Origin of income
Examples from the Web for income
“My dance instructor always says she earns most of her income from private teaching,” says Monir.
I ask Atefeh and Monir if they see dancing as a form of income in the future, a potential career.
However, since he was living at home, our income and assets disqualified him from SSI and Medicaid.
Such waivers allow people to receive Medicaid benefits in HCBS settings regardless of income.
At-home caretakers are eligible for Medicaid waivers, which allow benefits regardless of income.
He asked nearly half the old lady's income; she sighed in relief.Quisant|Anthony Hope
These are not the writers who make so much as a clerk's income out of the stage.My Miscellanies, Vol. 2 (of 2)|Wilkie Collins
Now, I defy the most able Englishman to go to Switzerland and either to gain that income, or to spend it there.The Old Showmen and the Old London Fairs|Thomas Frost
Though the marquis lived magnificently, he found it difficult to spend more than half his income.The Memoires of Casanova, Complete|Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
The little property from which his income was derived was not within his power to bequeath.Fenton's Quest|M. E. Braddon
British Dictionary definitions for income
Word Origin for income
Word Origin and History for income
c.1300, "entrance, arrival," literally "what enters," perhaps a noun use of the late Old English verb incuman "come in," from in (adv.) + cuman "to come" (see come). Meaning "money made through business or labor" (i.e., "that which 'comes in' as a product of work or business") first recorded c.1600. Income tax is from 1799, first introduced in Britain as a war tax, re-introduced 1842; authorized on a national level in U.S. in 1913.