Aggregate income is composed of: • Employee compensation including wages and benefits. • Rent for the use of property. • Interest earned on funds loaned out. • Profits earned by businesses.

Where are income for selling fixed assets and raw materials? Why they don't included in aggregate income?

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    $\begingroup$ Income for selling raw materials consists of wages and profits, doesn't it? $\endgroup$ – user253751 Jun 29 at 10:27

In the profits of the businesses selling fixed assets and raw materials.

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