income

listen to the pronunciation of income
Englisch - Türkisch
kazanç

Tom ve Meryem her yıl kazançlarının yarısından fazlasını biriktirir. - Tom and Mary save over half of their income each year.

gelir

Gelirin, benimkinin yaklaşık iki katı kadar büyük. - Your income is about twice as large as mine is.

Onun büyük geliri onun her yıl Paris'e gitmesini sağlıyor. - Her large income enables her to go to Paris every year.

(Ticaret) kar

Hükümet, çok yüksek gelirlere özel bir vergi uygulamaya karar verdi. - The government decided to impose a special tax on very high incomes.

(Ticaret) akar
gayri safi gelirincome net gelir
{i} bütçe
biyo
safi gelir
gross income brüt gelir
(Tıp) Vücuda giren gıda
(Ticaret) gelirler

Ve iyi haber şu ki ekonomi tekrar büyüyor. Maaşlar, gelirler, ev fiyatları ve emeklilik hesapları yeniden artıyor. Yoksulluk yine düşüyor. - And the good news is that today the economy is growing again. Wages, incomes, home values and retirement accounts are all rising again. Poverty is falling again.

Hükümet, çok yüksek gelirlere özel bir vergi uygulamaya karar verdi. - The government decided to impose a special tax on very high incomes.

rant
gelirli

Ben sabit gelirliyim. - I'm on a fixed income.

ABD silahlı cinayet oranı diğer yoğun nüfuslu, yüksek gelirli ülkelere göre 15 kat daha yüksektir. - The U.S. gun homicide rate is 15 times higher than other populous, high income countries.

income accounts
(Ticaret) gelir hesapları
income accruals
(Ticaret) gelir tahakkukları
income approach
(Ticaret) kar yaklaşımı
income for life
yaşam boyu gelir
income poverty
(Ticaret) gelir yoksulluğu
income tax
kazanç vergisi
income taxes
(Ticaret) gelir vergileri
income account
gelir hesabı
income and expenditure account
gelir gider hesabı
income bond
gelir tahvili
income bond
gelir senedi
income bracket
gelir türkümü
income bracket
ek gelir
income distribution
gelir dağılımı
income effect
gelir etkisi
income group
gelir türkümü
income in kind
ayni gelir
income of exercise
dönem kârı
income profit
gelir kârı
income statement
gelir kestesi
income tax
gelir vergisi

Gelir vergisi oranı maaş artışı ile orantılı olarak artar. - The income tax rate increases in proportion to the salary increase.

Tom, gelir vergisi ödediğini söyledi. - Tom said he paid income taxes.

income tax bracket
ek gelir vergisi
income account
Gelir hesabı, gelirler hesabı
income approach
Gelir yaklaşımı
income bond
gelir bond
income expert
gelir uzmanı
income group
gelir grubu
income interruption
gelir kesintisi
income opportunity
gelir kapısı
income per capita
Kişi başına düşen milli gelir
income statement
Gelir hesabı, gelirler hesabı
income stream
gelir akışı
income summary
gelir özeti
income support
gelir yardımı

Birleşik Krallıkta düşük gelirlilere devlet tarafından düzenli olarak verilen maddi yardım.

