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TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



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COMPILED FROM THE RETURNS FOR 1918 
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 
COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1921 



TREASURY DEPARTMENT 

UNITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE 



STATISTICS OF INCOME 



COMPILED FROM THE RETURNS FOR 1918 
UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE 

COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1921 



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CONTENTS 



Official transmittal 5 

Personal income-tax returns 5 

Text tables — 

Simple and cumulative distributioii of personal returns, by income 

classes, calendar year 1918 6 

Distribution of .personal returna by States and Territories, calendar 

year 1918 7 

Classification by sex and family relationship 8 

Text table — Distribution of personal returns, by sex and family rela 

tionship, calendar year 1918 8 

Income exempt from normal tax 8 

Text table — Net income exempt from and amount subject to normal 

tax, personal returns, calendar year 1918 8 

Service, business, and property as sources of income 8 

Text table — Distribution by sources, personal income, calendar year 

1918 9 

Income from service, business, and property by income classes 9 

Text tables- 
Distribution of personal income from service, business, and prop- 
erty, by income classes, calendar year 1918 9 

Distribution of personal income by sources and by income classes, 
showing the proportionate amount from each source, expressed 

in percentages, calendar year 1918 10 

Income from business 10 

Text table — Income reported fr'om business pursuits, calendar year 1918 . 11 

Partnerships and personal service corporations 11 

Text table — Returns of partnerships and personal service corporations, 

calendar year 1918 11 

Corporation income-tax returns 12 

Corporation income distributed by industrial groups 13 

Text table — Distribution of corporation income by industrial groups, 
and into those reporting net income and those reporting no net in- 
come, calendar year 1918 13-14 

Income and deductions 15 

Text tables- 
Distribution of corporation income by industrial groups and by natm'e 

of deductions, calendar year 1918 15-16 

Corporation income and deductions by industrial groups, showing 
amounts returned expressed in percentages, calendar year 1918 . . 17 

Income on Federal obligations not exempt from tax 17 

Income wholly exempt from tax 17 

Corporation returns distributed by income classes 18 

Text table — Corporation returns distributed by income classes, calen- 
dar year 1918 18 

Income returns by states 18 

Combined personal and corporation income and tax 18 

Text table — Personal and coi-poration income and tax by States and 

Territories, calendar year 1918 19 

Progress op income taxation 20 

Text tables — 

Personal returns, number filed for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, 

by income classes 20 

Personal returns, net income reported for calendar years 1918, 1917, 

and 1916, by income classes 20 

Personal retm^ns, tax yield for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, 

by income classes 21 

Personal returns, average tax and average rate of tax per individual, 
calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by income classes 21 



4 CONTENTS. 

Progress of income taxation — Continued. 

Text tables— Continued. Page. 

Personal returns, number filed for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 

1916, by States and Territories 22 

Personal returns, net income reported for calendar years 1918, 1917, 

and 1916, by States and Territories 23 

Personal returns, tax yield for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, 

by States and Territories 24 

Personal returns, income by sources for calendar years 1918, 1917, 

and 1916 25 

Corporation retiu-ns, number filed for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 

1916, by States and Territories 26 

Corporation returns, net income reported for calendar years 1918, 1917, 

and 1916, by States and Territories , 27 

Corporation returns, tax yield for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, 

by States and Territories 28 

Summary of income reported by years 28-30 

basic tables. 

Personal income tables — Nos. 1-9 — 
Distribution of income by States — 

1 . For the United States 32-33 

Distribution by income classes — 

2. For the United States. 34-35 

Simple and cumulative distribution by income classes — 

3. For the United States 36-37 

Sex and family relationship — Distribution by States — 

4. For the United States 38-39 

Sex and family relationship — Distribution by income classes — 

5. For the United States 40-41 

Distribution of income by sources and by States — 

6. For the United States 42-43 

Distribution of income by sources and by income classes — 

7. For the United States 44-45 

Distribution by income classes — 

8. By States and Territories - 46-80 

Number of returns by income classes and by States and Territories, calendar 

years 1918, 1917, and 1916— 

9. For the United States 81-89 

Corporation income tables — Nos. 10-13 

Distribution by States — 

10. For the United States 92-93 

Distribution by industries — 

11. For the United States 94-101 

Distribution by income classes — 

12. By industrial groups 102-112 

Distribution by industrial groups — 

13. By States and Territories 113-150 



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STATISTICS OF INCOME, CALENDAR YEAR 1918. 



Tkeasury Department, 
Office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 

Washington, D. C, Decentber 23, 1920. 
Hon. David F. Houston, 

Secretary of the Terasury. 
Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith the following statistical 
report of economic data compiled from the retm^ns of net income 
(individual, corporation, and partnership) filed for the calendar year 
ended December 31, 1918. 

PERSONAL INCOME-TAX RETURNS. 

The number of personal returns filed as of the calendar year ended 
December 31, 1918, was 4,425,114. The total amount of net income 
reported by these returns was $15. 924,639,355, and the tax (normal 
tax and surtax) amounted to $1,127,721,835. The average amount 
of tax per individual was $254.85, and the average tax rate 7.08 per 
cent. As compared with 1917, the above figures show a growth of 
952,224 in the number of returns filed, and an increase in the total 
net income reported amounting to $2,272,256,148, likewise an 
increase of $436,228,881 in the total tax. 

The following table shows, by income classes, the distribution of 
the personal returns, giving the number of returns filed, the amount 
of net income, and the tax yield; also cumulative totals and relative 
percentages. 

The distribution of the returns reporting net income not in excess 
of $5,000 was based on a comprehensive study and analysis of the 
data obtained from a sufficient number of such returns filed in each 
collection district to have constituted a fair average sample of the 
total. 



6 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



Simple and cumulative distribution of personal returns, by income classes, calendw 

year 1918. 

[Extract from Table 3.] 





Retmns. 


Income classes. 


Simple distribution. Cumulative distribution. 


Cumulative per- 
centages. 




Number in 
each class. 


Per cent 
of total. 


Over the class 
below. 


Under the class 
above. 


Over the 
class 
below. 


Under 
the class 
above. 


$1,000 to $2,000 


1,516,938 

1,496,878 

932,336 

319,356 

116,569 

28,542 

9,996 

2,358 

1,514 

382 

178 

67 


34.28 
33.83 
21.06 
7.22 
2.63 
.65 
.23 
.05 
.035 
.009 
.004 
.002 


4,425,114 

2,908,176 

1,411,298 

478,962 

159,606 

43,037 

14,495 

4,499 

2,141 

627 

245 

67 


1,516,938 
3,013,816 
3,946,152 
4,265,508 
4,382,077 
4,410,619 
4,420,615 
4,422,973 
4,424,487 
4,424,869 
4,425,047 
4,425,114 


100.00 
65.72 
31.89 
10.83 
3.61 
.98 
.33 
.10 
.05 
.015 
.006 
.002 


34 28 


$2,000 to $3,000 


68.11 


$3,000 to $5,000 


89 17 


$5,000 to $10,000 


96.39 


$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to $500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 and over 


99.02 
99.67 
99.90 
99.95 
99.985 
99.994 
99.998 
100. OCO 


Total 


4,425,114 


100.00 























Net income. 


