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after-tax

adjective ( also after tax)
 
 
FINANCE
used to describe an amount of money that is left after tax has been taken away: after-tax profits/loss/charge A company spokeswoman said after-tax profits were up by 33% last year.after-tax income/earnings What is your monthly after-tax income if you make a hundred and fifty thousand a year?
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