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gross income

noun [U]
 
 
FINANCE, TAX, ACCOUNTING
the total amount of a person’s or organization’s income in a particular period before tax is paid on it: The new legislation stipulates that the first 25% of gross income from oil sales must go to the state. The house is rented out and brings in a gross income each month of $1,300.
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