Definition of pre-tax in English:

pre-tax

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adjective

  • (Of income or profits) considered or calculated before the deduction of taxes: pre-tax profits rose 23 per cent
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    • Operating profit, pre-tax income and net income were all up on 1999 figures.
    • Congress needs to enact policies that boost pre-tax wages and after-tax incomes.
    • The company took on staff in 2001 and saw an increase in its turnover and pre-tax profit.

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