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.
Family income benefit (family income assurance)Family income benefit (family income assurance)
A type of term assurance in which, following the death of the life assured, instalments, rather than a lump sum, are paid to the beneficiary for the remainder of the policy term. If the life assured lives to the end of the term, no benefit is payable.
Income multipliers or multiplesIncome multipliers or multiples
The size of the mortgage that lenders offer, will often be worked out by multiplying your income each year by a set percentage.
Invisible incomeInvisible income
Foreign income from sources other than the movement of goods. It includes a country's earnings from tourism, banking, shipping, insurance and investment.
Income propertyIncome property
Real estate purchased for the reasons of income generation.
Growth and income fundGrowth and income fund
A mutual fund that invests primarily in stocks with a history of capital gains (growth) and consistent dividend payments (income).
Further SuggestionsIncome elastic
Per capita income
Fixed income securities
High withholding tax interest income
Self employed income
Corporate income tax
Supplemental Security Income
Financial service income
Net income per share of common stock
growth and income fund
Tax exempt income
Income immunization strategies
income pure endowment
Earned income credit
fixed income securities