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to earn
to gain (e.g. money) through work
income
all the money a person receives or earns
a salary
money paid monthly by an employer
wages
money paid by the hour or day
overtime
money received for working extra hours
commission
money paid to a salesperson based on a percentage of income they generate
a bonus
extra money given for meeting a target or good performance
fees
money paid to professionals, e.g. lawyers, architects, etc.
social security
(UK) money paid by the government to the unemployed or ill
welfare
(US) money paid by the government to the unemployed or ill
to spend
to use (money, time)
outgoings
amounts of money that are spent regularly
living expenses
money spent on everyday needs (food, clothing, etc.)
bills
requests of payment owed for services (electricity, phone, etc.)
rent
the money paid for the use of a house or flat
a pension
money paid to a retired person
a mortgage
money borrowed to buy a home
health insurance
financial protection against medical expenses
a tax
money paid to fund government spending
a budget
a financial plan
a flat
(UK) a home that shares a building with many other homes
an apartment
(US) a home that shares a building with many other homes