income to
gelir
income-related
gelir ile bağlantılı
income classes
(Ticaret) gelir sınıflan
income data
(Bilgisayar) gelir verileri
income earned
(Ticaret) gerçekleşmiş gelir
income funds
(Ticaret) gelir ağırlıklı fonlar
income funds
(Sigorta,Ticaret) gelir amaçlı fonlar
income gap
(Ticaret) gelir uçurumu
income in kind
aynı gelir
income policy
gelirler politikası
income profit
(Ticaret) gelir karı
income rate
(Ticaret) gelir oranı
income return
gelir beyannamesi
income share
gelir payı
income sharing
(Ticaret) gelir paylaşımlı
income sharing
gelir bölüşüm
income sheet
(Ticaret) gelir cetveli
income sheet
(Ticaret) gelir vaziyeti
income sources
(Ticaret) gelir kaynaklan
income state
gelir durumu
income statue
gelir durumu
income stocks
(Ticaret) gelir hisse senetleri
income support
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) gelir desteği
income surplus
(Ticaret) gelir fazlası
income tax act
(Ticaret) gelir vergisi kanunu stopajı
income tax return
gelir vergisi beyannamesi
incidental income
(Ticaret) arızi gelir
investment income
(Ticaret) yatırım geliri
individual income tax
(Ticaret) kişisel gelir vergisi
accrued income
(Ticaret) gelir tahakkukları
corporate income tax
(Ticaret) kurumlar vergisi
deferred income
(Ticaret) ertelenmiş gelir
dividend income
(Ticaret) alınan kar payları
domestic income
(Ticaret) yurtiçi gelir
extraordinary income
(Ticaret) olağanüstü gelirler
gross income
(Ticaret) brüt kar
household income
(Ticaret) hanehalkı geliri
low income group
alt gelir grubu
middle income
orta gelirli
minimum income
(Ticaret) asgari gelir
monthly income
aylık gelir
monthly income
aylık kazanç
national income
gayri safi milli hasıla
net income
(Ticaret) net hasılat
net interest income
(Ticaret) net faiz geliri
ordinary income
(Ticaret) olağan gelir
other income
(Bilgisayar,Ticaret) diğer gelirler
personel income
(Ticaret) kişisel gelir
prior period income
(Ticaret) önceki dönem gelir ve karı
prior year income
(Ticaret) önceki yıla ait gelir
source of income
(Ticaret) geçim kaynağı
sources of income
gelir kaynakları
taxable income
(Ticaret) vergi matrahı
yield income
irat getirmek
aggregate income
toplam gelir
annual income tax return
yıllık gelir beyannamesi
bunched income
götürü gelir
bunched income
toplu gelir
business income
ticari gelir
corporation income tax
kurumlar vergisi
current income
cari gelir
decline in income
gelirde azalma
disposable income
harcanabilir gelir
distributable income
dağıtılabilir gelir
domestic income
milli gelir
dual income family
çift gelirli kodak
earned income
kazanç geliri
estate income
mülk geliri
estimate of income
gelir tahmini
fixed income
sabit gelir

Ben sabit gelirliyim. - I'm on a fixed income.

fixed income
değişmez gelir
foreign-source income
dış kaynaklı gelir
government income
hükumet geliri
gross income
brüt gelir

Geçen yıl Tom'un brüt geliri otuz bin doların üzerindeydi. - Tom's gross income last year was over thirty thousand dollars.

level of income
gelir düzeyi
life income
yaşam boyu gelir
margin of income
gelir sınırı
money income
parasal gelir
national income
milli gelir
net income
net gelir
operating income
işletme geliri
per capita income
kişi başına gelir
permanent income
sürekli gelir
personal income
şahsi gelir
real income
reel gelir
real income
gerçek gelir
real national income
reel milli gelir
repayment of income tax
vergi iadesi
surplus income
gelir fazlası
tax income
vergi geliri
tax-free income
vergi dışı gelir
taxable income
vergiye tabi gelir
transitory income
arızi gelir
unearned income
yatırım geliri
unearned income
kazanılmamış gelir
annual income
yıllık gelir, yıllık kazanç
capital income
sermaye gelir
daily income report
günlük gelir raporu
dual income
İki kişilik gelir
earned income tax credit
Kazanılan gelir vergisi kredi
expenses and income
gider ve gelir
full income
tam gelir
income statement
gelir tablosu
main sources of income
ana gelir kaynakları
middle-income
orta gelirli
natinal income
milli gelir
net operating income
net faaliyet geliri
residual income
net geliri
single day's earnings or income
tek günlük kazanç veya gelir
transfer income
transfer geliri
income statement
(Kanun) gelir beyanı
Englisch - Englisch
(or uncountable) Money one earns by working or capitalising off other people's work

In 1970 the richest 1 percent made 9 percent of the nation’s income; now that top slice makes closer to 25 percent. — Evan Thomas, , Newsweek 2010-12-04.

