incomings

in·com·ing

 (ĭn′kŭm′ĭng)
adj.
1. Coming in or about to come in: incoming trains; incoming mail; incoming mortar fire.
2. About to assume an office or position: the incoming governor.
n.
1. The act of coming in; arrival.
2. often incomings Income; revenue.
Translations

incomings

plEinkünfte pl, → Einnahmen pl
References in classic literature ?
To watch the outgoings on one side," said Sir Joseph, with a gentle and pathetic solemnity, "and the incomings on the other--the sad lessening of the balance at one time, and the cheering and delightful growth of it at another--what absorbing reading
Such a daughter-in-law would be a saving to the old Squire, if she never brought a penny to her fortune; for it was to be feared that, notwithstanding his incomings, there were more holes in his pocket than the one where he put his own hand in.
Ah, if an outcast like me had such a home to go to, and such incomings by the year and by the month, I would pay much gold and silver to redeem my captivity.
Borthrop Trumbull was mounted with desk and hammer; but the rows chiefly of masculine faces behind were often varied by incomings and outgoings both from the door and the large bow-window opening on to the lawn.
When you have quarrelled, all his outgoings and incomings you know, as if you were his spy.
Of these four things, the first is your legal due: the little pickle money for your father's books and plenishing, which I have bought (as I have explained from the first) in the design of re-selling at a profit to the incoming dominie.
Her husband stood at the desk and welcomed incoming travellers.
The cardinal made an approving gesture, and retraced his route with the same precautions he had used incoming.
He began to grow anxious, and walked into the station watching the incoming suburban trains; the hour which she had fixed passed, and still there was no sign of her.
Every incoming coastwise vessel was boarded by the union officials and its crew sent ashore.
Its outgoing calls are two hundred thousand a year and its incoming calls three hundred thousand, which means that for every morning, evening, or Sunday edition, there has been an average of seven hundred and fifty messages.
I now reiterate these sentiments; and, in doing so, I only press upon the public attention the most conclusive evidence of which the case is susceptible, that the property, peace, and security of no section are to be in any wise endangered by the now incoming administration.