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Chart of the Day: Household Income Finally Beats 1999 Record

The Census Bureau has finally gotten around to calculating household income for 2016, and the news is good: adjusted for inflation, income was up 3.2 percent last year. In fact, household income is now at an all-time high: And now for the buzzkill portion of this post: this means household income has increased a whopping […]
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