That gain which proceeds from labor, business, property, or capital of any kind, as the produce of a farm, the rent of houses, the proceeds of professional business, the profits of commerce or of occupation, or the interest of money or stock in funds, etc
Money earned through employment and investments
That which is taken into the body as food; the ingesta; sometimes restricted to the nutritive, or digestible, portion of the food
In accounting terms, this refers to all revenues received by a company, both as a result of its sales and other sources such as interest, dividends or rent
A coming in; entrance; admittance; ingress; infusion
Interest and dividends earned on securities held by a mutual fund and paid out to shareholders Reinvested income significantly add to returns, through compounding Taxes are payable on dividend income including those that are reinvested
regular payments from an investment derived from interest on cash or bonds, dividends on shares, or rent from investment properties
revenue; receipts; salary; especially, the annual receipts of a private person, or a corporation, from property; as, a large income
A monetary gain from an investment, generally referring to periodic interest payments from a bond or bond mutual fund, or dividend-paying stocks Income fund A type of mutual fund designed to provide current income, either on a monthly or quarterly basis Share prices of income funds are not fixed; they tend to fall when interest rates are rising and to increase when interest rates are falling These funds invest in corporate, government, or municipal bonds, as well as pools of mortgage-backed securities (such as Government National Mortgage Association (Ginnie Maes)) and occasionally, high-yielding stocks Issuer The legal entity that has the power to issue and distribute a stock, bond, or other security Issuers can include corporations, governments, and investment trusts Issuers of stock report on developments of interest to shareholders and pay dividends, while issuers of bonds are responsible for making timely payments of interest and principal
A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out. Many families on low incomes will be unable to afford to buy their own home. the money that you earn from your work or that you receive from investments, the government etc. corporate income tax disposable income income statement income tax national income accounting
{i} amount of money received in payment for goods or services or from other sources; revenue, profits
For corporations, same as earnings For individuals, money earned through employment and investments
Any form of periodic payment to a person, regardless of source, including wages, salaries, commissions, bonuses, workers' compensation, disability, pension or retirement program payments, and interest
The return from an investment on a sustainable basis
Dividends, interest and/or short-term capital gains paid to a mutual fund's shareholders Income is earned on a fund's investment portfolio after deducting operating expenses
As defined by the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996, income is any periodic form of payment to an individual, regardless of source (wages, salaries, commissions, bonuses, workers' compensation, disability, pension or retirement program payments, interest, etc ) All income is subject to withholding for child support provided it does not exceed the state or federal Consumer Credit Protection Act limits
That which comes in as the periodical produce of one's work, business, lands, or investments, commonly expressed in terms of money (OED) Many households, particularly in the non-industrialized world, have multiple sources of diverse incomes, including firewood gathered from common lands, food grown in a kitchen garden, and work payments in money and goods This may make estimation of income as a sum of money misleading
In this Faculty Practice Plan Agreement, all professional income will go to the FPP In turn, each FPP participant can receive a base salary and related fringe benefits, both of which may be partially derived from practice-related sources, University funds and sponsored program funds Each FPP participant will also receive supplemental salary where net individual earnings (sum of Type I, II and III incomes plus funding from University sources minus applicable assessments and deductions as described elsewhere in this document) exceed that required for base salary Except as provided in Section A: Chapter II: C 4, all money derived from professional activities of an individual faculty member shall be included and credited to that faculty member This shall be used as one factor to make up his/her base salary and/or supplemental salary All professional income shall be classified into one of three types (Type I, II or III income) depending on its source
As defined by the Census Bureau income is wage or salary income; self-employment income; interest, dividend, or net rental income; Social Security income; public assistance income; all other income, which includes unemployment compensation, veterans' payment, pensions, alimony, etc
the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
For a corporation it is the same as earnings, for an individual, money earned through employment and investments
Interest and dividends earned on securities held by a mutual fund and paid out to fund shareholders in the form of income dividends
For each person in the sample who is 15 years old and over, questions are asked on the amount of money income received in the preceding calendar year from each of the following sources: (1) money wages or salary; (2) net income from nonfarm self-employment; (3) net income from farm self-employment; (4) Social Security or railroad retirement; (5) Supplemental Security Income; (6) public assistance or welfare payments; (7) interest (on savings or bonds); (8) dividends, income from estates or trusts, or net rental income; (9) veterans' payment or unemployment and workmen's compensation; (10) private pensions or government employee pensions; (11) alimony or child support, regular contributions from persons not living in the household, and other periodic income
regular payments from an investment derived from interest on cash or bonds, dividends on shares, or rent from properties
