profit before tax

profit before tax
profit before tax ˌprofit before ˈtax abbreviation PBT noun [countable, uncountable] ACCOUNTING TAX
a company's profit before tax has been taken away:

• The company reported a half-year profit before tax of £72m.

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profit before tax UK US noun [C or U] (ABBREVIATION PBT)
ACCOUNTING the profit that a company makes before tax has been paid: »

Turnover was down 22% and profit before tax fell 9% to £93.5m.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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