How to use Disposable income in a sentence

disposable income
  • In two-thirds of Zambian families where the father died, monthly disposable income fell by more than 80% .

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  • The remainder is, of course, not disposable income that can be shifted from one place to another.

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  • We will also look at what ' disposable income ' you have.

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  • This could result in a significant increase in your disposable income each month.

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  • At the end of the 1970s the richest tenth of the population received 21% of disposable income.

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  • People have more disposable income and therefore will put more of that money back into the market.

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  • Some consumers spend disposable income on vacations and trips, which helps the travel industry.

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  • That's not to say that those who still have disposable income won't buy frivolities, but the majority of consumers don't fall into that category.

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  • Even with more hybrid car options from both domestic and foreign automakers along with reduced prices, disposable income has played a role in hybrid car sales.

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  • Instead of investing money into new hybrid vehicles, more and more people are using their disposable income for household bills and other needed items.

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  • And economically, do families have the disposable income?

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  • Armed with that knowledge, you will need to consider your budget, keeping in mind if the person loves one of those tough-to-get collectibles, say a Dalla Valle Maya, you can expect to considerably crimp your disposable income.

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  • More women now have their own incomes, and most families have some disposable income.

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  • Illness resulting in a reduction in disposable income due to high medical expenses can also cause lowered income levels.

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  • While many women would love to have enough disposable income to carry a new designer bag every month, for most it's just not a reality.

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  • There will be less disposable income for purchasing goods and services starting in October.

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  • Because the new bankruptcy law will push many consumers into Chapter 13 repayment plans, rather than file Chapter 7, which wipes the slate clean and allows them to start over, they'll have less disposable income.

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  • China's economy is growing at an accelerating rate and has a growing middle class with increasing disposable income.

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  • Even with interest rates expected to remain low, vehicle availability and unemployment rates are expected to keep the average consumer from purchasing new vehicles due to disposable income levels.

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  • Individuals with more disposable income or a history of illness and disease may opt for the more expensive fee for service plans.

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