Income classes. 


Simple distribution. 


Cumulative distribution. 


Cumulative per- 
centages. 




Amomit in 
each class. 


Per cent 
of total. 


Over the class 
below. 


Under the class 
above. 


Over the 
class 
below. 


Under 
the class 
above. 


$1,000 to $2,000 


$2,232,354,577 

3,626,824,833 

3,535,219,007 

2,145,690,016 

1,736,548,050 

978,042,710 

679,720,737 

284,106,740 

305,024,817 

144,545,428 

119,075.548 

137,486,892 


14.02 

22.78 

22.20 

13.47 

10.90 

6.14 

4.27 

1.78 

1.92 

.91 

.75 

.86 


$15,924,639,355 

13,692,284,778 

10,065,459,945 

6,530,240,938 

4,384,550,922 

2,648,002,872 

1,669,960,162 

990,239,425 

706,132,685 

401,107,868 

256,562,440 

137,486,892 


$2,232,354,577 
5,859,179,410 
9,394,398,417 
11,540,088,433 
13,276,636,483 
14,254,679,193 
14,934,399,930 
15,218,506,670 
15,523,531,487 
15,668,076,915 
15,787,152,463 
15,924,639,355 


100.00 

85.98 

63.20 

41.00 

27.53 

16.63 

10.49 

6.22 

4.44 

2.52 

1.61 

.86 


14.02 


$2,000 to $3,000 


36.80 


$3,000 to $5,000 


59.00 


$5,000 to $10,000 


72.47 


$10,000 to .$25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $300,000 

$300,000 to .$500,000 

$500,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 and over 


83.37 
89.51 
93.78 
95.56 
97.48 
98.39 
99.14 
100.00 


Total 


15,924,S89,355 


100.00 























Tax (normal tax and surtax). 


Income classes. . 


Simple distribution. 


Cumulative distribution. 


Cumulative per- 
centages. 




Amount in each 
class. 


Per cent 
of total. 


•Over the class 
below. 


Under the class 
above. 


Over the 
class 
below. 


Under 
the class 
above. 


$1,000 to $2,000... 


$26,481,602 
35,415,344 
82,928,720 
93,057,963 
142,448,679 
130,240,648 
147,428,655 
95,680,001 
136,155,916 
79.164,847 
69,834,148 
88,885,249 


2.35 
3.14 
7.35 
8.25 
12.63 
11.55 
13.07 
8.48 
12.07 
7.03 
6.19 
7.89 


$1,127,721,835 

1,101,240,233 

1,065,824,889 

982,896,169 

889,838,206 

747,389,527 

617,148,879 

469,720,224 

374,040,160 

237,884,244 

158,719,397 

88.885,249 


$26,481,602 

61,896,946 

144,825,666 

237,883,629 

380,332,308 

510,572,956 

658,001,611 

753,681.675 

889.837,591 

969,002.438 

1,038.836,586 

1,127,721,835 


100.00 
97.65 
94.51 
87.16 
78.91 
66.28 
54.73 
41.66 
33.18 
21.11 
14.08 
7.89 


2.35 


$2,000 to .$3,000 


5.49 


$3,000 to $5,000 


12.84 


$5,000 to $10,000 


21.09 


$10,000 to $2,5,000 

$25,000 to .S.50, 000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to .$1.50,000 

$1.50,000 to .?300,000 

$300,000 to $.500,000 

$.500,000 to $1,000,000 

$1,000,000 and over 


33.72 
45.27 
58.34 
60.82 
78.89 
85.92 
92.11 
100.00 


Total 


1,127,721,835 


100.00 





















STATISTICS OF INCOME. 7 

The distribution of the personal returns by States and Territories 
is exhibited in the following table, in which are shown, for each State, 
the number of retuins filed, the amoimt of net income, and the tax 
yield; also relative percentages. 

Distribution of personal returns, by States and Territories, calendar year 1918. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas '. . 

CaUfomia .^ 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois _j, 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York „^ 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio .^ 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania ,^ 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Nonresident aliens and citizens 
residing abroad 

Total 



Number 
of re- 
turns. 



38,988 

7,606 

13,701 

20,612 

206,471 
54,160 
86,489 
10,239 
43,776 
19, 102 
39,073 
4,242 
19,249 

366,918 

104,581 

118,933 
64,794 
47,098 
33,432 
25,104 
87,085 

209,786 

135, 349 
84,515 
19,949 

110,890 

34,464 

96,049 

7,097 

117,317 

185,706 
13,084 

559,753 
21,738 
29,120 

306,918 
46,818 
34,592 

518,729 
32,921 
20,239 
45,505 
38,232 

114,500 
18,517 
9,965 
51,207 
95, 422 
48,876 
94,704 
7,821 

3,678 



Per cent. 



0.88 

.17 

.31 

.47 

4.67 

1.22 

1.95 

.23 

.99 

.43 

.88 

.10 

.44 

8.29 

2.36 

2.69 

1.46 

1.06 

.76 

.57 

1.97 

4.74 

3.06 

1.91 

.45 

2.50 

.78 

2.17 

.16 

.39 

4.20 

.30 

12.65 

.49' 

.66 

6.94 

1.05 

.78 

11.72 

.74 

.46 

1.03 

.86 

2.59 

.42 

.23 

1.16 

2.16 

1.10 

2.14 

.18 



100.00 



Total net 
income. 



$121 
15: 
41 

76 

7or 

159 
295 

48 
138 

63 
148 

20 

55 
J, 256 
325 
450: 
218 
166 
137: 

84 
303 
868 
415 
291 

70 
409 

9o: 

306 
17: 
56: 

653: 

36 

2,719: 

89: 
89: 

163! 

iii: 

^,770: 

129: 
73: 
i5i: 
139; 

392 

52: 
34; 
173; 

266, 
156: 
290, 
26: 



,250,953 
,434,987 
,579,450 
,354,037 
,850,380 
,487,951 
,617,840 
,358,031 
,966,315 
,681,401 
,366,439 
,054,940 
,954,296 
,309,485 
,549,440 
,267,585 
,524,054 
,350,127 
,261,983 
,033,212 
,421,092 
,460,461 
,313,164 
,074,629 
,323,185 
,013,021 
,091,830 
,053,565 
826,669 
,889,284 
,112,589 
,591,416 
,713,784 
,748,811 
586,415 
314,432 
,678,297 
601,050 
848, 133 
630,322 
,855,345 
725,486 
173, 691 
,975,557 
,454,404 
063,265 
104,495 
,096,746 
,557,747 
199,685 
,413,937 



56,473,942 



15,924,639,355 



Per cent. 



