Other income

Other income

Income from activities that are not undertaken in the ordinary course of a firm's business.

Other Income

Income for a company that comes from anything other than its ordinary operations. Other income includes items such as interest from the company's bank accounts, profit from the sale of a fixed asset, and so forth. Other income is not recurring and, as a result, is not included in some calculations of profit or loss.
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Ideally, you'll wind up the year with a $3,000 net capital loss because that amount can be fully deducted your other income.
Total other expense is a combination result of interest income, interest expense and other income (expense).
Review transactions of a large and significant nature, including the renting and leasing of buildings, sales of stock, sales of assets and extraordinary, infrequent and irregular items of other income.