financial gain


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Noun1.financial gain - the amount of monetary gain
gain - the amount by which the revenue of a business exceeds its cost of operating
income - the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
winnings, profits, win - something won (especially money)
unearned increment - an unearned rise in the market value of property resulting from general market factors
capital gain - the amount by which the selling price of an asset exceeds the purchase price; the gain is realized when the asset is sold
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I should not enter into these adventures, which naturally are not entirely dissociated from a certain amount of risk, for the purposes of financial gain."
They have been arguing that reopening the borders will bring a lot of financial gain to both provinces.
I can detest but understand thieving for financial gain but this is just negative and brainless stuff.
Doctors who betray our trust and put their own financial gain ahead of the well-being of their patients by prescribing narcotics without medical justification are directly fuelling our nation's opioid crisis.
The Keeping Infants Domestically Safe (KIDS) Act would establish a federal law to outlaw the selling of minors for financial gain. The crime is currently only covered by a patchwork of laws enacted by various states.
"Pocketing insurance premiums for your own financial gain is despicable.
In a statement, Cayetano thanked human rights advocates but at the same time blasted those 'who use human rights for political and financial gain.'
In late 2014, the commission started a preliminary review of allegations that Kitz haber and Hayes had improperly used their public positions for personal financial gain.
On April 17, 2016 we published an article which included claims that Michael Pattemore, the widower of Lynda Bellingham, had married the actress for financial gain and had withheld Ms Bellingham's sons' inheritance from her estate after she died to spend on expensive holidays for himself.
On 17 and 24 April 2016 we published articles which included claims that Michael Pattemore, the widower of Lynda Bellingham, had married the actress for financial gain and had withheld Ms Bellingham's sons' inheritance from her estate after she died to spend on expensive holidays for himself.
Mr Hartman also noted that Wikipedia defined volunteering as an altruistic activity intended to promote goodness or improve human quality of life and that there was no financial gain involved for the individual.
You have to admire his honesty and clear integrity in putting his principles ahead of any financial gain.