pretax

[pree-taks]
adjective, adverb
prior to the payment of taxes: pretax income; bonds earning 12 percent pretax.

Origin:
1940–45; pre- + tax

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Comprehensive household income equals pretax cash income plus income from other sources.
Another metric could be the calculation of the ratio of pretax net income to gross revenues.
The income measure used includes pretax cash income plus income from other sources.
Contributions are made pretax through payroll deductions and investment earnings grow tax-deferred.
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