Published October 2000
by United States Government Printing .
Written in English
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Statistics by Form • • • PF • T • • • • • • • All Forms >> Statistics of Income (SOI) About SOI • Dissemination Policy SOI Products and Services • SOI Data Releases Statistical Methodology • All Topics >> Other IRS Data and Research Taxpayer Compliance Research. European social statistics - Income, poverty and social exclusion: 2nd report - Data (PDF) Income, poverty and social exclusion is a topic of general, persistent and increasing interest. This report is aimed at a wide range of users, including policy-makers, the research community and the general public. In , (±) percent of income deﬁcit. The ratio of income to poverty level families were in poverty, down from the (±) shows the number and percent of people with incomes. This series includes information from a sample of filed income tax returns, excluding returns with an adjusted gross income of $, or more, recorded on IRS Forms and A and the associated schedules.
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