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annuity a regular annual income paid at fixed intervals and produced by money invested or by an insurance contract. [2 definitions]
benefice a church office or the fixed property or income associated with it. [1/3 definitions]
beneficiary the holder of an ecclesiastical position that guarantees a certain amount of income or property. [1/2 definitions]
bracket a classification or grouping of people who share some characteristic such as age or amount of income. [1/7 definitions]
bracket creep (informal) an increase in income leading to one's placement in a higher tax bracket, sometimes resulting in a net decrease in income as a result of higher tax rates and inflation.
budget a list of anticipated expenses and income for a certain period. [1/3 definitions]
commune2 a small group of people with shared interests who form a residential community in which members often share property, work, and income. [1/3 definitions]
corpus the principal or capital of a fund, investment, or the like, as distinguished from the income or interest. [1/4 definitions]
declaration a statement indicating goods or income to be taxed. [1/4 definitions]
declare to make a full statement of (goods or income to be taxed). [1/6 definitions]
deductible in the United States, allowable as a deduction from income to be taxed. [1/5 definitions]
deficit an amount by which something is less than what is required or expected, esp. the amount by which income is less than expenses.
demographic a portion of a human population with a shared characteristic or characteristics such as age, gender, ethnicity, or income. [2/3 definitions]
dip to decrease slightly, as prices or income. [1/15 definitions]
direct tax a tax collected by the government directly from the person who must pay it, such as income tax or property tax.
disposable income the income that one has for spending, saving, or the like after taxes are deducted.
earn to gain or yield income. [1/4 definitions]
endow to give a permanent income, source of income, or property to. [1/2 definitions]
endowment the act of providing with a permanent fund or source of income, or the money so provided. [1/2 definitions]
fisherman a person who catches fish either as a sport or as a means of income.
gentleman-farmer a wealthy man who farms for pleasure rather than for income.