Traducción de pretax en Español:


bruto, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌpriˈtæks//priːˈtaks/


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    (profit/income) bruto
    (income/profit) antes de impuestos
    • The firm said it made a pre-tax profit of £300,000 for the July to September quarter.
    • Operating profit, pre-tax income and net income were all up on 1999 figures.
    • The group says it expects to report pre-tax profit for the year ending in March to be at the top of forecasts.
    • The profit shareout is based on 15 per cent of the company's pre-tax profit for 2000.
    • The good news was that the company reported a pre-tax profit for the quarter to the end of September.
    • The company took on staff in 2001 and saw an increase in its turnover and pre-tax profit.
    • Congress needs to enact policies that boost pre-tax wages and after-tax incomes.
    • Annual pre-tax profit is expected to be around £180m compared to £159m last year.
    • The global banking giant this morning reported pre-tax profits of £6.7b after goodwill amortisation.
    • This has risen each year to a turnover of £330m and a pre-tax profit of £9.88m for last year.
    • It allocates half of its pre-tax profits to dividends.
    • The self-employed personal contributions are not tax deductible, so one is paying it from pre-tax income.
    • Overall, the group is expected to post pre-tax profits of £65m against £75m last time.
    • As such, a pre-tax profit of £100m has been pencilled in by brokers.
    • It is expecting pre-tax profits to come in at £31.9m on Friday, down from £39.6m last time.
    • In the interim years pre-tax profits were around the €200 million level.
    • Therefore, turnover has gone up 480 fold and pre-tax profit is 500 times larger.
    • The group is tipped to turn in pre-tax profits of £58.5m on Thursday against £42.3m last year.
    • Lloyds reported a pre-tax profit of £1.6bn in the first half last year.
    • Brokers have pencilled in pre-tax profits of £618m, up from £615m the previous year.