Aggregate Income


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Aggregate Income

The total income earned by all persons and companies in a country or region. The aggregate income generally does not adjust for inflation, debt, taxes, or other things. There are a number of ways to measure aggregate income, but GDP is one of the best known and most widely used.
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A declining labour share of aggregate income accounted for the next largest component: 0.
Tax Computation for Mr A Zakat Paid in Year 2012 RM 1,470 Employment Income 48,000 Rental Income 12,000 Aggregate Income 60,000 Less: Donation 1,500 Total Income 58,500 Less Tax reliefs: Individual & dependent relatives 9,000 Book and Magazines 700 Broadband subscription 500 EPF 6,000 Medical Insurance Premium 1,560 Total 17,760 Chargeable Income 40,740 Mr A's Tax liability: Tax on the first 35,000 1,525.
This appendix describes the adjustments to aggregate income and wealth measures aimed at achieving improved conceptual consistency with the SCF.
During the same period, the aggregate share of income declined for the middle quintile and the changes in the shares of aggregate income for the lowest two quintiles were not statistically significant, it added.
Since all dollar amounts are CPI-deflated, the question is how Wal-Mart's prices respond to changes in aggregate income relative to the CPI.
We measure local demand with state investment income per capita, defined as the aggregate income of local residents in the form of dividends and interest.
ABSTRACT We document a large increase in the cyclicality of the incomes of high-income households, coinciding with the rise in their share of aggregate income.
The Minister was replying to a question from Sinn Fein s Caoimhghin O Caolain, who had asked for details on the aggregate income of all general medical practitioners and dental practitioners in the State between 2005 and 2007 on the basis of data available to the Revenue Commissioners.
economy and estimate the costs in terms of aggregate income of the reallocation of labor that has taken place since 2000.
As such, the medium-term prospects for EU agricultural income remain positive, the report says, with the aggregate income in real terms and per labour unit exceeding the very favourable 2007 year by 7.

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