Comment: And what is income exactly?

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And what is income exactly?

And what is income exactly? If one refers to a "legal" dictionary they would discover the term business has two meanings:

1. That which occupies a man's time with an intent to realize a profit.

2. That which occupies a man's time in the ordinary course of life.

One then must ask what is the definition of profit? Profit is a gain or benefit realized above and beyond costs including the value of labor. For instance ...

If I offer to do work for you I may only seek to exercise a natural and fundamental right to work for the value of my labor where you pay for materials. If I quoted you on behalf of a company I would be seeking a profit above and beyond materials + costs + labor which is gain also known as income.

The courts in their absurd wisdom and logic have decreed a person does not have a basis in their labor but that is a whole conversation in itself.