spendable income

spendable income

Gross salary minus taxes,housing costs,and savings.

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In essence, they need to know if they will have enough net spendable income the day after they retire.
I think it gives everybody more spendable income because for the last few years, we've been suffering.
New home buyers inject life into the economy and create jobs, and lower monthly payments from refinancing result in greater spendable income in every sector.
Secondly, it means more spendable income for the U.
This demographic likes to spend money on food and the have the spendable income.
The companies' service areas are popular second-home locations for city dwellers, and even full-time residents include a number of what Goldsmith called "techie people with spendable income.
Garneau: One of the challenges of working with the middle market lies in the fact that they do not have a great deal of spendable income for planning.
Employers have the ability to customize benefits and save money, while employees save on healthcare expenses and increase spendable income.
The starting point for drawing up a budget is net spendable income (defined as one's income after taxes and tithing), but he discusses tithing as something that "Christians do" for biblical reasons while recognizing that "other people," who may not tithe, may find fulfillment through other avenues of charitable giving (351, 319).
That analysis also should include a free cash flow analysis to determine spendable income.
The company claims that the product "will accurately and automatically determine a business' fair market value and structure the market financing needed to assure that the final determination of value doesn't exceed the business/income property's ability to simultaneously: support its structured debt service; pay a fair market value to the owner (based on industry standards); pay a fair market return on the investment; and structure the required financing around the business/income property's ability to generate a spendable income stream.