This list, incomplete as it is, suggests that the real income of most individuals has manifold sources.
The personal value of money depends on the relation between an individual's money income, and his real income, in terms of goods.
The public economic value of money depends on the money income of the community as a whole, and its real income.
Money income grows faster than real income, through the extension of the money economy.
The economic question is, Does luxury enhance the man's real income?
Changes in retail prices may be made only in the light of planned provisions for the real income of the population.
Money income is not, like real income, dependent on quantity.
It is that which constitutes the real income of the nation, on which wages and profits alike depend.