Differentiate Income and Wealth

One main difference between income and wealth is which: (w) wealth is inherited, income is earned. (x) income generates wealth, wealth cannot generate income. (y) all income is subject to taxation, most wealth is not. (z) wealth is a stock variable, income is a flow variable.

Can anybody suggest me the proper explanation for given problem regarding Economics generally?

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