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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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 study controls for father's and mother's educational qualifications, examining the impact of money income rather than needs-adjusted income, and exploring whether income effects differ for native German children and children from households headed by foreigners (guestworkers).
Differential patterns of change in household money income distributions for different age groups during the 1990s require an expansion of previous analyses.
As a result, the village's per capita money income level rose to 276% of the state average and 295% of the national average in 1999, from 258% and 272%, respectively, in 1989.
Three of the most widely used measures of household income are BEA's measure of personal income, the Census Bureau's measure of money income, and the Internal Revenue Service's measure of adjusted gross income of individuals.
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).
The total money income of African Americans continues to grow and is approaching the $600 billion mark.
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).
The city's estimated 2006 population of 19,497 maintains a 1999 per capita money income of $59,314, which equates to 268% and 275% of state and national averages, respectively.
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 data include the number of returns (which approximates the number of house holds); the number of personal exemptions (which approximates the population); total "adjusted gross income'" and "'median adjusted gross income" (starting with Filing Year 1996); total money income and median total money income (for Filing Years 1993 through 1996).
Over the past three decades, the growth in black purchasing power has been extraordinary, with total money income for African Americans approaching the $600 billion mark.