0.76 

.10 

.26 

.48 

4.42 

1.00 

1.86 

.30 

.87 

.40 

.93 

.13 

.35 

7.89 

2.04 

2.83 

1.37 

1.04 

.86 

.53 

1.91 

5.46 

2.61 

1.83 

.44 

2.57 

.57 

1.92 

.11 

.36 

4.10 

.23 

17.08 

.56 

.56 

6.24 

1.03 

.70 

11.12 

.81 

.46 

.95 

.87 

2.47 

.33 

.21 

1.09 

1.67 

.98 

1.82 

.17 



Total tax. 



$4,431,563 

316,859 

1,724,116 

3,269,477 

36,070,926 
5,844,925 

17,690,343 
7,158,522 
8,669,100 
2,367,463 
7,077,184 
1,857,352 
1,493,518 

84,560,642 

11,456,898 

15,928,158 
7,880,244 
7,918,960 
9,353,518 
4,263,003 

20,415,237 

81,307,340 

22,336,385 

15,262,760 
3,542,849 

20,716,692 
3,012,902 
9,373,582 
412,342 
2,827,724 

43,109,648 

989,825 

354,263,417 

5,575,001 

2,219,954 

55,170,252 

7,649,280 

6,049,987 

137,781,370 

13,512,766 
2,732,593 
4, 139, 239 
6,795,268 

21,575,479 
1,347,780 
1,821,823 
7,674,725 
9,743,163 
5,709,295 

11,382,127 
1,272,692 

8,665,567 



1,127,721,835 



Percent. 



0.39 
.03 

.15 

.29 

3.20 

.52 

1.57 

.63 

.77 

.21 

.63 

.17 

.13 

7.50 

1.02 

1.41 

.70 

.70 

.83 

.38 

1.81 

7.21 

1.98 

1.35 

.31 

1.84 

.27 

.83 

.04 

.25 

3.82 

.09 

31.41 

.49 

.20 

4.89 

.68 

.54 

12.22 

1.20 

.24 

.37 

.60 

1.91 

.12 

.16 

.68 

.86 

.51 

1.01 

.11 

.77 



100.00 



8 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



classification by sex and family relationship (personal 

returns). 

The following table shows the distribution of the retui'ns according 
to the status of family relationship: 

Distribution of personal returns, by sex and family relationship, calendar year 1918. 

[Summary of Table 4.] 



Status of family relationship. 



Joint returns of husbands and wives, with or without 
dependent children, and of husbands whose wives, 
though living with them, filed separate returns 

Wives making separate returns from husbands 

Single men, heads of families 

Single women, heads of families 

Single men, all other 

Single women, all other 

Total 



Returns. 



Number. Per cent. 



2,559,057 

35, 942 

296,902 

82, 251 

1, 195, 301 

255,661 



4, 425, 114 



57.83 

.82 

6.71 

1.86 

27.00 
5.7S 



100.00 



Net income. 



Amount. Per cent 



$10,942,720,894 
333, 218, 749 
857,115,228 
273,794,078 
2,726,887,806 
790,902 600 



15,924,63t»>855 



68.71 
2.09 
5.38 
1.72 

17.13 
4.97 



100.00 



INCOME EXEMPT FROM NORMAL TAX (PERSONAL RETURNS), 

The amount of net income free from normal tax on account of per- 
sonal exemption and dividends is shown in the following table: 

N'et income exempt from an amount subject to normal tax, personal returns, calendar 

year 1918.. 



Status of income. 



Net Income exempt from normal tax 

^ Personal exemption 

Dividends 

Total 

Net income subject to normal tax . . . 

Total net income 



Amount. 



S8, 096, 767, 023 
2, 468, 749, 244 



10,565,516,267 
5,359,123,088 



15,924,639,355 



Per cent 
of total 
net in- 
come. 



66 
34 



100 



service, business, and property as sources of income (personal 

returns) . 



In the table immediately following are shown the amounts of net 
income reported from the returns for 1918 according to the origm, 
that is, whether from personal service or from property. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 9 

Distribution by sources, personal income, calendar year 1918. 



Source of income. 


Amount. 


Per cent 
of total 
income. 


Personal service: 

Salaries, wages, commissions, bonuses, director's fees, etc 


18,267,391,550 
4,630,455,322 


47 


Business, trade, commerce, partnership, farming, and profits from inciden- 
tal sales of real estate, stocks, bonds, and other property 


26 






Total 


12,897,846,872 


73 






Property: 

Rents and royalties 


975,679,666 
1,403,485,691 
2, 468, 749, 244 


5 


Interest on bonds, notes, etc., including fiduciaries and foreign sources 


8 
14 






Total 


4,847,914,601 


27 








17,745,761,473 
1, 821, 122, 118 


100 


General deductions 


10 






Net income 


15,924,639,355 


"0 







income from service, business, and property by income classes 

(personal returns). 

A comparison of the income from service and business and income 
from property, by income classes, is shown in the following table. 
This table also shows by percentages the proportion from each source. 

Distribution of personal income from service, business, and property by income classes, 

calendar year 1918. 

[Summary of Table 7.) 



Income classes. 



$1,000 to S2,000 

$2,000 to S3,000 

S3,OOOtoSo,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $40,000 

S«),000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000... 
$150,000 to $200,000... 
$200,000 to $250,000... 
$250,000 to $300,000... 
$300,000 to $500,000... 
$500,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to .$1,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 
$2,000,000 and over... 

Total 



Income from 

personal 

service and 

business. 



Per cent 
of total 
income 
in each 
class. 



$2,065, 

3,355, 

3,122, 

1,800, 

972, 

038, 

271, 

153, 

93, 

136, 

70, 

43, 

32, 

06 

41 

l-l, 

9, 

3, 



047,459 
952,179 
8; 2,(527 
057,6.94 
450,376 
365,827 
068,802 
266,503 
503,156 
374, 176 
749,771 
004,137 
527,825 
025,373 
963,317 
244, 5t. 6 
806, 262 
966,822 



12,897,846,872 



86.97 
86.78 
81.50 
71.32 
60.86 
52. 43 
47.00 
45.66 
41.89 
41.46 
38.54 
41.32 
41.47 
38. 99 
28.40 
30.27 
29.40 
4.12 



72. 68 



Income from 
property. 



