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Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2016 dollars)Household
Adj. Income
RankFamily
Adj. Income
Rank
2016$52,31436$66,03234
2015$51,16936$63,96235
2014$50,12934$61,62035
2013$48,96735$61,22635
2012$49,10433$61,25434
2011$49,54932$60,97633
% Change 2011 to 2016 5.6 %408.3 %23

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS

Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2016 dollars)Adj. ValueRank
2016$56,09433
2015$52,63934
2014$48,72438
2013$50,95232
2012$48,25138
2011$47,42241
2010$50,98533
2000$56,95629
1995$52,57628
1990$49,44836
% Change 1990 to 2016 13.4 %14

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Quarterly Earnings and Income over Time 2017 Adjusted Dollars
(Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted)
Earnings by Place of Work
Adj. ($000,000)
RankPersonal Income by
Place of Residence
Adj. ($000,000)
Rank
2017:4213,115,47119297,812,31720
2017:3211,298,89119294,992,79718
2017:2209,529,97219292,923,42019
2017:1210,326,48319292,033,25619
2016:4211,490,78619295,222,36619
2016:3211,144,64219294,510,39919
2016:2208,060,79619291,307,18219
2016:1203,885,40019286,774,33919
2015:4207,631,49219291,393,40119
2015:3202,722,96519286,440,33019
2015:2201,354,43319285,137,96119
2015:1198,565,67319281,792,48018
2014:4200,319,26319281,575,47418
2014:3197,703,94119277,765,79818
2014:2196,690,94119275,061,56317
2014:1195,305,49419271,014,79317
% Change 2014:1 to 2017:49.1 %239.9 %23

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Per Capita Personal IncomeNumberRankPercent of U.S.
Per Capita Income - 2017 $44,1653587.6 %
Per Capita Income - 2007 (adj. for inflation)$39,8604284.7 %
Per Capita Income - 1997 (adj. for inflation)$36,0533392.0 %
Per Capita Income - 1987 (adj. for inflation)$31,3353290.0 %
10-Year % change10.8 %6
20-Year % change22.5 %43
30-Year % change40.9 %40

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Personal Income in 2017Amount
($000)
5-Year Adj. % ChangeRank
Total Earnings by Place of Work$211,067,7119.9 %21
Minus:     Contributions for government social insurance$23,965,18126.1 %22
  Personal contributions for government social insurance$12,878,24644.5 %27
  Employer contributions for government social insurance$11,086,9359.9 %21
Plus:       Adjustment for residence$5,258,32112.0 %17
Equals:    Net Earnings by Place of Residence$192,360,8518.2 %20
Plus:       Dividends, rent, interest$44,482,5018.7 %28
Plus:       Transfer payments$57,597,10310.3 %30
Equals:   Personal Income by Place of Residence$294,440,4558.7 %21

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (*adj = Adjusted for Inflation)

Annual Earnings and Income over Time 2017 Adjusted DollarsEarnings by Place of Work
Adj. ($000)
RankPersonal Income by
Place of Residence
Adj. ($000)
Rank
2017211,067,71119294,440,45519
2016208,645,40619291,953,57119
2015202,568,64119286,191,04319
2014197,504,91019276,354,40718

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

State and Local Revenue in 2015Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$51,767,01717100.0% $7,83138
  Intergovernment$11,971,2131623.1 %25$1,81136
  Own-Source$39,795,8041876.9 %27$6,02033
    Total Tax$25,388,7481949.0 %32$3,84137
      Property Tax$6,453,3352112.5 %39$97638
      General Sales Tax$7,279,6041514.1 %15$1,10124
      Individual Income Tax$6,450,9781712.5 %27$97629
      Corporate Net Income Tax$903,572161.7 %22$13727
      Other Taxes$4,301,259198.3 %34$65142
    Total Charges$10,861,9021621.0 %10$1,64317
    Own-Source General$3,545,154206.8 %31$53640

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State and Local Expenditures in 2015Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$49,145,26318100.0% $7,43441
  Intergovernment$3,289160.0 %11$018
  Direct$49,141,97418100.0 %1$7,43441
    Elementary and Secondary Ed.$9,764,2091919.9 %35$1,47744
    Public Welfare$11,518,1031723.4 %17$1,74226
    Higher Ed.$5,862,7271511.9 %14$88726
    Health and Hospitals$5,687,0501511.6 %11$86018
    Corrections$1,010,247222.1 %33$15347
    Police$1,210,375252.5 %45$18350
    Highways$2,710,092205.5 %36$41042
    Interest$2,058,371164.2 %9$31119
    Other$9,320,8002319.0 %37$1,41046

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Local Revenue in 2015Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$26,947,99918100.0% $4,07633
  Intergovernment$10,292,6331738.2 %20$1,55724
  Own-Source$16,655,3661761.8 %31$2,51934
    Total Tax$7,989,0982429.6 %45$1,20943
      Property Tax$6,444,5012023.9 %37$97536
      Individual Income Tax$1,218,00274.5 %7$1847
      Other Taxes$326,595351.2 %45$4946
    Total Charges$7,330,3281227.2 %6$1,10910
    Own-Source General$1,335,940175.0 %22$20227

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Local Expenditures in 2015Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$24,147,88819100.0% $3,65339
  Intergovernment$7,367290.0 %33$135
  Direct$24,140,52119100.0 %1$3,65239
    Elementary and Secondary Ed.$9,764,2091940.4 %34$1,47743
    Public Welfare$64,803330.3 %37$1040
    Higher Ed.$591330.0 %31$033
    Health and Hospitals$4,985,210720.6 %5$7548
    Corrections$382,551231.6 %20$5832
    Police$993,503264.1 %45$15049
    Highways$965,755204.0 %33$14640
    Interest$1,051,227144.4 %10$15916
    Other$5,932,6722124.6 %37$89740

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State Revenue in 2015Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$34,830,13217100.0% $5,26933
  Intergovernment$11,689,6941633.6 %24$1,76832
  Own-Source$23,140,4381866.4 %26$3,50136
    Total Tax$17,399,6501750.0 %17$2,63229
      Property Tax$8,834290.0 %30$132
      General Sales Tax$7,279,6041120.9 %8$1,10110
      Individual Income Tax$5,232,9761915.0 %28$79232
      Corporate Net Income Tax$903,572152.6 %21$13726
      Other Taxes$3,974,6641711.4 %29$60136
    Total Charges$3,531,5742210.1 %30$53435
    Own-Source General$2,209,214236.3 %37$33440

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State Expenditures in 2015Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$34,549,58917100.0% $5,22637
  Intergovernment$9,548,1361627.6 %14$1,44424
  Direct$25,001,4531672.4 %36$3,78240
    Public Welfare$11,453,3001633.2 %11$1,73324
    Higher Ed.$5,862,1361217.0 %7$88717
    Health and Hospitals$701,840352.0 %49$10650
    Corrections$627,696231.8 %43$9546
    Police$216,872240.6 %36$3342
    Highways$1,744,337185.0 %32$26438
    Interest$1,007,144152.9 %12$15218
    Other$3,388,128239.8 %40$51340

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Unemployment Insurance Tax in 2018NumberRank
Wage Base$9,50037
New Employer Rate %2.50%
Minimum Rate0.50%19
Maximum Rate7.40%24

Note: For Rhode Island, there is a range provided for the wage base. Please refer to the source (www.oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/content/sigpros/2010-2019/July2013.pdf).
Source: U.S. Department of Labor