Income Share

Income Share

In a dual purpose fund, a share that is entitled to a portion of a firm's ordinary income. Dual purpose funds issue two types of shares: income shares and capital shares, which are entitled to appreciation on the firm's investments. A dual purpose fund has the advantage of allowing shareholders to choose which shares in which to invest (according to their investment goals) without the difficulty of changing investment vehicles. An income share carries lower risk than a capital share.
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Similarly, income share from the company's construction arm DMCI declined 35 percent from P676 million to P440 million due to provisions for cost overruns.
Income share from DMCI declined 35 percent from PHP676 million to PHP440 million due to provisions for cost overruns.
Records reveal that in 2016, the biggest share of the LGU revenues went to National Capital Region (NCR) accounting for 43 percent of the total income share, while the total expenditures of the said region was reported at 41 percent.
Income Share Agreements (ISAs) are an innovative and affordable way for students to finance their education based on their future income without going into debt.
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On the other hand, income share from construction arm D.M.
According to Daily Express, the franchises are likely to ask Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to increase their income share - by giving up their 50 per cent share from gate money or increase franchises' share from 70 to 80 per cent.
That is, since RK(t) is not a measure of net income, the ratio of these gross rental payments to GDP is not an income share. Moreover, as discussed below, with reasonable parameters, this standard approach sharply overstates the capital share of product and income.
where [Top5%.sub.j,t] stands for the top 5% income share of country j; [[gamma].sub.j] is a country fixed effect; [[delta].sub.t] represents a dummy variable estimating time fixed effects; [T.sub.j,t] is a dummy variable which equals one when the country under observation is the treated country (i.e., Norway) and the time of observation is within the post-treatment period 1980-2009; [X'.sub.j,t] includes a set of covariates (details in Table 3 in "Appendix"); and [[epsilon].sub.j,t] are country-clustered error terms.
"The income share of the poorest half of Americans is declining while the richest have grabbed more.