Sundry Income

Sundry Income

A company's income that comes from sources other than its operations or investments. Common examples of sundry income include royalties and income from foreign exchange. Sundry income is outside the control of the company. It is also called miscellaneous income.
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Net investment income and sundry income reached KD 4.
Moreover, the company managed to maintain a profit through its sundry income of LE 2.
The cash office handles payments for things such as council tax, sundry income, business rates and parking services.
There was a trading surplus of pounds 309,636, which was increased by sundry income to pounds 512,558.
In past years donations have been included in Sundry Income.