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I am confused as to what word can you to mean the opposite of a payment (some cash flow that you receive).

Is it "receipt"?

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    You receive a payment that someone else makes.The word is payment for both, but you either make it or receive it depending on which end of the deal you're on – MorganFR Jul 21 '17 at 10:45
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You receive a payment that someone else makes.The word is payment for both, but you either make it or receive it depending on which end of the deal you're on – @MorganFR

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    Hi Vivek and welcome to ELU! If you feel that your question has been answered, you should mark it as solved by awarding a green tick. It doesn't matter if it's on your own answer. – Dog Lover Jul 21 '17 at 11:01
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    @Clare Three things: 1) Please don't blaspheme. 2) That may be so, but I only commented because the fact that the OP answered their own question indicates to me that they are content with the input they received. Furthermore, the tick is not permanent; it can be changed at any time. 3) The OP is a new user, so I wanted to welcome them and help them for the future. There's no COI since it's not my answer, and nowhere did I say that the OP had to do it immediately. There's no guarantee I could have commented the same thing 16 hours later - the post would probably have disappeared from my feed. – Dog Lover Jul 22 '17 at 2:45
  • By the way, if you're copying word-for-word someone's comment, it's polite to mark the answer as community wiki, so you don't earn reputation for other's work. – marcellothearcane Jul 24 '17 at 21:56
  • @marcellothearcane give the user a break. They don't earn rep by accepting their own answer . And we have long accepted the custom that users, newcomers and non, can post answers that replicate answer-comments. Some users choose to make their posts CW, some remember to thank the author of the said comment, which Vivek Patel did, and some just forget. – Mari-Lou A Jul 25 '17 at 7:26

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