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Noun
/ˈinˌkəm/,/ˈiNG-/,
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incomes, plural;
  1. Money received, esp. on a regular basis, for work or through investments
    • - he has a nice home and an adequate income
    • - figures showed an overall increase in income this year

  1. the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
  2. Income is the consumption and savings opportunity gained by an entity within a specified time frame, which is generally expressed in monetary terms. ...
  3. In U.S. business and financial accounting, the income is generally defined by GAAP and the Financial Accounting Standards Board as: Revenues - Expenses; however, many people use it as shorthand for net income, which is the amount of money that a company earns after covering all of its costs as ...
  4. A coming in; arrival; entrance; introduction; A new-comer or arrival; an incomer; An entrance-fee; A coming in as by influx or inspiration, hence, an inspired quality or characteristic, as courage or zeal; an inflowing principle; A disease or ailment without known or apparent cause, as ...
  5. The amount received from all sources, including wages, commissions, bonuses, Social Security and other retirement benefits, unemployment compensation, disability, interest, and dividends.
  6. To dream of coming into the possession of your income, denotes that you may deceive some one and cause trouble to your family and friends. To dream that some of your family inherits an income, predicts success for you. For a woman to dream of losing her income, signifies disappointments in life. ...
  7. Inflow of revenue during a period of time. (See net income.)
  8. is the payment you receive for your time, services you provide, or the use of your money. When you receive a paycheck, for example, that check is a payment for labor you provided to an employer. ...
  9. Any item a person receives in cash or in-kind that can be used to meet his or her need for food or shelter. ...
  10. Any form of periodic payment to a person, regardless of source, including wages, salaries, commissions, bonuses, workers' compensation, disability, pension or retirement program payments, and interest.
  11. The amount of money an individual receives in a particular time period.
  12. Money received by a business from its commercial activities. See 'Revenue'.
  13. returns from the property such as interest, dividends, rents, etc.
  14. Gross earned income, less business expenses, but before any other deductions. Income includes salaries, wages, fees, commissions, bonuses, business profits or other payments for personal services. It does not include unearned income from savings, investments, or real property.
  15. amount of money received from any or all of the following: wages, interest, dividends, sales, or rental of property or services, business or farm profits, certain welfare programs, disability, inheritance, gambling or contest winnings, or retirement benefits and other types of taxable and ...
  16. Earnings from a job or an investment .
  17. money a person earns or receives.
  18. That which comes in as the periodical produce of one's work, business, lands, or investments, commonly expressed in terms of money (OED). ...
  19. Generally referring to money income, this term is used in the Census as well as sample surveys and the Economic Accounts and can be per capita, or for persons, households or families with income. Income data based on tax returns will be for tax returns filers or for those filing taxable returns. ...
  20. total payments received by individuals for employment
  21. Money that an individual earns or receives, typically on a monthly basis. Sources may be salary, gifts, financial aid, etc.
  22. n. ingreso(s); percepción; (taxed income) ingresos tributables; (untaxed income) ingresos no tributables (or libre de impuestos), ingresos no gravados con impuestos
  23. A source of money with which to save and pay household expenses. Common sources of income include salary from a job, self-employment earnings, alimony and child support payments, gifts, tax refunds, and public assistance.
  24. The amount earned by people. Personal income can include wages, interest, rent and profit. Interest is earned from savings held in a bank.
  25. present funds and resources (for example, revenues which are earned income, support which is unearned income, such as cash contributions and grants).