income

ˈɪŋkʌm, ˈɪnkʌm

Перевод:

Noun: доход прибыль поступление поступления
Adjective: подоходный

Фразы:

income bracket - группа лиц, имеющих одинаковые доходы

deferred income taxes - отсроченный налог на прибыль

to have the enjoyment of a large income - получать большой доход

fixed income - фиксированный заработок

independent income - независимый заработок

monthly income - месячный заработок

weekly income - недельный доход

per capita income - доход на человека, на душу населения

to earn an income - зарабатывать

to live within one's income - жить по средствам

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Примеры:

They live beyond their income. - Они живут не по средствам.

He spent his income all on pleasure. - Он тратил деньги только на развлечения.

Costs outran her income. - Расходы превысили её доходы.

He gave away most of his income. - Он раздал большую часть своих доходов.

Taxation is based on income. - Размер налогообложения определяется доходом.

Income must govern expenditure. - Расходы должны определяться доходами.

This income should be free of tax. - Этот доход не должен облагаться налогами.

He understated his taxable income. - Он занизил размер своего налогооблагаемого дохода.

He took pupils to increase his income. - Он брал учеников, чтобы увеличить свой заработок.

You may aim for a promotion or increase in income. - Вы можете стремиться к повышению по службе или увеличению заработка.

What was the company's annual income? - Какой была годовая прибыль компании?

His income went down last year. - В прошлом году его доход снизился.

His annual income is £250,000. - Его ежегодный доход составляет двести пятьдесят тысяч фунтов стерлингов.

That new stock has doubled my income. - Эти новые акции удвоили мои доходы.

We shall have to trim our spending down to fit our income. - Нам придётся урезать расходы, чтобы не выйти за пределы бюджета.

I seem to pay away half my income on taxes of one kind or another. - Мне кажется, что половина моего дохода уходит на те или иные налоги.

Don't try to cheat on your income tax, you'll never get by with it. - Не пытайтесь мошенничать с подоходным налогом, всё равно ничего не выйдет.

the sizzling increases in personal income of February and March - резкое увеличение личных доходов в феврале и марте

Our employer makes a deduction from our salary for the income tax. - Работодатель вычитает подоходный налог из нашего жалованья.

Some individuals malinger because they derive income from the disability. - Некоторые симулируют потому, что могут получить пособие по нетрудоспособности.

We owe no income tax. - Мы не обязаны платить подоходный налог.

She has an independent income. - Она имеет самостоятельный доход.

What was your income before tax? - Какова была ваша прибыль до налогообложения?

Welfare is their only source of income. - Их единственным источником дохода является пособие.

I put his income at 5000 pounds a year. - Думаю, он получает пять тысяч фунтов в год.

Education levels are strongly related to income. - Уровень образования, который может получить обучающийся, сильно связан с уровнем его доходов.

He earns a modest income. - У него скромные доходы.

You are taxed according to your income. - Вы облагаетесь налогами в соответствии со своими доходами.

the country's per capita income - доход на душу населения этой страны

income tax paid in preceding years - подоходный налог, уплаченный в предыдущие годы

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Связанные термины:

cash income: income received in the form of cash during a specified period, esp that of rural and farming households

high-income: (of a person) earning a higher than average income

income bond: a bond that pays interest at a rate in direct proportion to the issuer's earnings

income tax: Income tax is a certain percentage of your income that you have to pay regularly to the government .

net income: Net income is the difference between gross profit on sales and operating expenses if gross profit is more than operating expenses.

real income: the amount of goods and services that money income will buy

boost income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

earned income: income derived from paid employment and comprising mainly wages and salaries

equity income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

extra income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

fixed income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

future income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

gross income: total revenue received before any deductions or allowances, as for rent, cost of goods sold, taxes, etc

income group: a group in a given population having incomes within a certain range

income growth: The growth of something such as an industry, organization, or idea is its development in size, wealth, or importance .

income source: something that provides a regular supply of money, such as employment, investments, a pension etc

income stream: a flow of money into a business

joint income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

lower-income: earning less than average

median income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

other income: Other income is income that does not come from a company's main business, such as interest .

rental income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

steady income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

total income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

weekly income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

accrued income: money which has been earned but has not yet been received

annuity income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

assessed income: the portion of one's income that is subject to tax

average income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

combined income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

declare income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

dividend income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

income account: An income account is an account that records income or revenue .

income bracket: a group or category of people whose income falls within defined upper and lower levels

income category: a group or category of people whose income falls within defined upper and lower levels

income support: In Britain, income support is money that the government gives regularly to people with no income or very low incomes.

minimum income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

monthly income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

national income: the total of all incomes accruing over a specified period to residents of a country and consisting of wages, salaries, profits, rent, and interest

ordinary income: taxable income, as salary and wages, other than capital gains

premium income: An insurer's premium income is the income that it earns from premiums.

private income: an income from sources other than employment, such as investment

provide income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

receive income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

reduced income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

regular income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

residual income: the remaining income (of a business or person) after necessary debts, expenses, etc, have been paid

unearned income: Unearned income is money that people gain from interest or profit from property or investment, rather than money that they earn from a job .

advertising income: A person's or organization's income is the money that they earn or receive, as opposed to the money that they have to spend or pay out.

assessable income: the portion of one's income that is subject to tax

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Однокоренные слова:

incomer - вошедший, входящий, вновь пришедший, пришелец, иммигрант, преемник
incoming - входящий, поступающий, вступающий, приход, доходы, прибытие

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