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Domestic Income Distribution per Federal Reserve Bank, Consmer Finance Survey, Table 1, Before-tax family income, 2001–10 surveysNew Domestic Income Distribution

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2010 Average (or Mean)
Household Income
Sorted By
Income Percentile [1]
2010 Average Household Income2010 Average Household Income Percentage (computed)Below 2010 Gross Domestic Income Distribution (in trillions)New Generational Household Income After Generational Capitalistic Competition Sorted By Income PercentileNew Generational Household IncomeNew Generational Household Income PercentageNew Below 2010 Domestic Income Distribution (in trillions)Lower 90% Household Gain in IncomeUpper 10% Household Loss in Income

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Lowest 20% Household Income$12,9002.07%$0.30Lowest 20% (or Youngest) Income$20,7464.76%$0.69$7,846

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Next 20% Household Income$27,9004.47%$0.65Next 20% Generational Income$41,4939.52%$1.38$13,593

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Next 20% Household Income$46,3007.42%$1.08Next 20% Generational Income$62,23914.29%$2.08$15,939

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Next 20% Household Income$73,60011.79%$1.71Next 20% Generational Income$82,98519.05%$2.77$9,385

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Next 10% Household Income$114,60018.36%$2.67Next 10% Generational Income$103,73223.81%$3.46-$10,868

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Highest 10% Household Income$349,00055.90%$8.12Highest 10% (or Oldest) Income$124,47828.57%$4.15-$224,522

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Gross Domestic Income100%$14.53100.00%$14.53$46,764

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Understand, for example, that were lower 80% households to create their own generational town banks, and related generational town businesses, in generational capitalistic competition with upper 20% households over 12 years, then each lower 80% household will gain $46,764 more income (on average, distributed above, by generation) in addition to their present household income. Consequently, upper 10% income would then equal $124,478 per household, not $349,000. Most importantly, differences between lowest 20% income (or youngest generational income above) and highest 10% income (or oldest generational income above) would then only represent investment time differences between generational investment accounts (above); that is, as "measured" according to your 1 of 72 levels of experience (or tested training, anf related worktime, over your 72-year average lifetime) by industry, occupation, and workplace (or business resume), retroactively reconciled to gross domestic income, as follows: [2]

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Gross Domestic Income

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Income Accounts per BEA (renamed for clarity, in trillions) [3]Gross Domestic Income (or GDI) [4]Domestic Income PercentageGross Income Percentage

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Individual Employee Wages$6.3143.43%

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Business Gross Income$5.2336.01%45.33%

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Gross Private Income (or Value Added)$11.5479.44%

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Individual Employee Wages$1.6711.50%

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Business Gross Income [5]$1.329.05%44.04%

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Gross Public Income (or Taxes Added)$2.9920.56%

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Gross Domestic Income (or GDI) above$14.53100.00%
[1] 2010 Consumer Finance Survey, Table 1. Before-tax family income, 2001–10 surveys at http://www.federalreserve.gov/pubs/bulletin/2012/pdf/scf12.pdf
[2] "Capitalistic Competition" defined at: https://docs.google.com/a/strategicinternationalsystems.com/document/pub?id=1mKKLMTIyvRCLK2ppPj_GDjdieCvJnATaZaCmlajubWU
[3] From VA By Components-Industry (above) per BEA.
[4] All income accounts are cash-basis accounting, not accrual-basis.
[5] Sum of government gross operating profit plus taxes on production less subsidies (per BEA); all of which is profit after payment of public employee wages (above). See VA By Components (above) for account reclassifcations.