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.
Disposable incomeDisposable income
Income minus taxes. More accurately, income minus direct taxes plus transfer payments; that is, the income available to be spent (including on imports) and saved.
Income dividendIncome dividend
Any payout to mutual fund shareholders resulting from interest, dividends, or other income.
Grantor Retained Income Trust (GRIT)Grantor Retained Income Trust (GRIT)
A tax-saving trust in which a grantor transfers property to a beneficiary, but receives income until termination, at which time the beneficiary begins receiving the income.
Phantom incomePhantom income
Income from a limited partnership that creates taxability without generating cash flow.
Real incomeReal income
The income of an individual, group, or country adjusted for inflation.
Further SuggestionsIncome stock
Disability income insurance
Foreign source income
Debt to income ratio
social security disability income insurance
Income statement (statement of operations)
high current income fund
income limit for age related allowances
income pure endowment
Earned income credit