Money Income

Money Income

The dollar amount of income, without regard for purchasing power, inflation, or other factors that may affect an income's value. See also: Real Income, New York Dollar.
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Money income of the population of Kyrgyzstan in the first quarter of 2019 amounted to 108,025,600,000 soms growing by 13.6% year on year, according to the official statistics.
On an annual basis, real wages are on track to grow as much as 9.0-10.5% in Q1, with growth also recorded in real disposable money income on a year-on-year basis.
According to the Federal State Statistics Service, during the period of GDP decline in 2015-2016 (97.5% and 99.8%, respectively), the real disposable money income of the population was in the negative zone, which also had a negative impact on consumer demand indices.
(7) An important limitation of the official statistics is that they are based on pre-tax money income, which does not account for tax credits and in-kind transfers, such as housing benefits and food stamps, which have increased sharply over time.
Three of the most widely used measures of household income are BEA's measure of personal income, the Census Bureau's measure of money income, and the Internal Revenue Service's measure of adjusted gross income of individuals.
If asked whether you are better off today compared to a year ago, you would answer in the affirmative if your money income (that is, its dollar, pound, euro, or yen value) rose during the previous 12 months.
In the former case, he makes a net money income of 100 ounces, equaling 10% of his outlay; in the latter case, he makes 60 ounces net, equaling about 6% of his outlay.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1945), table 16, "Summary of average money and nonmoney income and outlay," page 92 for money income receipts ($2,409 for urban) and personal tax payments ($37 for urban).
Citing an example, it said that a child's weekly pocket money income in 2014 would enable them to buy 10 Cadbury Twirls at a cost of 64p each.
The official poverty definition looks at money income before taxes and tax credits, and excludes both capital gains and non-cash benefits such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly known as food stamps, Medicaid and public housing.
Most of the studies used to support the notion of increasing levels of inequality rely upon the Census Bureau concept of "money income," which excludes taxes, transfer payments (like Social Security and Medicare) as well as employer-paid benefits like health insurance.
Second on the Golf Digest list for 2013 income was Phil Mickelson at $52,009,156, with an estimated $45 million in endorsements and other non-prize money income.