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residual incomenoun [C or U]

uk   us   FINANCE, ACCOUNTING
income that a person, company, or organization has left after they have paid taxes, debts, etc.: Pension payments reduce residual income for tax purposes.
also residuals [plural] money that a writer or musician earns in royalty payments (= payments received for each book, etc. that is sold): Musicians also receive residual income called royalties that are earned each time someone buys a CD. He made a lot of money in residuals for his album last year.
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