disposable income


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disposable income

n
1. (Economics) the money a person has available to spend after paying taxes, pension contributions, etc
2. (Economics) the total amount of money that the individuals in a community, country, etc, have available to buy consumer goods

dispos′able in′come


n.
personal income that remains after taxes and expenses are paid.
[1945–50]

disposable income

, discretionary income - Disposable income is money you have left after paying taxes; discretionary income is money left over after paying for rent, food, utilities, and life's other necessities.
See also related terms for rent.

disposable income

, surplus income - Disposable income or surplus income is what you have left after taxes and other government obligations—i.e. what you have left to live on.
See also related terms for tax.

disposable income

The money an individual has left to spend after all direct taxes have been deducted.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.disposable income - income (after taxes) that is available to you for saving or spending
income - the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
revenue enhancement, tax, taxation - charge against a citizen's person or property or activity for the support of government
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Robert Price THIS disposable income is just the income you are left with after tax and NI.
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THE RICHEST households in the UK have seen an increase in disposable income that's four times greater than the poorest households, new figures show.
The figures show that in percentage terms, the poorest 10 per cent of have a disposable just PS26 a day households have seen the biggest rises in disposable income.
10 per cent of have a disposable just PS26 a day The figures show that in percentage terms, the poorest households have seen the biggest rises in disposable income.
The figures show that in percentage terms, the poorest 10 per cent of a disposable just PS26 a day households have seen the biggest rises in disposable income.
The median disposable income level in the UK in the financial year ending 2017 was PS27,300.
The average disposable income of households with private pension income has grown from PS2,300 in 1977 to PS27,800 in 2016 - in real terms, taking inflation into account.
The average disposable income of households with private pension income has grown from PS2300 in 1977 to PS27,800 in 2016 - in real terms, taking inflation into account.

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