After adjusting for inflation, the after-tax income of the 1 percent of households with the highest incomes shot up in 2003 by an average of nearly $49,000 per household, while the average after-tax incomes of the bottom 75 percent of households fell.
households received an average income-tax cut of approximately $40,990 in 2004, boosting their after-tax income by 5.
And estate agents Sherry FitzGerald said Dubliners spent 40 per cent of their after-tax income on debt repayment compared to 32 per cent elsewhere.
The report indicates that the poorest ten per cent of families paid more taxes and received fewer income supports during that period, with their net loss being 12 per cent on average in after-tax income.
The average after-tax income of the poorest fifth of households rose 9 percent, or $1,100, over the 21-year period, reaching $13,700 in 2000.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-14 May 2003-Norwegian average after-tax income per household NOK307,200 in 2001(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.