Income bondA bond which provides income over its life and at maturity the original investment is returned. See: 'guaranteed income bond'.
Income bondA bond whose payment of interest is contingent on sufficient earnings. These bonds are commonly used during the reorganization of a failed or failing business.
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.
Guaranteed income bondGuaranteed income bond
A bond in which a single premium secures a guaranteed regular income until maturity at which time the original premium is returned.
Franked incomeFranked income
Dividends, paid by UK companies to other companies (for example, investment trusts), with a tax credit reflecting the fact that the company which has paid the dividend has done so out of post tax profits. Therefore the 'franked income' will be free of further tax to the receiving company.
Tax exempt incomeTax exempt income
Dividends and interest not subject to federal and, in some cases, state and local income taxes.
Corporate income taxCorporate income tax
A tax on the profits of corporations. Differences in corporate tax rates across countries can be a cause of foreign direct investment as well as transfer pricing.
Further SuggestionsHigh current income mutual fund
Income limited partnership
Income exclusion rule
Foreign base company income
disability income insurance
social security disability income insurance
Growth and income fund
Tax exempt income fund
income limit for age related allowances
Income investment company
Corporate income fund (CIF)
income pure endowment