The profits that are retained in an organisation rather than distributed to shareholders. These can be used to fund new strategies.
Retained profits are those profits earned by a business which have not yet been spent.
The proportion of profits after tax that is not distributed as dividends but is reinvested in the company.
Profits a company keeps for its operations, after paying taxes and dividends.
Profit income earned that is not paid out to stockholders.
Retained profits are those profits that have not been paid out as dividends to shareholders, but retained for future investment by the company.
Withheld dividend payments to shareholders.
The profits left in the business each year, if any, after all charges have been paid and dividends declared. This number is added, or subtracted if it is a loss, to shareholders' funds at the end of the year.