$309,505,860 

510,868,012 

708,671,866 

726,332,276 

625,363,171 

.'■)79,26l,411 

305,633,474 

182,366,673 

129,689,932 

192,614,551 

112,806,417 

01,050,244 

45,913,959 

103,32ii,801 

105,772,999 

32,819,445 

23,549,175 

92,368,335 



4,847,914,601 



Per cent 
of total 
income 
in each 
class. 



13.03 
13.22 
18.50 
28.68 
39.14 
47.57 
53.00 
54.34 
58.11 
58. 54 
<il.46 
58.68 
58.53 
61.01 
71.60 
69.73 
70.60 
95.88 



27.32 



10 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



Distribution of personal income from service, business, and property by income classes, 
calendar year 1918 — Continued. 



Income classes. 



S1,000 to S2,000 

S2,000 to S3,000 

83,000 to S5,000 

S5,000 to 810,000 

810,000 to $20,000 

820,000 to 840,000 

840,000 to 860,000 

860,000 to 880,000 

880,000 to 8100,000 

8100,000 to 8150,000.... 
8150,000 to 8200,000.... 
8200,000 to 8250,000.... 
8250,000 to 8300,000.... 
8300,000 to 8500,000.... 
8500,000 to 81,000,000.. 
81,000,000 to 81,500,000 
81,500,000 to 82,000,000 
$2,000,000 and over.... 

Total 



Total income. 



375,153,319 
866,820,191 
831,544,493 
532,389,970 
597,813,547 
217,627,238 
576,702,276 
335,633,176 
223,193,088 
328,988,727 
183,556,188 
104,054,381 
78,441,784 
169,352,174 
147,736,316 
47,064,011 
33,355,437 
96,335,157 



17,745,761,473 



General 
deductions. 



8142,798,742 
239,995,358 
296,325,486 
386,699,954 
227,485,891 
161,645,570 
84,704,003 
51,007,588 
31,814,776 
44,881,987 
34,812,613 
14,728,861 
11,486,062 
24,806,746 
28,660,768 
7,820,923 
6,476,930 
24,969,860 



1,821,122,118 



Per cent 
of total 
income 
in each 
class. 



6.01 
6.21 
7.73 
15.27 
14.24 
13.27 
14.69 
15.21 
14.2.5 
13.64 
18.97 
14.15 
14.64 
14.65 
19.40 
16.62 
19.42 
25.92 



10.26 



Total net 
Lacome. 



82, 232, 

3,620, 

3,535, 

2,145, 

1,370, 

1,055, 

491, 

284, 

191, 

284, 

148, 

89, 

66, 

144, 

119, 

39, 

26, 

71, 



354,577 
824,833 
219,007 
690,016 
327,656 
981,668 
998,273 
625,588 
378,312 
106, 740 
743,575 
325,520 
955,722 
545, 428 
075,548 
243,088 
878,507 
365,297 



15,924,639,355 



Per cent 
of total 
income 
in each 
class. 



93.99 
93.79 
92.27 
84.73 
85.76 
86.73 
85.31 
84.79 
85.75 
86.36 
81.03 
85.85 
85.36 
85.35 
80.60 
83.38 
80.58 
74.08 



89.74 



The distribution of personal income by sources expressed in per- 
centages is given in the succeeding table. 

Distribution of personal income by sources and by income classes, showing the proportionate 
amounts from each source expressed in percentages, calendar year 1918. 

[Interpretation of Table 7.] 



Income classes. 



Wages 

and 

salaries. 



Busi- 
ness. 



Partner- 
ship 
profits. 



Profits 
from 

sales of 
real 

estate, 

stocks, 
and 

bonds. 



Rents 
and 

royal- 
ties. 



Divi- 
dends. 



Interest 

and 
invest- 
ment 
income. 



Total 
income. 



81,000 to 82,000 

.82,000 to 83,000 

83.000 to 85,000 

.85,000to 810,000 

-510,000 to 820,000 

820,000 to 840,000 

840,000 to 860,000 

860,000 to 880,000 

880,000 to $100,000.... 
8100,000 to 8150,000 . . . 
81.50,000 to $200,000 .. . 
8200,000 to 8250,000 . . . 
8250,000 to $300, 000... 
$.300,000 to 8500,000... 
8500.000 to 81,000,000.. 
81,000,000 to $1,500,000 
81,500,000 to 82,000,000 
$2,000,000 and over... 

Total 



74.67 

65.42 

48.56 

33.55 

33.10 

28.76 

23.79 

21.51 

19.00 

15.92 

13.10 

11.22 

10.73 

9.62 

4.37 

6.29 

1.81 

.63 



10.20 
18.01 
27.06 
25.67 
14.16 
9.69 
7.65 
7.39 
6.71 
6.37 
7.79 
6.28 
7.38 
5.63 
6.86 
1.89 
5.26 
.25 



1.57 

2.52 

4.31 

9.38 

10.39 

11.77 

13. .'9 

14.91 

14.90 

17.33 

16.41 

22.51 

21.21 

22.72 

14.50 

21.19 

22.05 

1.34 



46.59 



17.61 



6.85 



0.53 
.83 
1.54 
2.73 
3.20 
2.20 
2.08 
1.85 
1.28 
1.84 
1.25 
1.32 
2.16 
1.01 
2.68 
.89 
.31 
1.90 



5.18 
5.53 
6.59 
7.08 
5.73 
3.97 
3.58 
3.12 
2.54 
3.07 
1.93 
1.83 
1.44 
2.32 
2.95 
.61 
.70 
5.11 



1.93 
2.27 
5.27 
12.89 
23.73 
33.01 
38.44 
39.26 
44.08 
43.18 
44.18 
45.40 
43.63 
45.24 
53.65 
56.62 
51.97 
72.28 



1.64 



5.50 



13.91 



5.92 
5.42 
6.64 
8.70 
9.69 
10.60 
10.97 
11.96 
11.49 
12.29 
15.34 
11.44 
13.45 
13.46 
14.99 
12.51 
17.90 
18.49 



7.90 



100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
lOO.jOO 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 



100.00 



INCOME FROM BUSINESS (PERSONAL RETURNS). 

The income reported by individuals as having been derived from 
business pursuits is shown in the following table, distributed accord- 
ing to industrial divisions. These data represent only such amounts 
reported by individuals as were derived from business operations and 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



11 



do not necessarily indicate the principal occupations of, or the total 
incomes reported by, the persons making the returns. 

Income reported frovi business pursuits, personal returns, calendar year 1918. 



Industrial groups. 



Number 
of busi- 
nesses 
reported. 



Per cent. 



Net income. 



Per cent. 



