private income


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private income

n
(Banking & Finance) an income from sources other than employment, such as investment. Also called: private means
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His revenue, exclusive of his private income, amounts to three hundred thousand florins.
If all that I fear be so, your private income, your principal itself, can be taken from you just as easily as your salary.
Moncharmin did not know a note of music, but he called the minister of education and fine arts by his Christian name, had dabbled a little in society journalism and enjoyed a considerable private income.
It is so sluffed over and hushed up, there is so little clear thinking--oh, political economy, of course, but so few of us think clearly about our own private incomes, and admit that independent thoughts are in nine cases out of ten the result of independent means.
By the time she died in 1934 she was broke, having spent her private income on financing plant-collecting trips, building up the garden here and establishing new ones in both France and Italy.
It is generally seen as her private income but critics say it is money that would go to the Treasury if we didn't have a Monarchy.
The Duchy money is considered to be the Queen's private income but republicans argue it is cash that would go to the Treasury if we did not have a monarchy.
These individuals are in the top two quintiles of the equivalised national household disposable income distribution, paying no rent or mortgage, and relying mainly on private household income (more than half of their household income is from private income, including superannuation).
It cannot be transferred into a private income, or UK taxation will be applied.
Many who have private income protection may not have enough.
Charles pays for them out of the private income from his 696 million pounds Duchy of Cornwall estate.
Before tax and benefits, median private income fell by 1.

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