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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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I find that the modest proposal of increasing the cap to $150,000 reduces the average after-tax income of the top 10 percent by 0.23 percent, while generating $26.7 billion in revenues (10).
Caption: BUDGET CUTS TO CLOSE THE DEFICIT CAUSED BY THE TAX ACT WOULD LEAVE MOST PEOPLE WORSE OFF Percent Change in After-Tax Income, 2018,2025,2027
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will provide many people with higher after-tax incomes, which is expected to put upward pressure on home prices and mortgage rates.
Looked at another way, the top 1% would pay an average $37,000 less in taxes in 2018 (equivalent to an average 2.5% increase in after-tax income) and almost $53,000 less in taxes in 2027, equivalent to a 2.2% jump in after-tax income.
Bivariate models were run for each household characteristic, and multivariable models, including the household material circumstances with either after-tax income or after-rent income or total expenditure, were conducted.
Net after-tax income year to date, has now reached USD1,022,000, a 27% increase over the same period for 2015.
Some 47.8 million tax filers, or the bottom 20 percent of taxpayers, would receive an average tax cut of $46, or 0.4 percent of after-tax income. Some taxpayers in that bracket would eventually see their after-tax income decline by 0.6 percent, due to the effect of the VAT, the analysis found.
Income grew 0.3 percent in January as wages and salaries increased a strong $42.4 billion and excluding inflation, after-tax incomes shot up 0.9 percent, the best showing in two years.
After-tax income rose only 0.6 percent in the first quarter compared with a year earlier, the smallest pay increase in two years.
A report by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service shows that, between 1996 and 2006, the share of total after-tax income attributable to dividends and capital gains grew by 40 percent, faster than any other category.
Meanwhile, the top 1% in income is getting over 17% of all after-tax income. According to a study from the University of California at Berkeley, that's the highest proportion of total national income in the pockets of the top 1% since 1928.
Its net after-tax income for June totaled US$147 million, with first-half income totaling US$782 million, up 19.3% and 12.5% from that of last year, respectively.
Although payments received during retirement will be taxable, after-tax income will usually far exceed that available with investments that are not tax-favored.
Fiscal 2008 earnings include $3.3 million in after-tax income from favorable state income tax audits, partially offset by a $500,000 increase in the reserve for club closings.
First Community Bank Corporation of America (NASDAQ: FCFL) has reported that its after-tax income for the quarter ended June 30 dropped to USD158,000, or USD0.04 a share, compared to USD760,000, or USD0.19 a share for the same period in 2007.