The portion of a persons income that does not come from wages, such as interest...
The subset of collected income that has been collected but not yet earned.
An individual's income derived from sources other than employment, such as interest and dividends from investments, or income from rental property. also called unearned revenue. opposite of earned income.
In tax, income from sources other than personal services, such as income from investments (interest, dividends, royalties, etc.)
Interest income, dividend income, and capital gains.
income from property (rents) and investments (interest and dividends) as opposed to wages or salaries.
Non-employment income, such as income from investments, trusts, rent, Social Security benefits, alimony payments, pensions, and annuities.
Income which has not been earned as a result of services given, but has been received by way of interest, dividends, rent, and royalties.
An individual's income derived from investments, as opposed to salary or wages.
Income that is not in exchange for services performed (earned income). Examples: Interest, dividends, and royalties.
Most commonly taxable interest, ordinary dividends, and capital gains distribution.
personal income that you did not earn (e.g., dividends or interest or rent income)
(accounting) income received but not yet earned (usually considered a current liability on a company's balance sheet)
Income other than that received as wages, salary, or profit from self-employment. Examples of unearned income are Social Security, unemployment insurance payments, child support, etc.
Money that will be available to an individual whether or not he is disabled. It affects the amount of disability coverage that may be purchased based on earned income. Example: real estate property income.
The wages you earn from work are "earned" income. Investments, like a savings account or a mutual fund generate "unearned income." Both types of income are usually taxed but handled in different ways on your tax return.
Investment income such as interest, dividends, and capital gains.
Income that is not derived from services performed, such as interest, dividends, and royalties.
(1) income that has been collected in advance of the performance of a contract. (2) income that is derived from investments, such as dividends, property rentals, and other sources not involving the individual's direct personal efforts.... read full article
Income generated aside from work, for example interest paid on savings or generated by shares.
income received from sources other than employment
Income such as interest, dividends, capital gains or rents, as opposed to earned income, such as wages, tips and salaries.
This is income other than earned income. It is investment-type income and includes interest, dividends, and capital gains. Distributions of interest, dividends, capital gains, and other unearned income from a trust are also unearned income to a beneficiary of the trust. How To Get More Information
The portion of income from a lease that must be earned over the life of the lease in accordance with GAAP.
Income not directly resulting from an individual's employment or self-employment. Unearned income may be received in cash or in-kind. See: Income -- Treatment of Income - Unearned income
Payment received in advance for undelivered products or uncompleted service is unearned income and a current liability on business ledgers. Individual taxpayers must report all income not directly resulting from one’s profession, business, or occupation as unearned income.
Disability payments or other funds received without any physical or mental work performed. Disability benefits ( SDI, SSDI, SSI, STD, LTD), income from a trust or investment, dividends, profits, or funds received from any source other than work are all examples of unearned income.
This type of income can include funds that are gained from interest, dividends, investments, or capital gains as opposed to income that is earned by working for a salary, hourly wage, or gratuity.
Income received in advance of the time at which it is earned, such as prepaid rent.
Income received from sources such as dividends from Shares and Bonds-income, which has not been earned by working.
Income received for work not yet finished, such as payment in advance for contracting work.
Any income that comes from investments and other sources unrelated to employment services.
Income derived from investments and other sources not related to employment.
Unearned income refers to income that is not a wage.