people often use the word "rich" to mean someone who has a high income, regardless of their assets, cash flow or net worth. is there a more appropriate word? or is the phrase "high incoming earner" as good as it gets?
e.g. "the tax concerns of a rich person are distinct from the tax concerns of a high income individual."
update: i have accepted "lucrative", and intend to use it to contrast "lucrative people" and "rich people". i think a nice runner up is "high earner", and h.e.n.r.y. is a pleasant sidenote.
thanks everyone for the help :)