Money Income

Money Income

The dollar amount of income, without regard for purchasing power, inflation, or other factors that may affect an income's value. See also: Real Income, New York Dollar.
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A suburb of both Detroit and Ann Arbor, per capita money income for the township was 107%, 135% and 139% of the county, state and nation in 2000.
Money income at the national level is presented annually both on a per capita basis and on a median household basis; median money income for states from the Current Population Survey is presented annually as 2-year and 3-year averages.
The data include the number of returns (which approximates the number of households); the number of personal exemptions (which approximates the population); and total "adjusted gross income" (starting with Filing Year 1995); total money income and median total money income (for Filing Years 1993 through 1994).
It's no secret that the majority of the $601 billion in earned money income by black households in 2001 was spent on everything from rent and groceries to computers and cars--with very little of these earnings saved or invested.
The variables used from the PSID family data are the interview number, total family money income,(2) and family weight (the core weights for the sample, which excludes the new Latino sample for 1990-92, code v18943 in 1990).
Wealth and income levels are high, with per capita money income 195.
Per-capita money income and median household income for the county are 122.
Adjustments to the BEA measure of personal income to make it conceptually similar to the Census Bureau measure of money income account for 0.
The total money income of African Americans continues to grow and is approaching the $600 billion mark.
In fact, per capita money income levels of 132% of New Jersey and 174% of the U.
The CPS questions on income relate to money income only (that is, they exclude all noncash income items, such as food stamps and employer-provided health insurance, as well as any capital gains), before deductions for Federal, State, and local taxes are applied.
The city's per capita money income equals 107% and 113% of the state and national figures, respectively.