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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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.
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.
4 billion and excluding inflation, after-tax incomes shot up 0.
Our alternative poverty measures are based on different measures of resources, including after-tax income, after-tax income plus noncash benefits, and consumption.
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.
The top 1% of households received cuts averaging $41,077, which increased their after-tax income an average of 5%.
In June, Taiwan Mobile's consolidated revenue totaled US$179 million, net after-tax income of US$31 million, or NT$0.
3 million in after-tax income from favorable state income tax audits in the most recent quarter, adjusted earnings moved up 2.
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.
Users can enter their after-tax income and "calculate" how much they would need to earn in another city to maintain their current standard of living.