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net income: the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)
wage: something that remunerates; "wages were paid by check"; "he wasted his pay on drink"; "they saved a quarter of all their earnings"
Income is the consumption and savings opportunity gained by an entity within a specified time frame, which is generally expressed in monetary terms. ...
Wages, money earned, income; Business profits; Gains on investments; returns
The net income or profit for a company. This amount consists of revenues minus all costs (including taxes).
Revenues minus expenses and taxes. Also called income.
Rental or interest income received by a fund.
The total profits of a company after taxation and interest.
The growth generated by an investment.
Profit available to ordinary shareholders, after all operating expenses, interest charges, taxes and preference dividends have been deducted. Excludes extraordinary items.
Net income for the company during the period.
Profit on an investment. Sometimes called return, growth, or interest.
Income or profit of an entity. May be expressed as gross or net.
Revenue for a specified period of time, after related costs and expenses have been deducted.
The amount of money paid to a worker as wages, salary, or commission. Wages vary with the worker's experience, level of responsibility, and geographic area.
The total amount earned, usually by a worker as wages, or by a firm as profits.
Someone’s earnings include their salary, wages, overtime, bonuses and commission, as well as statutory sick pay, and statutory pay someone receives during paternity, maternity or any other kind of family leave.
The money that invested money makes. Earnings can come from dividends, interest, or capital gains.
Something earned, especially wages. As a financial term, earnings also refer to the balance of revenue after deducting costs and expenses.
1. Net income of a business. See also earnings per share (EPS). Or 2. revenues earned by an individual such as compensation and passive income (e.g., interest, dividends).
With respect to a week's remuneration earned in the performance of covered or non-covered service, or in self-employment, whether not yet received.
This includes earnings from both paid employment (wages and salaries) and self-employment.
Income of a business, typically after-tax income, but it may refer to before-tax income or revenues.
Basic earnings from all sources of employment which are eligible in calculating your “RRSP contribution limit”.
This measure is the sum of three components of personal income—wage and salary disbursements, other labor income, and proprietors' income.