Net revenue is typically not after tax, but rather before tax. Net revenue refers to the total revenue that remains after all deductions and expenses have been subtracted from the gross revenue, but before any taxes have been taken into account.
Taxes are typically one of the expenses that are deducted from gross revenue to arrive at net revenue. Therefore, after taxes are deducted, the resulting amount is usually referred to as net income or net profit, rather than net revenue.
It’s important to note that in some industries or countries, revenue may be reported net of certain taxes, such as value-added tax (VAT). In these cases, the net revenue would be calculated after subtracting the tax from the gross revenue. However, this is not the case for all taxes, and typically net revenue is calculated before any taxes are taken into account.