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Ontario: Distribution of Family Income by Couple Families, 2010-2015

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Geography:Ontario
Account:Income, Consumption and Leisure
Information:Distribution of Family Income by Couple Families, 2010-2015
Selected Number of Children: Total
Data Source:Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit, based on Canada Customs and Revenue Agency summary information as provided by Income Statistics Division, Statistics Canada.
Copyright:Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Figures may not add to total due to independent rounding.

All income amounts are gross, with the exception of rental income, limited partnership income and all forms of self-employment income.

Using Census definitions of family types (which include couple families, lone-parent families and non-family persons). Beginning in 2000, Statistics Canada began using the term Couple Families for Husband-Wife Families. Couple Families include same sex common-law families.

Couple Family
Consists of a couple living together (whether married or common law) at the same address, and any children living at the same address; taxfiling children must report a marital status other than married. Previous to the 1998 data, taxfiling children had to report “single” as their marital status. Beginning in 2000, same-sex couples reporting as couples are counted as couple families. See also Census families.
Census Families
This definition of the family classifies people in the following manner: 1) husbands and wives (married or common law) living in the same dwelling, with or without children (children of any age who report "single" as their marital status, or imputed children); 2) lone parents (male or female) with one or more children. Thus, the residual population is called "non-family persons" and is made up of persons living alone and of persons living in a household but who are not immediate relatives of other household members.

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  2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015

Family Income
Total3,073,980 3,104,350 3,125,810 3,156,030 3,192,230 3,218,890
<$10,00086,560 82,790 85,560 84,320 79,850 76,850
10,000+2,987,420 3,021,550 3,040,250 3,071,700 3,112,380 3,142,040
15,000+2,943,020 2,980,050 2,999,430 3,031,560 3,074,390 3,106,880
20,000+2,883,870 2,923,820 2,945,310 2,979,020 3,026,070 3,062,430
25,000+2,802,800 2,846,430 2,871,670 2,907,580 2,958,530 2,999,880
30,000+2,690,310 2,735,080 2,763,780 2,801,930 2,858,880 2,917,310
35,000+2,571,320 2,616,000 2,646,940 2,687,030 2,745,470 2,805,800
40,000+2,451,990 2,496,260 2,528,670 2,569,700 2,628,760 2,692,550
45,000+2,329,520 2,375,690 2,410,610 2,452,700 2,513,300 2,579,360
50,000+2,207,350 2,255,370 2,292,490 2,336,550 2,397,350 2,466,090
60,000+1,966,470 2,017,870 2,059,420 2,105,640 2,169,120 2,238,840
70,000+1,736,020 1,790,460 1,834,920 1,883,050 1,947,700 2,018,860
75,000+1,624,650 1,680,240 1,726,500 1,775,600 1,839,580 1,911,070
80,000+1,516,730 1,572,870 1,620,580 1,670,200 1,733,790 1,805,340
90,000+1,311,390 1,369,510 1,417,720 1,467,640 1,530,620 1,600,480
100,000+1,124,950 1,182,680 1,230,540 1,279,570 1,340,670 1,408,960
150,000+493,780 536,420 570,750 608,720 649,770 700,190
200,000+223,500 246,540 265,690 287,950 309,420 340,410
250,000+121,890 133,920 142,970 154,760 164,710 183,330
 
Median Income$79,100 $81,000 $82,800 $84,500 $86,700 $89,600

Notes:

Figures may not add to total due to independent rounding.

All income amounts are gross, with the exception of rental income, limited partnership income and all forms of self-employment income.

Using Census definitions of family types (which include couple families, lone-parent families and non-family persons). Beginning in 2000, Statistics Canada began using the term Couple Families for Husband-Wife Families. Couple Families include same sex common-law families.

Source: Compiled by the Community Accounts Unit, based on Canada Customs and Revenue Agency summary information as provided by Income Statistics Division, Statistics Canada.

Copyright: Newfoundland & Labrador Statistics Agency
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador

Data last updated on January 17, 2017

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