# What percentage of households earn 150000?

The answer is about 8% (of households earn 150,000 +). 20% of households earn 100,000+. This is based on:

Table HINC-06. Income Distribution to $250,000 or More for Households: 2007 [Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2008 Annual Social and Economic Supplement. Numbers in thousands. Households as of March of the following year.]

### What percentage of households earn greater than 150000?

The answer depends on the region and, therefore, the currency unit, as well as the period (per day, week, year). And since you have not bothered to provide that crucial bit of information, I cannot provide a more useful answer. It would not surprise me if 100% of Japanese families earn more than 150000 Japanese Yen in a year. At the same time, 0% of UK households earn more than 150000 Pounds Sterling every hour!

### What is the percentage of American households earning two hundred thousand dollars or more per year?

### How much will 150000 earn in 10 years at 10 percent?

If it is simple interest and interest calculated at the end of each year then 150000x10x0.1 = 150000 If it is compound interest and interest calculated at the end of each year then [150000[(1+0.1)]raised to 10] - 150000 which is [150000x(1.1)raised to 10] - 150000 which is 150000x2.59374246 - 150000 which is 389061.37 - 150000 = 239061.37

### What percentage of Americans earn less than 50000 dollars per year?

In 2012, 71% of individuals and 53% of households in the U.S. earned $50,000 or less. For more information, visit the Related Link. As of 2003 55% of American households made less than $50,000 a year. Two factors to consider in this number is that households is often the combined income of two people, and that we've just come out of a massive recession. So if you're looking for a percentage of households it reasonable…

### What percentage of Americans make over 100k?

US Census Bureau Document S1901, entitled INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (IN 2010 INFLATION-ADJUSTED DOLLARS), shows 11.8% of households having an income of $100,000-149,999, 4.2% making $150,000-$199,999, and 3.9% making over $200,000. For non-family households, only 5.1% earn from $100,000-$149,999, 1.5% earn from $150,000-$199,999, and 1.4% earn over $200,000. Summing these percentages, we find that 19.9% of households make $100,000 or more, and 8% of non-family households earn over $100,000 per year. Notes: The…

### What percentage of households in 1998 were made up of married couples with children?

Married couples comprised 78 percent of households in 1950, but this percentage dropped dramatically over the next forty years to a mere 53 percent in 1998. Also, the average size of American households has decreased over the recent years. About 57 percent of American households now only house one or two people, compared to an average of about 3.1 people in 1970 (USDS, 2001).