Gross incomeYour total income before tax and expenditures.
Gross IncomeThe scheduled (total) income, either actual or estimated, derived from a business or property.
Gross incomeThe total income of a person before deductions. This for example could be a person's salary plus bonuses, plus benefits in kind (e.g.company car and medical insurance) plus income from shares etc. See net income.
Fixed income marketFixed income market
The market for trading bonds and preferred stock.
Foreign source incomeForeign source income
Income earned from international operations.
Passive incomePassive income
Income (such as investment income) that does not come from active participation in a business. Specified by the U.S. tax code.
Minimum income guaranteeMinimum income guarantee
The Minimum Income Guarantee tops up pensioners' incomes from the basic state pension. In the year 2003, the top up is to £102.10 a week for a single person to £155.80 for a couple.The MIG rises with wages inflation which tends to move faster than price inflation (on which the basic state pension is based) so in time the gap between the state pension and the MIG should grow.Anyone with assets over £12,000 is disqualified from the MIG.
Income propertyIncome property
Real estate purchased for the reasons of income generation.
Further SuggestionsUnderwriting income
Growth and income fund
Functional distribution of income
Negative income tax
Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA)
Allocation of income rules
fixed income securities
Report of Condition and Income
loss of income insurance
Section 352 of the Income and Corporation Taxes Act 1988
Monthly income preferred security (MIP)
Income limited partnership
Employee Retirement Income Security Act