A^culture and related industries 

Mining and quarrjing 

Manufacturing: 

Food products, liquors, and tobacco 

Textile and textile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and rubber goods 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper, pulp, and products 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and alUed substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metal and metal products 

All other manufacturing industries 

Construction 

Transportation and other public utilities 

Trade 

Public service— professional, amusements, hotels, etc 

Finance, banking, insiu'ance, etc 

Special cases; individuals whose business is not suffi- 
ciently defined to be classed under any principal 
division '. 

Total 



372,336 
8,191 

12,684 

7,742 

2,270 

631 

2,542 

216 

5,608 

1,158 

1,290 

6,211 

4,883 

18,606 

12,943 

218,347 

213,700 

30,070 



38,951 



38.85 
.85 

1.32 
.81 

.24 

.07 

.27 

.02 

.59 

.12 

.13 

.65 

.51 

1.94 

1.35 

22.78 

22.30 

3.14 



4.06 



958,379 



100.00 



$1,122,532,163 
26,626,800 

51,372,373 
43,267,773 
10,105,128 

2,252,545 
11,956,324 

1,419,563 
16,415,609 

6,989,987 

5,341,292 
29,813,576 
23,433,140 
53,603,201 
39,079,249 
777,905,725 
678,670,425 
90,018,896 



133,551,427 



35.93 

.85 

L64 

L38 

.32 

.07 

.38 

.05 

.53 

.22 

.17 

.96 

.75 

1.72 

1.25 

24.90 

2L72 

2.88 



4.28 



3,124,355,196 



PARTNERSHIPS AND PERSONAL SERVICE CORPORATIONS. 

The revenue act of 1918 prescribes that the net income reported 
by partnerships and personal service corporations be not taxable 
to such returns, but that such income shall be included in the returns 
of net income of the individual members or stockholders, according 
to their distributive share, whether distributed or not. 

The number of returns and income reported by these two forms 
of association are shown below. 

The definition of ''personal service corporation," as contemplated 
in the above referred to provision, is given in section 200 of the 
revenue act of 1918: 

The term "personal service corporation" means a corporation whose income is to 
be ascribed primarily to the activities of the principal owners or stockholders who are 
theroselves^ regularly engaged in the active conduct of the affairs of the corporation 
and in which capital (whether invested or borrowed) is not a material income-pro- 
ducing factor * * *. 

Summary statement of returns of partnerships and personal service corporations. 



Classification. 



Partnerships 

Personal service corporations. 



Total 
number 
reporting. 



100,728 
3, .503 



Reporting net income. 



Number. Gross income. Deductions. Netiacome, 



91, 132 
2,997 



87,754,340,077 
408,379,927 



§6,814,4.58,399 
356,455,974 



939,881,678 
51,923,953 





Total 

niunber 

reporting. 


Reporting no net income. 


Classification. 


Number. 


Gross income. 


Deductions. 


Deficit. 


Partnerships 


100,728 
3,503 


9,596 

506 


$583,009,357 
24,580,935 


$621,516,181 
20,497,177 


$38,506,824 
1,916,242 


Personal sers'iee corporations 







12 STATISTICS OF INCOME. 

CORPORATION INCOME-TAX RETURNS. 

Corporation income-tax returns for the calendar year 1918, other 
than personal service corporations, numbered 317,579. Of these 
202,061 reported net income amounting to $8,361,511,249; income-tax 
$653,198,483; war profits and excess profits tax $2;505,565,939 ; total 
tax $3,158,764,422. 

For the calendar year 1917, the total number of returns was 
351,426, of which 232,079 reported net income of $10,730,360,211 
and tax aggregating $2,142,445,769. 

The decrease in the number of returns, and in the amoxmt of net 
income reported by corporations for 1918, as compared with 1917, 
is due in great part to the following changes in reporting incomes: 

1. Consolidated returns. — Article 632, Regulations 45, revenue act 
of 1918, specified that — 

Affiliated corporations, as defined in the statute and in article 633, are required 
to file consolidated returns on Form 1120. The consolidated return shall be filed by 
the parent or principal reporting corporation in the office of the collector of the dis- 
trict in which it has its principal office. Each of the other affiliated corporations 
shall file in the office of the collector of its district Form 1122. * * *. 

The effect of the above provision, other than the reduction in the 
number of returns of net income filed, was to reduce the aggregate 
amoimt of net income or net loss that would have been reported had 
each subsidiary unit filed a return ol net income as was the case for 
the calendar year 1917. Thus, for example, a consolidated return 
may contain 15 subsidiaries, 10 of which have net incomes aggregat- 
ing $1,000,000, the other 5, deficits amounting to $600,000. The 
net income of the consolidated return, however, would be $400,000. 
Therefore, the statistics would report one return of net in,come of 
$400,000, whereas had each subsidiary filed an independent return 
of net income, there would have been, as above stated, 10 returns 
reporting net income aggregating $1,000,000 and 5 returns showing 
deficit totaling $600,000. No estimate as to the amount of income 
affected can be given. 

2. Personalis ervice corf orations. —As, previously stated in the sec- 
tion of this report relating to personal-service corporations, such 
returns in 1918 were not subject to tax as were other corporations. 
They are accounted for under their proper heading. 

3. Dividends exempt from tax. — The revenue act of 1918 provides, 
section 234 (a): "That in computing the net income of a corporation 
subject to the tax imposed by section 230, there shall be allowed as 
deductions — 

" (6) Amounts received as dividends from a corporation which is 
taxable under this title upon its net income, and amomits received 
as dividends from a ]:)ersonal-service corporation out of earnings or 
]>rofits upon which income tax has been imposed by act of Congress." 

Dividends were reported in the returns of net income for 1914 and 
1917, inclusive. The amount of dividends excluded from the income 
in corporation returns for 1918, is not available. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



13 



CORPORATION INCOME DISTRIBUTED BY INDUSTRIAL GROUPS. 

Ill the table below are shown the returns of corporations dis- 
tributed by industrial groups and segregated according to those 
reporting net income and those reporting no net income. In the 
transportation and public utility group, both gi'oss income and general 
deductions lack approximately $5,000,000,000. This is due to the 
returns of railroad and other utility corporations, to a great extent, 
reporting on the face of the return, merely the amoimt of net income 
or deficit. To have inspected the numerous supporting schedules 
of these returns for the purpose of compiling the gross income and 
general deductions was inexpedient, due to the cost and the addi- 
tional time that it would have required. 

Distribution of corporation income by industrial groups and into those reporting net 
income and those reporting no net income, calendar year 1918. 





Total 
number 
of cor- 
pora- 
tions re- 
porting. 


Corporations reporting net Income. 


Industrial groups. 


Num- 
ber. 


Per cent 
of total 
number 
of corpo- 
rations 
reporting 
in each 
group. 


Gross Income. 


Total 
deductions. 


Net income. 


