On this page is a household income percentile calculator for the United States in 2023. Enter pre-tax (gross) household income between January and December 2022 to compare to household income percentiles in the full year.
Find the methodology in the United States average income, median income, and income percentile post.
Household Income Percentile Statistics in 2023
Below, see what the household income brackets looked like for the 10th, 25th, 50th, 75th, 90th, 95th, and 99th – top 1% – percentiles in 2023 vs. 2022:
Across the board, most household income percentiles were lower (adjusted for inflation) in 2023 versus 2022. Household real median and average income wasn't this low since 2019.
What was the United States average household income?
In 2023, average household income in the United States was $106,270.90.
What was the United States median household income?
In 2023, median household income in the United States was $74,202.
How many US households made $100,000 or more in 2023?
In 2023, 37.43% of households or around 49,281,397 households made a six-figure income.
How many US households made $250,000 or More in 2023?
About 9,617,339 households or 7.30% of all US households made $250,000 or more in 2022.
What was the top 10% household income percentile in 2023?
The threshold to be in the top 10% of household incomes in 2023 in the United States was $216,056.
What was the top 5% household income percentile in 2023?
The threshold to be in the top 5% of household incomes in 2023 in the United States was $295,020.
What is the top one percent household income in the US in 2023?
In 2023, the threshold for a household to be top 1% was $591,550 in earnings.
See our one percent in America article for more. Net worth is a better take on the one percent, although often one-percenter refers to income.
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Source and Methodology on the 2023 Household Income Percentile Calculator
Sarah Flood, Miriam King, Renae Rodgers, Steven Ruggles, J. Robert Warren and Michael Westberry. Integrated Public Use Microdata Series, Current Population Survey: Version 10.0 [dataset]. Minneapolis, MN: IPUMS, 2022. https://doi.org/10.18128/D030.V10.0
See the household income bracket article for details on methodology – but household is easier to screen for than individual income.
Want to see a past edition? Here are the archived household income calculators:
- 2022 US Household Income Calculator
- 2021 US Household Income Calculator
- 2020 US Household Income Calculator
- 2019 US Household Income Calculator
- 2018 US Household Income Calculator
- 2017 US Household Income Calculator
- 2016 US Household Income Calculator
Also, we have a household income by year post. Try that one first (it does inflation adjustments for you).