B) Income security
yes it does.
1). Reduce your rate of expenditure. 2). Increase your rate of income.
The excess of income over expenditures is known as Savings. S= Y(d)-C Where; S= Savings Y(d)= Disposable Income C= Consumption Expenditures
It's your disposable income. The debtor files a statement of income and expenditures. The expenditures cannot be unreasonably high. The chapter 13 payment is the difference between the income and expenditures.
Business investment expenditures that depend on income or production (especially national income or gross national product). An increase in national income triggers an increase in induced investment expenditures.
Reports of the living costs, non-priority debts, priority debts and income are required of the Congress to publish a statement of all expenditures and income.
A budget for which expenditures are equal to income. Sometimes a budget for which expenditures are less than income is also considered balanced. The concept is often discussed in reference to the federal government.
You adjust the entries by crediting the income and debiting the expenditures.