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(2) actual income -- the increase of material wealth; In the American society of automotive engineers standards SAEJ 687 c for automobile is defined as: power driven by itself, with a driving device, can in a fixed orbit outside the road or on regional transport passenger and cargo or vehicle traction vehicles. Cars are divided into bicycles and trains according to the overall structure. Cycling is a basic form. 4 x 2, 6 x 4, 4 x 4 and 6 x 6 are used to represent the driving characteristics. The previous number represents the total number of wheels (double tire and still count a wheel), and the latter number indicates the number of driving wheels. If all wheels are driven wheels are called all-wheel drive vehicles. The train is made up of a tractor or a bicycle trailer or semi-trailer. Car generally can be divided into the following categories, according to the use cars, buses, freight cars (commonly known as the truck), off-road vehicle, traction motor, dump truck, special vehicles, semi-trailer and special semi-trailer. Profits of socialism and capitalism have substaintial distinction, is it to create value for the society, in order to expand socialist reproduction and improve people's living conditions, is the socialist accumulation and the main source of social consumption funds, is to measure and evaluate enterprises an important indicator of economic activity. (3) monetary benefits -- increase the monetary value of assets. There are both measurable and unquantifiable benefits in these three different forms of income. Among them: mental income is too strong to measure, monetary gain is easy to measure because of the static concept of value change. Economists, therefore, focus only on actual earnings. "The borrower may feel that they are from a rise in the benchmark interest rate in the full impact of ease, but when the highest SVR is priced at 6.08 PC, know some SVRs didn't see a rising interest rates could no comfort. Canning's 1929 book, economics in accounting, cites the economist's view that asset values are determined by the present value of the future cash flows of assets. 304/5000