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n the return in money from one's business, practice, or capital invested; gains, profit.
income tax,
n a tax upon an adjusted gross income (individual or corporate) imposed as a major source of governmental revenue at the state and federal levels.


financial return from a project or for help provided.

income elasticity
see demand elasticity.
net income
gross income less costs.
income over feed cost
a rough indicator of the profitability of an animal enterprise based principally on fattening of young livestock, e.g. in a feedlot. The fixed costs are the depreciation on the installation and labor, the variable costs are the price of cattle and the feed.
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Second, we limit our analysis to families that report an omnibus income amount.
The first level is the whether the aggregated income amount falls within the same income category the respondent provides on the omnibus income item (the response values for the omnibus income item are provided in Figure 1); the second level is if the aggregated income amount is one or more lower than the omnibus income category; and the third level is if the aggregated income amount is one or more higher than the omnibus category.
This is done to test whether any mismatch of income amount is because of the Census Bureau's imputation process.
The IRS alternatively argued that, if gross income amounts from the partnership returns are allowed in determining the partner's gross income, only the first-tier partnerships should be used and the partnership's gross income should not include Form 4797 property sales.
The tax benefit rule allows taxpayers to exclude from income amounts recovered from a previously deducted loss to the extent that the previous deduction generated no tax benefit.
The third quarter of 2005 and all quarters subsequent to the three acquisitions will in turn include slight increases to cost of sales and lower pre-tax income amounts to reflect the additional costs of certain of the acquired inventories that have subsequently been sold.