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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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However, the CE has not yet implemented a method for estimating or imputing aftertax income. Considering the issues related to the quality of reported tax information in the CE, this study explores the possibility of calculating household tax liability using other highly reliable information from the survey.
If there's no insurance, the funding will come from the aftertax income of the remaining owners.
It might even be easier this time, since the very idea of tax expenditures was (and still is) controversial, whereas nobody doubts the existence or importance of aftertax income.
Excluding unusual items in both years and goodwill amortization in 2001, adjusted aftertax income from continuing operations grew 9.7% to $643 million from $586 million.
Excluding special items, the company achieved third quarter 1998 aftertax income of $20.9 million, a 19.9 percent increase from net income of $17.4 million in the third quarter of 1997.
"You check a box on your income tax form, and if you meet the criteria you qualify as one." Of course, REITs pay no taxes, so their pretax income is equal to their aftertax income. They're required to pay at least 95 percent of their earnings each year to shareholders as dividends.
Now that the total current aftertax income companies have been able to earn as a percent of current-cost capital in use has been calculated, an assessment of the latest readings on the return on capital for nonfinancial corporations is in order.