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income,

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.

income

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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In Andhra Pradesh, projects beyond a certain size must have houses for low-income groups.
The objective is to ensure that the youth and low-income groups can travel at low rates between major cities.
Dubai: Sri Lankan expatriates who fall in low-income groups will no longer have to sacrifice a working day to get access to consular services.
We should support the low-income groups who protect society rather than the fat cats who exploit it.
We believe our reasons are altruistic, since defending and voicing the human rights of illegal immigrants jeopardize the access to services that other low-income groups have.
A combination of public sector provision for low-income groups and private sector provision for the rest might ensure long-term, sustainable provision of contraceptives to meet growing demand.
Stop supporting low-income groups with benefits and start dismantling the dependance culture.
It's just a pity they spent pounds 60million of public money on plans for it before they realised that as a Government supposedly committed to social justice, they were about to financially paralyse those low-income groups they'd promised to protect.
To hold a conference bringing together legal clinic staff and volunteers with people who provide social services outside the legal system to discuss building accessible responsive support systems for low-income groups.
In fact Rsheidat emphasized the importance of 'fils al reef' as an example of a government sponsored solution for the socio-economic development of low-income groups in the kingdom.
Publicizing the taxpayer advocate service, particularly among low-income groups.

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