Money that the organization has received from contributions, grants, the performance of services, etc GuideStar takes this figure from line 12 of IRS Form 990 or from the GuideStar Financial Statement completed by the organization These are net figures from which rental expenses, costs, sales expenses, direct expenses, and costs of good sold (lines 6b, 8b, 9b, and 10b on Form 990) have been deducted If GuideStar currently has neither Form 990 information nor a GuideStar Financial Statement for the organization, the figure is taken from the IRS Business Master File Income listed on the Business Master File is a gross figure that includes the expenses listed above
The word "income," in its broad sense, is the gain derived from capital, labor, or a combination of the two It is distinguishable from the capital itself Ordinarily, for income tax purposes, the word "income" is not used alone Rather it is used within such descriptive terms as gross income, taxable income, and adjusted gross income, all of which are defined elsewhere in this glossary
The money derived from an investment, through interest or dividends
Dividends, interest, and/or short-term capital gains paid to a mutual fund's shareholders Income is earned on a fund's investment portfolio after deducting operating expenses
Opposed to output
Money one earns by working or capitalising off other peoples work
That which is caused to enter; inspiration; influence; hence, courage or zeal imparted
The amount of money received from employment (salary, wages, tips), profit from financial instruments (interest, dividends, capital gains), or other sources (child support, Social Security, pensions, disability)
1) Payments of dividends, interest, and/or short term capital gains earned by securities held by a fund Income dividends are paid after deducting operating expenses 2) An investment objective of many fixed income funds Capital appreciation is not a consideration for these funds
Money that is derived from assets held and earnings (such as rent and interest) but not "purchase money" (land converted into money)
is money received by a person or organization because of effort (work), or from return on investments
income statement
A calculation which shows the profit or loss of an accounting unit (company, municipality, foundation etc.) during a specific period of time, providing a summary of how the profit or loss is calculated from gross revenue and expenses
income tax
A tax levied on earned and unearned income, net of allowed deductions
income tax return
An official document that income tax payers are required to complete to state income amounts, deductions, contributions and related financial information for tax purposes
income tax returns
plural form of income tax return
income taxes
plural form of income tax
income account
A financial statement of a business showing the details of revenues, costs, expenses, losses, and profits for a given period ― called also income statement
income approach
The Income Approach is one of three major groups of methodologies, called valuation approaches, used by appraisers. It is particularly common in commercial real estate appraisal and in business appraisal. The fundamental math is similar to the methods used for financial valuation, securities analysis, or bond pricing. However, there are some significant and important modifications when used in real estate or business valuation
income statement
An Income Statement, also called a Profit and Loss Statement (P&L), is a financial statement for companies that indicates how Revenue (money received from the sale of products and services before expenses are taken out, also known as the "top line") is transformed into net income (the result after all revenues and expenses have been accounted for, also known as the "bottom line"). The purpose of the income statement is to show managers and investors whether the company made or lost money during the period being reported
income statement
A financial statement of a business showing the details of revenues, costs, expenses, losses, and profits for a given period ― called also income account
income bond
A long-term debt security in which the issuer is required to pay interest only when interest is earned
income bracket
a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income
income distribution
division of income that divides households into categories according the amount of income
income earner
breadwinner, one who earns money by working
income elasticity
elasticity of demand with respect to income, measure of how responsive the level of demand is to a change in income (Finance)
income flow expectancy
forecast for cash flow, expectation for income
income fund
An investment company whose main objective is to achieve current income for its owners
income generating asset
property that is financially worthwhile because it produces earnings
income property
Real estate that produces current income, typically from rental payments
income property
property investment made with the intent of earning profit
income statement
The financial statement that summarizes the revenues generated and expenses incurred by an entity during a period of time
income statement
A report on a company's financial status describing revenues and expenses over a specific period of time
income statement
a financial document that shows how much money (revenues) came in and how much money (expenses) was paid out Subtracting the expenses from the revenue gives the net profit
income statement
Financial statement that shows operating results for a given time period; sometimes called a profit-and-loss statement
income statement
The portion of a financial statement that shows the cumulative income and expenses of a company of a specific period, e g , one month, six months, one year
income statement
A financial statement that summarizes the revenues and expenses for a particular accounting period The difference between these two items is the net income or the net loss This statement is also known as the Profit and Loss Statement (P&L)
income statement
a financial statement showing the sales for a particular period less the cost of goods sold and the resultant profit
income statement
A financial statement that exhibits a company's revenues and expenses (or profit/loss position) over a specified period
income statement
measure of how well a business buys and sells its inventory/services to make a profit for a given period of time
income statement
Also known as the profit & loss statement or P&L, enables you to calculate your company's pretax profits by subtracting total expenses from total revenues
income statement
A financial statement that shows the amount of income earned by a business over a specific accounting period All costs (expenses) are subtracted from the gross revenues (sales) to determine net income, which outlines the profit-and-loss financial statement (P & L)
