Pre-tax Income

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Pre-tax Income. Income, as determined by GAAP, prior to deduction of the Bonus Pool (as hereinafter defined) and income taxes, and if applicable, after the deduction of any bonus pool of a future officer bonus plan adopted by the Company relating to an applicable Award Year and adjustments approved by the Board as described herein
Pre-tax Income. Income, as determined by GAAP, prior to deduction of the Bonus Pool (as hereinafter defined) and income taxes, and if applicable, after the deduction of the $170,000 bonus pool awarded under the 2012 Officer Bonus Plan (or any bonus pool of a future officer bonus plan adopted by the Company relating to an applicable Award Year Year) and adjustments approved by the Board as described herein
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Pre-tax Income. Income before income taxes, or such other comparable caption, as reported in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for the Fiscal Year. Should such reported amount not reflect amounts related to all Performance Awards payable for the Fiscal Year, the reported amount will be adjusted by the Compensation Committee so as to reflect as compensation expense the total of all such Performance Awards. By way of example and in order to avoid confusion, Pre-tax Income for purposes of this Performance... Award shall reflect as compensation expense amounts due pursuant to this and all similar Performance Awards granted by the Company to other participants, whether or not such amounts have been accrued in the financial statements included in Form 10-K for the Fiscal Year. View More
Pre-tax Income. Income, as determined by GAAP, prior to deduction of the Bonus Pool (as hereinafter defined) and the bonus pool under the 2012 Employee Bonus Plan, and income taxes, after adjustments approved by the Board as described herein
Pre-tax Income. Income, as determined by GAAP, prior to the payment of any bonus amount paid to employees or directors and payment of income tax
Pre-tax Income. With respect to each fiscal year, the aggregate consolidated net income adjusted to exclude reported income taxes of the Company for such fiscal year as shown on the Company's consolidated financial statements for such fiscal year, but calculated excluding any special, unusual or non-recurring items as determined by the Committee in accordance with applicable accounting rules
Pre-tax Income. Means, with respect to the Company and each company in the Industry Group and each Performance Period, the aggregate consolidated net income adjusted to exclude reported income taxes of the Company or such company for such Performance Period. Pre-tax Income shall be determined based on the regularly prepared and publicly available statements of operations of the Company and each company in the Industry Group prepared in accordance with applicable accounting rules; provided, however, that... Pre-tax Income shall be adjusted to exclude (i) write-offs of assets (including aircraft and associated parts), (ii) one-time gains or losses from the disposal of assets, and (iii) any other item of gain, income, loss, or expense determined to be special, extraordinary or unusual in nature or infrequent in occurrence, in each case under clauses (i), (ii) and (iii) as determined by the Committee in accordance with applicable accounting rules. If the fiscal year of a company in the Industry Group is not the calendar year, then such company's Pre-tax Income for a Performance Period shall be determined based upon the fiscal quarters of such company that coincide with the fiscal quarters in such Performance Period. View More
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