Agriculture and related indus- 
tries 


7,887 
10,661 

12,657 
8,363 

1,724 

565 
6,520 
1,529 
7,198 

5,215 

2,822 
13,706 

6,975 


4,406 
5,524 

9,778 
7,018 

1,434 
412 
4,985 
1,277 
5,192 

3,576 

1,856 
10,539 

5,138 


55. 86 
51.82 

77.25 
83.92 

83.18 
72.92 
76.46 
83.52 
72.13 

68.57 

65.77 
76.89 

73.66 


$420,465,998 
3,597,203,674 

8,891,356,833 
6,612,560,029 

1,679,523,585 

1,036,684,977 

1,802,007,281 

967,078,872 

858,142,262 

3,868,858,346 

627,788,574 
12,924,990,763 

2,666,098,499 


8367,801,978 
3,029,426,465 

8,361,459,707 
5,847,322,392 

1,563,146,831 
935,089,865 

1,628,138,448 
870,892,369 
792,200,046 

3,474,445,341 

544,741.706 
10,871,663; 262 

2,354,494,040 


$52,664,020 




567,777,209 


Manufacturing: 

Food products, liquors, and 
tobacco 


529,897,126 


Textile and textile products . 
Leather and leather prod- 
ucts 


765,237,637 
116,376,754 


Rubber and rubber goods.. . 
Lumber and wood products . 

Paper and pulp products 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and alUed sub- 
stances 


101,595,112 
173,868,833 
96,186,503 
65,942,216 

394,413,005 


Stone, clay, and glass prod- 
ucts. . . 


83,046,868 


Metal and metal products. . . 
All other manufacturing 

indnsfrip.s 


2,053,327,501 
311,604,459 






Total manufacturing 


67,274 


51,205 


76.11 


41,935,090,021 


37,243,594,007 


4,691,496,014 


Construction 


7,731 

18,246 
70,149 

14,899 

68,132 

8,944 
43,656 


5,297 

12,564 
58,466 

9,745 

49,589 

5,220 
45 


68.52 

68.86 
83.35 

65.41 

72.78 

58.36 
.10 


1,664,583,913 

13,226,579,289 
20,163,971,759 

865,515,406 

4,575,929,180 

3,256,848,358 
471,550 


1,529,721,290 

1 2,448,301,447 
19,109,498,395 

800,113,370 

3,891,268,733 

2,924,969,139 
453,075 


134,862,623 


Transportation and other public 
utilities 


778,277,842 


Trade 


1,054,473,364 


Public service — Professional, 
amusement, hotels, etc 

Finance, banking, insurance, 
etc . . .... 


65,402,036 
684,660,447 


Combinations— Predominant in- 
dustry not ascertainable 


331,879,219 
18,475 






Total 


317,579 


202,061 


63.63 


79,706,659,148 


71,345,147,899 


8,361,511,249 







'Gross income and total deductions incomplete (see text). 



14 



STATISTICS or INCOME. 



Distribution of corporation income by industrial groups and into those reporting net 
income and those reporting no net income, calendar year 1918 — Continued. 



Industrial groups. 



Agriculture and related industries 

M inin g and quarrying 

Manufacturing: 

Food products, liquors, and tobacco , 

Textile and textile products 

Leather and leather products 

Rubber and rubber goods 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper and pulp products 

Printing and publishiag 

Chemicals and allied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metal and metal products 

All other manufacturing industries. . 



Total manufacturing . 



Construction 

Transportation and other public utilities 

Trade 

Public service — Professions!, amusement, 
hotels, etc 

Finance, banking, insurance, etc 

Combinations— Predominant industry not as- 
certainable 

Inactive concerns 



Total. 



Corporations reporting net income. 



Income tax. 



■ $4,540,664 
49,177,732 

41,443,420 

48,936,351 
9,750,340 
8,526,354 

14,815,718 
7,810,532 
5,548,846 

30,215,221 

6,471,882 

140,489,116 

23,915,597 



337,923,377 



7,421,237 
82,540,725 
79,304,014 

5,116,179 
59,093,798 

28,080,767 



653,198,483 



War profits and 

excess profits 

tax. 



$8,201,050 
142,186,645 

165,310,172 

344,513,264 

31,779,565 

29,814,808 

40,857,770 

28,524,482 

11,848,801 

130,391,973 

25,584,478 

862,542,151 

102,953,969 



1,774,121,433 



64,538,221 
66,813,028 
290,597,346 

9,825,743 
60,993,402 

88,289,071 



2,505,565,939 



Total tax. 



$12,741,714 
191,364,377 

206,753,592 

393, 449, 615 
41,529,905 
38,341,162 
55,673,488 
36,335,014 
17,397,647 

160, 607, 194 

32,056,360 

1,003,031,267 

126,869,566 



2,112,044,810 



71,959,458 
149,-353,753 
369,901,360 

14,941,922 
120,087,200 

116,369,828 



3,158,764,422 



Per cent 

of total 

tax. 



0.40 
6.06 

6.55 

12.46 

1.31 

1.21 

1.76 

1.15 

.55 

5.08 

1.01 

31.76 

4.02 



66.86 



2.28 
4.73 
11.71 

.47 
3.81 

3.68 



100.00 







Corporations reporting 


no net income. 




Industrial groups. 


Number. 


Per cent 
of total 

number 

of corpo- 
rations 

reporting 
in each 
group. 


Gross 
income. 


Total 
deductions. 


Deficit. 


Agriculture and related industries 

Mininf nnrl quarrying 


3,481 
5,137 

2,879 
1,345 

290 

153 
1,535 

252 
2,006 
1,639 

966 
3,167 
1,837 


44.14 

48.18 

22.75 
16.08 
16.82 
27.08 
23.54 
16.48 
27.87 
3L43 
34.23 
23.11 
26.34 


$103,714,716 
397,839,320 

534,303,851 
146,889,000 

46,583,571 

12,677,340 
197,010,348 

43,116,320 
114,873,962 
208,779,844 

62,201,989 
433,001,430 
432,623,882 


$126,031,758 
469,312,449 

565,721,271 
154,572,788 

49,327,175 

14,491,719 
213,713,504 

46,587,807 
124,719,826 
223,650,483 

69,939,369 
477,257,444 
449,456,429 


$22,317,042 
71,473,129 


Manufactiu-ing: 

Food products, liquors, and tobacco. 
Textile and textile products 


31,417,420 
7,683,788 


Ivcather and leather products 

Rubber and rubber goods 


2,743,604 
1,814,379 


Lumljer and wood products 


16,703,156 


Paper and pulp products 


3,471,487 


Printing and publishing 


9,845,864 


Chemicals and aUied substances 

Stone, clay, and glass products 

Metal and metal products 


14,870,639 

7,737,380 

44,256,014 


All other manufacturing industries. . 


