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Driga Mehta👀 (@driga_mehta) Instagram Profile Photo
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Driga Mehta👀

Elisa🌹Valenti (@elisavalentistudio) Instagram Profile Photo
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Elisa🌹Valenti

She made broken look beautiful and strong look invincible. But inside, she felt invincible to the world. Just another object in a world of things. She wore the universe on her shoulders and made it look like a pair of wings. ⠀⠀ At times, we’re faced with unimaginable challenges that make us question ourselves, our life, and sometimes everything we believe. ⠀⠀ But we’re stronger than you know. I’ve had my fair share of adversity over the last couple of years. the darkness is overwhelming. Over time the dust settles and we’re left with the opportunity to learn and grow. ⠀⠀ We have the incredible ability to not just come back from adversity each time we’re knocked down – but to become stronger for it. Each time we’re knocked down we learn something new, see things from a new perspective that gives us clarity, or gain the confidence to move passed what once paralyzed us. It may not leave you but you learn to walk beside it. . . . . Invincible, 40x30”, acrylic on canvas, 2019, available, message for details

The Curvy Girl Corner (@curvygirlcorner) Instagram Profile Photo
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The Curvy Girl Corner

“The clock is ticking. Are you becoming the person you want to be?!!” As for me, I’m working on it!! • • Workout [62/200]✅

Marta Ventura Espejo (@martaventuraespejo) Instagram Profile Photo
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Marta Ventura Espejo

Málaga, Spain

El secreto está en ser Tú misma 💕 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Poco se habla de que sólo quedan 3 días para que llegue la temporada más divertida del año, la de no dejar de hasta que salga el sol, la de festivales, playa, amig@s y cóctel en mano, la de las sonrisas porque sí, como la que me sale en esta foto sólo de pensar en que llega el verano☀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷 @diegocastila 👗 @almatrichi_ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ beyondsize

Disposable and Discretionary Income Disposable income is money that’s remaining after paying taxes. Individuals spend disposable income on necessities, such as housing, food, and transportation. Discretionary income is money that's remaining after paying all necessary expenses. People spend discretionary income on items like vacations, restaurant meals, cable television, and movies. In a recession, individuals tend to be more prudent with their discretionary income. For example, a family may use their discretionary income to make extra payments on their mortgage or save it for an unexpected expense. Disposable income is typically higher than discretionary income within the same household because expenses of necessary items are not removed from the disposable income. Both measures can be used to project the amount of consumer spending. However, either measure must also take into account the willingness of people to make purchases. #beautybeyondsize

Two Examples of Income For private individuals, ordinary income is usually only made up of the salaries and wages they earn from their employers pretax. If, for example, a person works a customer service job at Target and earns $3,000 per month, his annual ordinary income would be $36,000, derived as: $3,000 x 12. If he has no other income sources, this is the amount that would be taxed on his year-end tax return as gross income. Additionally, if the same person also owned a rental property and earned $1,000 a month in rental income, his ordinary income would increase to $48,000 per year. If the same person earned $1,500 in qualified municipal bond interest payments, that portion of income would be tax-exempt. For businesses, ordinary income is the pretax profit earned from selling its product or service. For example, the retailer, Target, had $69.5 million worth of total sales/revenue in the year ended in January 2017. The company had $48.9 million in costs of goods sold (COGS) and $15.6 million in total operating expenses. Target’s ordinary income was $5 million, derived as: $69,500,000 - $48,900,000 - $15,600,000. This is the amount of income that would be taxed for the year. However, businesses are required to pay taxes quarterly. #beautybeyondsize

Tax-Exempt and Tax-Reduced Income Types of income that may be tax-exempt include interest income from U.S. Treasury securities (which is exempt at the state and local levels), interest from municipal bonds (which is potentially exempt at the federal, state and local levels) and capital gains that are offset by capital losses. Types of income taxed at lower rates include qualified dividends and long-term capital gains. Social Security income is sometimes taxable, depending on how much other income the taxpayer receives during the year. #beautybeyondsize

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