Income is flat

By Peter Coy, Matthew Philips, and Nick Summers

PHOTO ILLUSTRATION Emily Keegin and Tracy Ma

The median U.S. household saw a 0.2 percent increase in income from January 2009 to August 2012. The increase, which does not account for the effect of inflation, covers all kinds of income, including interest and dividends, while excluding noncash sources such as food stamps and Medicaid.


JAN. 2009 $50,590


AUG. 2012 $50,678

SOURCE Sentier Research


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