income other than the business' principal line of business including interest and dividend income. Page 330
This is a "catch all" term to ensure that you declare all your taxable income which you have not already entered anywhere else on the Tax Return.
Term on an earnings report used to represent income from activities other than normal business operations, such as investment interest, foreign exchange gains, rent income, and profit from the sale of non-inventory assets.
Statement of Net Earnings account. Net amount of other income and expense items not elsewhere defined (e.g., gain on sale of assets, interest income, etc.).
Income from activities that are not undertaken in the ordinary course of a firm's business.
Income due to activities outside the normal operations of the business, for example, dividends from investments and gain from foreign exchange.
In chart J58, other income includes, among others, support payments received (also called alimony and child support), retirement allowances (severance pay/termination benefits), scholarships, lump-sum payments from pensions and deferred profit-sharing plans received when leaving a plan, the taxable amount of death benefits other than those from CPP or QPP, and supplementary unemployment benefits not included in wages and salaries.
Income that is in addition to the borrowerâ€(tm)s basic salary. This could include, dividends, car/ housing allowances, income from property, etc
Households whose income exceeds 80% of the median income for the area, as determined by the Secretary, with adjustments for smaller and larger families.
The amount earned over and above basic salary.
All non-operating income, e.g., interest income, gain on sales of securities.
Refers to income other than rent, such as vending and laundry machines, storage or parking space income, and so on.
Income over and above the basic salary.
Income in addition to basic annual salary or, in the case of self-employed, annual net profits.
includes income other than wages and salaries, own business or partnership income and government pensions and allowances. It includes income received as a result of: ownership of financial assets, e.g. dividends ownership of non-financial assets, e.g. rent child support/maintenance cash support from relatives/family members workers' compensation scholarships income from organisations or persons not elsewhere classified.
This includes income we receive from activities that are not part of our regular business, such as:• net gains on investments, including gains or losses when we dispose of, write-down and reduce our ownership in investments• foreign currency gains (losses)• other items, including interest income, equity in net earnings (losses) in significantly influenced companies and miscellaneous income.