aftertax

[af-ter-taks, ahf-]
adjective
remaining after applicable taxes have been deducted: a sharp decrease in her aftertax income.

Origin:
1950–55; adj. use of prepositional phrase after tax(es)

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By raising aftertax wealth, the lower tax may induce some people to give more to charity.
In other words, the aftertax return to saving would be the same as the before-tax return.
In other words, employees' contributions come from aftertax dollars.
At that point, the large tax cut was designed to increase the aftertax reward to work effort, thus increasing the supply of labor.
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