profit

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profit

the amount by which income exceeds expenditure.

profit sharing
profit sharing between a professional and a lay person is illegal in most countries because it is considered to be improper for a nonveterinarian to have any authority over the quality and style of the work of a professional person.
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4 billion for the same period last year with an after-tax profit of Rs7.
This was in comparison with after-tax profit of SEK7,107m, or SEK42.
He added that Bank's after-tax profit for the nine months period increased by 11 percent to Rs.
The post BOC posts e1/456m in H1 after-tax profits appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
Skoda board member, Winfried Krause, said, 'Skoda will pay out more than EUR200m in dividends, that means more than 50 percent of after-tax profit.
The fall in profit is as a result of a 26% decrease in after-tax profit in the group's Property and Mortgage division.
The company, which is majority owned by Japan's Daiichi Sankyo Co Ltd (TYO: 4568), said that, excluding foreign exchange effects and exceptional items, after-tax profit leaped to USD100m from USD2m in the second quarter of 2009.
The bank estimated it will have to pay HUF 36bn of the tax; however, as the tax is deductible from the corporate tax base, the total negative impact on group-level after-tax profit is expected to be about HUF 29bn.
The firm made an after-tax profit of EUR135,000 last year and increased its cash reserves from EUR5,000 to EUR112,000.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) on Friday reported a 33% rise in the group's after-tax profit for its financial year ending March 2001, but the company suffered some knocks from global economic turbulence.
2 percent of revenue - a hefty chunk of most companies' after-tax profit margins - according to a new benchmark study piloted by Financial Executives Institute and The Hackett Group.
Typically, the budget is prepared by first deciding what after-tax profit is necessary for the operation, starting with gross profit, less general and administrative expenses, capital improvements, interest and taxes.