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June 1, 2007

How many 35-44 year olds had annual incomes between $30,000 and $40,000 in inflation-adjusted U.S. dollars in 1995? And how much did they collectively rake in?

It's answering questions like these that has led us to develop our latest tool, which keys you right into the numbers we've been running in our ongoing analysis of the shifts of income by age group in the United States between 1995 and 2005. Now, instead of squinting at our charts to try to read the data they hold, you can generate them directly!

We've initially set up our tool to look at 1995 and 2005, although we may add more years later. All dollar values have been adjusted for inflation and are expressed in 2004 U.S. dollars.

Input Data Values
Select Year of Interest
Select Age Range
Lower Limit of Income Range
Upper Limit of Income Range

Estimated Population and Income Data within Income Range
Calculated Results Values
Number of Income Earners
Total Accumulated Income
Average Income of Income Earners

We did make one change from our previous analysis - our default settings are such that instead of looking at $100 intervals in the range from $0 to $95,000 in performing the total income calculation, we're now looking at $10 increments as we've streamlined the coding to speed the calculations. This change accounts for the differences from the results the tool will provide compared to what we've previously posted. Speaking of which....

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