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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Significant growth in total aggregate incomes of the population is mainly due to significant changes in income from employment, which account for 65.0% of total income and 28.6% from transfer income.
In January-September 2018, the income of employees increased by 22.2% and amounted to 30.8% of the total aggregate income of the population.
Over an 18-year period these families would have aggregate incomes of between $1.1 million and $1.9 million, which helps make the USDA's quarter-million-dollar estimate less daunting.
"The steady increase suggests that the rate of decline of payrolls is likely to accelerate further, putting yet more downward pressure on aggregate incomes," he said.
This liability is computed based on the spouses' aggregate incomes, deductions, exemptions and credits.
In macro markets, which are tied to aggregate incomes, asymmetric information is much less of a concern.
Hedging income risks seems to entail shorting one's own country's stock markets in massive amounts, as Baxter and Jermann argue.(2) But we have no assurance that there will be a positive covariance between financial asset returns and returns on claims on aggregate incomes. Bottazi, Pesenti, and van Wincoop estimate that the covariance has been small and negative for U.S.
This smoothness might suggest that there is little uncertainty about the present value of aggregate incomes. If the income series is very smooth, then future values can be forecasted very well by pure extrapolation.
For ChipMOS, the firm hopes to increase sales produced from China to mount for 11-12% of its aggregate incomes in 2016, up from 6-7% in 2015, said the sources.
Based on the reconciliation method used in this article, about half of the trend difference, or 0.8 percentage points, was caused by different rates of growth in the aggregate incomes used in each series.
Data from the NTA show that on the first year of operations, farmer cooperators stand to earn over P8 million in annual aggregate incomes per year, in addition to income from quality tobacco production.

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