It is the income that is taxable after deducting allowable deductions in accounting. It is used in tax law in order to determine a person’s income that can be taxed based on the losses or gains of his or her funds that fall under his or her investment accounts that are taxable. It is the net of items including charitable donations, depreciation, and the investment account’s expenses.
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