Net income before taxes

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Active business income
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Annualized net present value anpv approach
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Change in net working capital
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Economic income
Firm's net value of debt
Fixed income equivalent
Fixed income instruments
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Income beneficiary
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Life income with refund annuity
Monthly income preferred security
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Net advantage of refunding
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