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.
Property income taxationProperty income taxation
See: 'income from property'.
Negative income taxNegative income tax
A proposal to assist taxpayer with below-subsistence-level incomes. After filing a tax return, such persons would receive a subsidy to bring them up above the poverty level.
Money incomeMoney income
Nominal income; contrasts with real income.
Disability income insuranceDisability income insurance
Insurance which provides an income to policyholders when they are unable to work due to an illness or injury.Disability payments to insured people, which normally commence after a set period (the elimination period), are usually tax free provided the premium payments are up to date.
Phantom incomePhantom income
Income from a limited partnership that creates taxability without generating cash flow.
Further SuggestionsDisability income insurance
Loss of income insurance
home income plan
Adjusted gross income (AGI)
Net investment income per share
High withholding tax interest income
Tax exempt income
Corporate income fund (CIF)
Income investment company
Financial service income
Net income per share of common stock