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income

1. the amount of monetary or other returns, either earned or unearned, accruing over a given period of time
2. receipts; revenue
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The unselfish girl devoted herself to me, shared in every interest, even the slightest, of my life, and managed so carefully and wisely that we lived in comfort on my narrow income.
It is so sluffed over and hushed up, there is so little clear thinking--oh, political economy, of course, but so few of us think clearly about our own private incomes, and admit that independent thoughts are in nine cases out of ten the result of independent means.
Rachel's income, which would have helped him to anything else, would not help him here; and Rachel had accordingly released herself, without encountering a moment's serious opposition on his part.
So much for the landed property, and for the disposal of the income from it, on the occasion of Miss Fairlie's marriage.
The income would be at the wife's disposal, and the principal would go to her aunt or her cousin on her death.
My stipulation in regard to the twenty thousand pounds was simply this: The whole amount was to be settled so as to give the income to the lady for her life--afterwards to Sir Percival for his life-- and the principal to the children of the marriage.
The knowledge of Sir Percival's affairs which I had necessarily gained when the provisions of the deed on HIS side were submitted in due course to my examination, had but too plainly informed me that the debts on his estate were enormous, and that his income, though nominally a large one, was virtually, for a man in his position, next to nothing.
1(g) (the kiddie tax) are designed to minimize the family income tax advantage obtained when (1) parents gift assets to a child, (2) the investment income is taxed at the child's lower income tax rates and (3) family wealth increases.
While a CRUT is a special type of CRT, a net income make-up CRUT, or NIMCRUT, is further specialized to allow for maximum income deferral opportunities.
Verdiroc, for lower income families with children, and single persons.
Figure 1 shows the income distribution for 1997-2002, for both mean income and median income (see the box for a quick brush-up on statistical terms.
Because it is based on reported income, it fails to take into account savings, loans, and private assistance, or such valuable assets as a fully owned home or car, and much else.