16,832,547 


Total manufacturing 


16,069 


23.89 


2,232,061,537 


2,389,437,815 


157,376,278 






Construction 


2,434 
5,682 
11,683 

5,154 
18,543 

3,724 
43,611 


31.48 
31.14 
16.65 

34.59 
27.22 

41.64 
99.90 


281,716,215 
1495,416,523 
1,497,772,270 

232,412,501 
1,313,832,572 

200,965,243 
1,891,267 


298,330,231 
1594,195,053 
1,550,664,341 

252,774,793 
1,519,807,399 

242,156,466 
4,684,220 


16,614,016 


Transportation and other public utilities. 
Trade 


98,778,530 
52,892,071 


Public service— Professional, amusement, 
hotels, etc 


20,362,292 


Finance, banking, insurance, etc 

Combinations— Predominant industry 
not ascertainable 


205,974,827 
41,191,223 


Inactive concerns. . 


2,792,953 






Total 


115,518 


36.37 


6,757,622,164 


7,447,394,525 


689,772,361 







1 Gross income and total deductions incomplete, (see text p. 13.) 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



15 



INCOME AND DEDUCTIONS. 

The division of corporation income according to the nature of 
deductions is given in the succeeding table, which shows by indus- 
trial groups the aggregate amount received by all corporations, both 
those reporting net income and those reporting no net income, and 
the deductions under the various headings. 

Distribution of corporation income by industrial groups ayid by nature of deduction, 

calendar year 1918. 



Industrial groups. 



Total 
num- 
ber of 
returns 



Total 

gross 

income 



Cost of 
goods. 



Compensa- 
tion of 
officers. 



Interest 
paid. 



Domestic 
tax. 



Agriculture and related in- 
dustries 

Mining and quarrying 

Manufacturing: 

Food products, liquors 
and tobacco 

Textile and textile prod- 
ucts 

Leather and leather 
products 

Rubber and rubber 
goods 

Lumber and wood prod- 
ucts 

Paper and pulp prod- 
ucts 

Printing and publishing . 

Chemicals aud allied 
substances 

Stone, clay, and glass 
products". 

Metal and metal prod- 
ucts 

All other manufacturing 
industries 



7,887 
10,661 



12, 657 

8,363 

1,724 

565 

6,520 

1,529 
7,198 

5,215 

2,822 

13,706 

6,975 



$524,180,714 
3,995,042,994 



$267,209,346 
1,806,562,618 



,425,660, 

759,449, 

726,107, 

049,362, 

,999,017, 

,010,195, 
973,016, 

,077,638, 

689,990, 

,357,992, 

,098,722, 



7,350, 

5,077, 

1,397, 

745, 

1,377 

72G, 
437, 

2,909, 

419, 

8,849, 
2, 173 



838,662 

052,283 

470,708 

382,666 

307,423 

550,541 
356,863 

227,462 

109,992 

955,775 

134,296 



$16,144,097 
53,143,770 



133,675,818 
142,205,906 

34,413,531 
8,813,332 

52,352,467 

21,683,953 
43,438,431 

67,652,445 

31,306,980 

272,272,653 

84,813,629 



$21,588,942 
67,010,715 

106,856,996 

69,942,988 

20,555,060 

17,366,622 

35,663,129 

12, 186, 155 
8,875,311 

44,721,679 

14,808,449 

174,539,551 

33,699,055 



$11,605,066 
50,610,%7 

105,712,538 

30,929,710 

6,373,911 

5,059,957 

20,986,571 

9,277,321 
4,869,458 

23, 135, 176 

4,798,166 

84,152,534 

16,902,796 



Total manufacturing .. ' 67,274 



44,167,151,558 



31,463,386,671 



892,629,145 



539,214,995 



312, 198, 138 



Construction 

Transportation and other 

public utUities 

Trade 

Public sers'ice — professional 
amusements, hotels, etc . . . 

Finance, banking, insur- 
ance, etc 

Combinations — predomi- 
nant industry not ascer- 
tainable 

Inactive concerns 



7,731 

18,246 
70, 149 

14,899 

68, 132 



8,944 
43,656 



1,946,300,128 



1,215,621,964 



721,995, 
661,744, 

097,927, 

889,761, 



1371, 
17,137, 

328, 

1,624, 



657,480 
499,331 

811,931 

564,798 



3,457,813,601 
2,362,817 



2,239,404,068 
1,159,945 



53,383,912 

'■ 138,960,885 
618,424,858 

56,809,318 

347,275,631 



48,575,540 
196, 103 



14,316,342 

1478,794,461 
599,615,687 

18,979,185 

817,548,352 



75,233,818 
538,371 



5,410,319 

194,969,112 
115,303,662 

17,297,918 

187,411,435 



32,848,878 
226,993 



Total 317,579 



86,464,281,312 



56,455,878,152 



2,225,543,259 



2,632,840,868 



827,882,488 



' Gross income and total deductions incomplete (lee text page 13). 



16 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



Distribution of corporation income by industrial groups and by nature of deduction, 
calendar year 1918 — Continued. 



Industrial groups. 



Exhaus- 
tion, amor- 
tization, and 
depletion. 



Miscella- 
neous ex- 
pense. 



Total 
deductions. 



Net income 
before de- 
ducting tax. 



Income tax, 
war profits, 
and excess 
profits tax. 



Net in- 
come after 
deducting 
tax. 



Agriculture and re- 
lated industries 

Mining and quarrying 
Manufacturing: 

Food products, 
liquors and to- 
bacco 

Textile and tex- 
tile products . . . 

Leather and 
leather prod- 
ucts 

Rubber and rub- 
ber goods 

Lumber and 
wood products. 

Paper and pulp 
products 

Printing and 
publishing 

Chemicals and 
allied sub- 
stances 

Stone, clay, and 
glass products. . 

Metal and metal 
products 

All other manu- 
facturing in- 
dustries 



$17, .583, 142 
442,089,772 



177,917,440 
119,768,730 

11,180,989 
25,893,669 
75,465,694 
35,464,962 
21,671,620 

162,604,867 

29,487,788 

526,605,594 

85,654,397 



$159,703,143 
1,079,321,072 



1,052,179,524 
561,995,563 

142,479,807 
147,065,338 
280,076,668 
112,317,244 
400,708,189 

490,754,195 

115,169,700 

1,441,394,599 

409,746,296 



$493,833,736 
3,498,738,914 



8,927,180,978 
6,001,895,180 

1,612,474,006 
949,581,584 

1,841,851,952 
917,480,176 
916,919,872 

3,698,095,824 

614,681,075 

11,348,920,706 

2,803,950,469 



$30,346,978 
496,304,080 



498,479,706 
757,553,849 

113,633,150 
99,780,733 

157,165,677 
92,715,016 
56,096,352 

379,542,366 

75,309,488 

2,009,071,487 

294,771,912 



$12,741,714 
191,364,377 



206,753,592 
393,449,615 

41,529,905 
38,341,162 
55,673,488 
36,335,014 
17,397,647 

160,607,194 

32,056,360 

1,003,031,267 

126,869,566 



$17,605,264 
304,939,703 



291,726,114 
364, 104, 234 

72, 103, 245 
61,439,571 
101,492,189 
56,380,002 
38,698,705 

218,935,172 

43,253,128 

1,006,040,220 

167,902,346 



Total manu- 
facturing 



Construction 

Transportation and 
other public util- 
ities 

Trade 

Public service— pro- 
fessional amuse- 
ments, hotels, etc. . 

