The 20 (th) to 25 (th) percentile of workers receive the largest increase in after-tax income
, with over a 10 percent increase.
, after-rent income and total expenditure all had an independent inverse relationship with food insecurity in the fully adjusted models.
This pool represents an accumulation of after-tax income
taxed at the general rate.
Compare that with the average after-tax income
of the middle fifth of the population, which rose a modest 15 percent, or $5,700, over the same period, reaching $43,700 in 2002.
This paper examined the distribution of the total effective tax rates, the share of after-tax income
, and the amount of after-tax income
among the bottom, middle, and highest household income quintiles, as well as the top one percent, by presidential administration between 1981 and 2000.
In 2000, the 2.8 million people who made up the top 1 percent of the population received more total after-tax income
than did the 110 million people who made up the bottom 40 percent.
The after-tax income
for the average Norwegian household had decreased by 1% in real values after many years of growth, according to the agency.
If, however, the right question is about the distribution of after-tax incomes
, the intuitively fair thing might be to cut taxes so that taxpayers at all income levels enjoyed the same percentage increase in after-tax income
However, earnings were down 15.1% to $48.5 million from $57.1 million after excluding various onetime gains, credits, charges and losses that reduced after-tax income
by a net of $1.35 million in fiscal 2002 and by $12.2 million in fiscal 2001.
Although the share of pre-tax income for the middle three quintiles declined, lower effective tax rates and robust income growth resulted in higher average after-tax income
in 1997 than in 1979.
Sponsored by SPI's Financial Management Committee, the 39th annual survey of SPI member processing companies measures financial and operating ratios such as assets and liabilities, net sales, pretax and after-tax income
, cost of sales, overhead, depreciation, inventory, and administrative expenses.
Consumer Expenditure Survey data from 1960 to 1996 are used to examine trends in real consumption, real after-tax income
, market work time, and real after-tax wages for single-earner and dual-earner households.