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Property Income/Profits (I-O)

Property Income, sometimes called “non-labor income” or “profits,” is generally what is left after businesses make payments for labor, taxes on production, and the purchase of produced inputs.

Property income is one of the four components of Gross Regional Product (GRP). The other elements are earnings (or labor income), taxes on production & imports, and subsidies.

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