nominal income


Definitions (2)

1.Income unadjusted for the effects of inflation or deflation, and stated in the currency in which it is earned.
2.The part of a salary or wage paid out in cash not including benefits such as subsidized meals or transportation.

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  • The nominal income rates in the United States have been slowly but surely rising after the Great Recession, which has allowed companies to increase pay scales.

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  • The bank assessed the couple's nominal income in order to determine whether they would qualify for the loan which they needed in order to purchase their first home.

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  • It was nerve wracking because I had never seen what our nominal income was for the year and now I would be looking at it for the first time.

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