Transaction accounts owned by U.S. families 2013, by income percentile

The statistic presents the percentage of families in the United States owning transaction accounts in 2013, by income percentile. In the 20th to 39.9th income percentile category, 90.8 percent of families owned transaction accounts in 2013.

Percentage of families owning transaction accounts in the United States in 2013, by income percentile

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Release date

December 2014


United States

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Supplementary notes

Note: Percentiles of income distribution in 2013 dollars: 20th: $23,300; 40th: $40,500; 60th: $63,100; 80th: $104,500; 90th: $154,600. Percentile: A value on a scale of zero to 100 that indicates the percent of a distribution that is equal to or below it.
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