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An unconditional living income (ULI) is income that is unconditional and also enough to live on.


  • someone with sufficiently large stock investments that they can live off the dividends or interest
  • someone living on revenue from a trust fund
  • retirement salary or Social Security payments, if this is enough to live on
  • national unconditional living income: living income received by all citizens of a country




  • Wikipedia: no corresponding page as of 2014-04-12