2012 vs. 2013: U.S. Estimated Household Income Changes by ZIP Code

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Estimated average household income changed considerably for many regions over the twelve month period beginning in June 2012. Households in the central and mid-west regions saw the most shake-up in estimated income while east coast households were fairly stable.

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Source: Income360® (June 2012 and June 2013), an estimate of household income from investments plus wage income


Between June 2012 and June 2013:

  • The average estimated household income rose 7.8%, from $80,906 to $87,212
  • The percent of households with average estimated incomes greater than $200K rose from 3.1% to 3.5%
  • The percent of households with average estimated incomes less than $50K decreased from 32.5% to 30.9%


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