Household income drops for 4th straight year

Household income drops for 4th straight year

Newport : WA : USA | Sep 12, 2012 at 8:34 AM PDT
Source: USA Today
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The income of the typical American household fell last year for the fourth consecutive year, the longest sustained period of decline since the early 2000s. Americans are now poorer than they were in 1999 after taking into account how inflation erodes the value of the dollar. FULL ARTICLE AT USA Today
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