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A proposed ‘wealth test’ could favor immigrants who earn 250% above the poverty rate, and it could be one of the Trump administration̵...
The Trump administration has proposed a rule to weigh immigrants' income levels when determining if they will be a burden on American taxpayers, and if they should therefore be prevented from legally immigrating to the United States.
The Republic may not spend as much as other countries on healthcare and education, but the outcomes it achieves in these areas are significant, and better than most.
GoBankingRates released a new study that measures wealth in American cities where residents are considered "rich" earning less than $100,000 annually. The study defined being rich as earning more than 80% of the people in your city.
We estimated the median income for full-time, year-round American workers at each year of age using data from the Census Bureau's 2016 American Community Survey available from the Minnesota Population Center's Integrated Public Use Microdata Series. The results show an interesting pattern.
The cost of living has quickly gone up in these 20 American cities over the past year making it harder for the middle class to live comfortably. The Southwest is becoming more expensive — one major factor in rising expenses is higher gas prices.
According to a Bureau of Economic Analysis report, personal income rose in every state except North Dakota between 2016 and 2017.
Income inequality — the gap between the rich and the poor — is getting bigger in the US. But it's not the same in each state. See how your state stacks up.
We've highlighted the annual household income required to be in the top 50% in 50 major US metro areas, from lowest to highest income needed.
This interactive map of wealth in the US shows that today's economy leaves behind large parts of America.
Rich people earn at least two times the US's median household income. But how much money that takes varies from city to city.