September 18, 2013

Income Trends and Gaps

The typical American household had 9% less income in 2012 than it did 13 years earlier, according to Census Bureau data released Sept. 17 (all figures adjusted for inflation). For other key findings from the bureau’s annual release of income and poverty data, read more at FactTank.

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