pretax
adjective

before tax has been deducted or paid

"...the company's goals are a growth in sales of up to 40 per cent, a rise in pre-tax earnings of nearly 35 per cent and a rise in after-tax earnings of more than 25 per cent" [Citizen (Ottawa)]

"EC regulations which came into effect in July insist that customers can buy cars anywhere in the EC at the local pre-tax price" [Financial Times]

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