Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Earnings"

The meaning of "Earnings" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does His earnings are said to amount to $300,000 a year. mean?
A: It is not confirmed, but it is believed his annual income is three hundred thousand dollars.
Q: What does ​​"get screwed out of my earnings left and right" mean?
A: to be screwed out of something is a rude way to say to be tricked out of it, to have it taken away unfairly, etc

left and right, in this situation, means it's happening a lot, everywhere you go

(earnings is the money you get
from your job)

I'm being tricked out of my money everywhere I go.

Synonyms of "Earnings" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have earnings that cost one dollar. and I have earnings for one dollar. ?
A: in that case the first sentence is correct. The second one should be modified to "I have earrings (that) I bought for a dollar. "
Q: What is the difference between earnings and profits ?
A: Earnings is nothing but what you earn when you sell a good or provide a service. It maybe less than or more or equal to the cost incurred in the beginning.
profits are nothing but excess of revenue over costs

Translations of "Earnings"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? earnings credit
A: Earning should not have S should just be (earning credit)

Other questions about "Earnings"

Q: Natural-resource earnings have entrenched a rent-seeking elite that has created an offshore archipelago of yachts, nightclubs and Caribbean front companies, stifled representative politics and indulged Mr Putin’s megalomaniacal fantasies.

Q. For "stifled, indulged," are these connected with "have entrenched" or "has created"?
A: They are related to the helping verb "have".

As in:

have entrenched, have stifled, and have indulged
Q: He has no earnings except a little income from writer.

Please correct above sentence!
A: Corrected sentence: "He has no earnings except a little income from writing."

A more natural way to say this: "He has no income except what little he makes from writing."
Q: If you're attracted to just earnings of that company, you won't continue your job. Does this sound natural?
A: If you only care about the salary of your job, you wont work there for a long time
Q: my monthly earnings average out to 3000 dollars. Does this sound natural?
A: Income is the TOTAL earnings.
Q: it's inverse proportional to earnings Does this sound natural?
A: It's inversely proportional......

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