income statement
A financial statement that reports a company's business operations (i e , sales, expenditures and net profit) for a given period, usually one year Also called consolidated statement of income
income statement
Summary of the effect of REVENUES and expenses over a period of time
income statement
official report of a company's or individual's income over a specific period of time
income statement
In accounting, the activity-oriented financial statement issued by businesses. Covering a specified time, such as three months or one year, the income statement is a summary of revenues and expenses. It also lists gains and losses from other transactions, such as the sale of assets or the repayment of debt. Standard accounting rules govern the procedures for recording each item
income statement
The financial history book, showing all Revenues, Direct Costs (Variable) and Indirect Costs (Fixed) incurred for the fiscal period (month, quarter, year)
income statement
A statement showing the revenues, expenses, and income (the difference between revenues and expenses) of a corporation over some period of time
income statement
(Ticaret) A basic financial statement that details sales revenue, cost of goods sold and selling/administrative expenses, income before and after taxes and the gain or loss from unusual events or discontinued operations. It usually represents activity for a quarterly or yearly basis, and is compared to the same previous from the previous year
income statement
a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific period
income statement
Summary of the effect of REVENUES and expenses over a period of time See also: Financial Statements Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
income statement
A company's financial statement summarizing revenues and expenses in a specific period, also known as a profit and loss statement
income statement
The financial statement that summarizes an MCO's revenue and expense activity during a specified period
income statement
One of the four basic financial statements, the Income Statement presents the results of operations of a business over a specified period of time, and is composed of Revenues, Expenses, and Net Income
income statement
A summary of a business's revenue and expenses for a specific period of time, such as a month or a year Other terms used to describe the income statement are earnings statement, operating statement, statement of operations, and profit and loss statement
income statement
An accounting of sales, expenses, and net profit for a given period
income statement
Summarizes a company's revenues and expenses for a fiscal year It is one of four financial statements presented in the annual report, reflecting a company's operating performance by identifying the sources of income and the various costs and expenses, gains and losses, which result in a final net income figure
income statement
Summary of the revenue (receipts or income) and expenses (costs) of a business over a period of time to determine its profit position The income statement is also referred to as a profit and loss statement, earnings statement or an operating statement
income statement
A financial statement that reports the results of a company's business operations (revenue and expenses) for a set period, usually one year Also called an earnings report, statement of earnings, statement of operations, and statement of profit and loss
income statement
The financial statement that summarizes the revenues generated and the expenses incurred by an entity during a period of time
income stream
the fixed rate of interest or coupon paid to the owner of an interest rate security
income stream
the coupon payable
income stream
a regular flow of money generated by a business or investment
income stream
A future payment or series of payments, or a debt that one party owes to another party Also known as a debt instrument or cash flow instrument
income stream
A strategy of arranging bonds so that they produce a consistent series of payments
income support
In Britain, income support is money that the government gives regularly to people with no income or very low incomes. money that is given by the government in Britain to people who have no income or a very low income
income support
assurance of income, assurance of minimum wage for a worker
income tax
a personal tax levied on annual income
income tax
Annual tax levied by the federal government, most states, and some local governments on individual’s income or corporation’s net profit
income tax
Taxes levied on net income, that is, on gross income less certain deductions permitted by law These taxes can be levied on individuals or on corporations or unincorporated businesses where the income is taxed distinctly from individual income
income tax
The federal government's annual tax which assessed to individuals as personal income tax and on the earnings of corporations as corporate income tax
income tax
A tax on income; personal income tax is a tax on the income of individuals, and company tax is a tax on the income of incorporated enterprises
income tax
Tax on a person's income and profits
income tax
The annual tax on income that is levied by the federal government and by certain state and local governments
income tax
annual government tax levied on the net income of a person or business
income tax
The main source of revenue for the federal government and many states The tax is based on your earned and unearned income You are allowed certain deductions, allowances and credits to reduce your tax, based on laws made by Congress
income tax
This is tax you pay on the income you earn each year above a certain amount As well as your salary, income tax is also charged on interest and dividends you receive The amount of tax you pay depends on the amount of money you earn and on your allowances
income tax
A payment to federal, state, and local governments based on individual or company earnings
income tax
A tax on the income you receive For 1999/2000, there are five different rates of income tax (10%, 20%, 23%, 32 5% and 40%) based on how much income you earn and from what source
income tax
