Economics - Disposable Income
Disposable income is the amount of money available for either spending or
saving. It includes factor income (income earned for employing resources in
the production process) and transfer income (income given by the government
to those in need). In Australia, income tax and the Medicare Levy  are
deducted from money income to determine disposable income. Any increase in
disposable will cause and to increase.
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