Income tax is a certain percentage of your income that you have to pay regularly to the government. A tax levied on net personal or business income. tax paid on the money that you earn. Levy imposed by public authority on the incomes of persons or corporations within its jurisdiction. In nations with an advanced system of private enterprise, income taxes represent the chief source of government revenue. Income tax levied on individuals or family units is known as personal income tax. In 1799 Britain enacted a general income tax to finance the Napoleonic Wars. In the U.S. an income tax was first tried during the Civil War; the Supreme Court held it to be constitutional in 1881 but declared another income tax unconstitutional in 1894. In 1913 the 16th Amendment to the Constitution made the personal income tax permanent. The fairness of personal income taxation is based on the premise that one's income is the best single index of one's ability to contribute to the support of the government; most personal income taxes are conceived on the theory that when people's financial circumstances differ, their tax liabilities should also differ. Thus U.S. income taxes are progressive taxes, falling more heavily on those who earn more money, and individual income tax deductions are allowed for items such as interest paid on home mortgage debt, unusual medical expenses, philanthropic contributions, and state and local income and property taxes. Enforcement has been facilitated by withholding the tax from wages and salaries. See also capital gains tax; capital levy; corporate income tax; regressive tax; sales tax; value-added tax
income tax
A tax levied on the incomes of individuals and/or corporations; may be applied to gross (total) income or net income (gross income less deductions for certain expenses); also adjusted gross income
income tax
A state or federal government's levy on individuals as personal income tax and on the earnings of corporations as corporate income tax
income tax
A tax that is levied on income that a person or business earns
income tax
This a percentage of your earnings that is taken by the government to pay for national services The amount depends on how much you earn and is graded by earning bands
income tax
is the amount of income paid to the Commonwealth Government which is used to meet its expenses
income tax
Money paid to the government based on the taxable income of an entity Governmental tax accounting rules differ, sometimes significantly, from GAAP so an entity's net income for financial reporting may be very different than its taxable income Income tax is usually computed as a percentage of taxable income
income tax
tax on people's income, and also on business profits in the US
income tax
TRA retirement benefits are taxable as ordinary income, however, the portion of a retirement benefit that represents your cost paid toward the benefit is not taxable
income tax
A tax based on the amount of a person's annual income The Federal government collects income tax through the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Some states and cities also collect income tax
income tax
If you earn or receive income over a certain amount in a tax year - which runs from 6 April in one year to 5 April in the next - you pay income tax The more you earn the more you pay Your employer will usually take the tax direct from your earnings each time you are paid, and pass it on to us You receive the rest This way of deducting tax is known as PAYE (Pay As You Earn)
income tax
Tax which is deducted from taxable income in accordance with the taxation laws •Taxation
income tax
refers to the tax levied on individual income from various sources like salaries, investments, interest, etc
income tax
money that wage earners pay the government to run the country The amount of the tax depends upon how much you earn
income tax bracket
a category of taxpayers based on the amount of their income
income tax clerk
official involved in the processing of annual government tax levied on the net income of a person or business
income tax declaration
form given to the tax authorities stating one's income within one tax year
income tax reform
fundamental change in the method for computing income taxes passed in 1975
income tax return
document giving the tax collector information about the taxpayer's tax liability; "his gross income was enough that he had to file a tax return"
interest income
Income derived from an instrument of debt, such as a bond See also: [dividend income]
interest income
– In general, any interest that you receive or that is credited to your account and can be withdrawn is taxable income (It does not have to be entered in your passbook ) Back to Top
interest income
– Income received from savings and checking accounts
interest income
- Earnings received, often from fixed-income debt instruments
interest income
By far the most common source of investment income in Canada, from bonds, GICs, CSBs, deposit accounts, and other interest-bearing investments Such income receives no tax advantage An investor pays tax at his or her marginal rate (the rate paid on their last dollar)
interest income
is the type of income generated by bank deposits, bonds, GIC'S, treasury bills, fixed income investments, strip bonds and strip coupons
interest income
Money earned from investments based upon the time value of money
interest income
Earnings on investments such as savings accounts, certificates of deposit and seller-financed mortgages Banks or other organizations or individuals who pay interest usually report it on Form 1099-INT
disposable income
The amount of a person's or group's monetary income which is available to be saved or spent (on either essential or non-essential items), after deducting all taxes and other governmental fees
gross income
In United States tax law, income that is subject to taxation under the Internal Revenue Code (see Internal Revenue Code 61)
gross income
Income generated before deducting expenses, taxes, insurance, etc
household income
the total income of all members of a household
net income
Gross profit minus operating expenses and taxes
net operating income
Income after deducting operating expenses but before deducting for income taxes, interest, and depreciation and amortization
stated-income
Attributive form of stated income

He took out a stated-income loan to buy the house. It cost a bit more, but he works off the books.

unearned income
Income that is not a wage, such as interest, dividends or realized capital gains from investments, rent from land or property ownership, and any other income that does not derive from work
ıncome
{n} a yearly rent, salary, profit, produce
income statement
profit and loss
incomes
plural of income
income
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