Finance, banking, 
insurance, etc , 

Combinations — p r e - 
dominant industry 
not ascertainable. . 

Inactive concerns 

Total 



1,271,715,750 5,153,887,123 
41,365,546 497,953,438 



1176,598,869 
202,557,766 



37,588,270 
107,461,984 



118,367,048 
137,501 



2,415,465,648 



1 1,781,515,693 
1,986,761,432 



593,401,541 
2,326,813,932 



652,696,253 

2,878,382 



39,633,031,822 
1,828,051,521 



13,042,496,500 
20,660,162,736 



1,052,888,163 
5,411,076,132 



3,167,125,605 
5,137,295 



4,534,119,736 
118,248,607 



679,499,312 
1,001,581,293 



45,039,744 
478,685,620 



290,687,996 

2 2,774,478 



2,112,044,810 
71,959,458 



149,353,753 
369,901,360 



14,941,922 
120,087,200 

116,369,828 



2,422,074,926 
46,289,149 



530,145,559 
631,679,933 



30,097,822 
358,598,420 



174,318,168 
2 2,774,478 



14,234,932,009 



78,792,542,424 



7, 671, 738, 888:3, 158, 764, 422 



4,512,974,466 



Gross income and total deductions incomplete (see text page 13). 



2 Deficit. 



In the table immediately following, the amounts reported by cor- 
porations, according to the natm^e of deductions, are expressed in 
percentages to show the proportionate distribution of the total gross 



income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



17 



Corporation income and deductions by industrial groups, showing amounts ex 
percentages, calendar year 1918. 



Industrial groups. 









iS ^ 



.S-o 



Agriculture and related industries . . 

Mjning and quarrying 

Manufacturing: 

Food products, liquors, and to- 
bacco 

Textile and textile products 

Leather and leather products . . . 

Rubber and rubber goods 

Lumber and wood products 

Paper, pulp, and products 

Printing and publishing 

Chemicals and allied substances. 
Stone, clay, and glass products. . 

Metal and metal products 

All other manufacturing indus- 
tries 

Tota 1 manufacturing 

Construction 

Transportation and other public 

utilities 

Trade 

Public service— professional, amuse- 
ments, hotels, etc 

Finance, banking, insurance, etc 

Combinations— predominant indus- 
try not ascertainable 

Inactive concerns 

Total 



P.ct 

100.00 
100.00 



100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100.00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100.00 

100. 00 
100.00 
100.00 

(1) 

100.00 

100.00 
100. 00 

100.00 
100.00 



p.ct. 

50.98 
45.22 



77.99 
75.11 
80.95 
71.03 
68.89 
71.92 
44.96 
71.33 
60.74 
66.24 

70.13 
71.23 
62.46 

(') 
79.11 

29.95 
27.59 

64.76 
49.09 



P.ct. 
3 
1.33 



1.42 
2.10 
1 

2.62 
2.15 
4.47 
1.66 
4.53 
2.04 

2.73 
2.02 
2.74 

(1) 
2.85 

5.1 
5.90 

1.40 
8.30 



P.ct 

4.12 
1.68 



1.13 
1.03 
1.19 
1.66 
1.78 
1.21 
.91 
1.10 
2.14 
1.30 

1.09 

1.22 

.74 

(1) 
2.77 

1.74 
13.88 

2.18 

22.78 



100. 00 



65.28 



2.57 



3.04 



P.ct. 
2.21 
1.26 



1.12 

.46 
.37 
.48 
1.05 
.92 
.50 
.57 
.70 
.63 

.55 
.71 

.28 

(1) 
.53 

1.57 
3.18 

.95 
9.60 



P.ct 
3.35 
n.07 



1 

1, 
.65 
2.47 
3.78 
3.51 
2.23 
3.99 
4.28 
3.95 

2.77 
2.88 
2.13 

(') 



3.42 
1.82 



3.42 
5.82 



P.ct. 
30.47 
27.02 



11.16 

8.32 
8.26 
14.02 
14.02 
11.11 
41.19 
12.03 
16.69 
10.80 

13.22 
11.67 
25.58 

(1) 
9.17 

54.05 
39.51 

18.88 
121. 81 



P.ct. 
94.21 

87.58 



94.71 
88.80 
93.41 
90.50 
92.14 
90.82 
94.26 
90.68 
89.08 
84.96 

90.49 
89.73 
93.93 

(') 
95.36 

95.90 
91.88 

91.59 
217.40 



P.ct 
5.79 
12.42 



5.29 

11.20 

6.59 

9.50 

7.86 

9.18 

5.74 

9.32 

10.92 

15.04 

9.51 

10.27 

6.07 

0) 
4.64 

4.10 
8.12 

8.41 
2117.40 



P.ct. 
2.43 
4.79 



2.19 
5.82 
2.41 
3.65 
2.78 
3.60 
1.78 
3.94 
4.65 
7.50 

4.09 
4.78 
3.70 

0) 
1.71 

1.36 
2.04 

3.37 



P.ct. 
3.36 
7.63 



3.10 
5.38 
4.18 
5.85 
5.08 
5.58 
3.96 
5.38 
6.27 
7.54 

5.42 
5.49 
2.37 

0) 
2.93 

2.74 
6.08 

- 5.04 
ni7.40 



.96 



2.79 



16.48 



91.12 



3.65 



5.23 



1 Not given, due to incomplete data. 2 Deficit. 

INCOME ON FEDERAL OBLIGATIONS NOT EXEMPT FROM TAX. 

Interest on obligations of the United vStates or its possessions not 
exempt from tax and included in gross income, in the two preceding 
tables, amounted to $92,758,932. 

INCOME WHOLLY EXEMPT FROM TAX. 



In addition to the income of corporations, as shown in the two 
preceding tables, there was likewise reported the following income 
wholly exempt from tax : 

Dividends on stock of domestic corporations, and di\idends on stock 
of personal ser\ice corporations declared out of profits earned prior 
to Jan. 1, 1918... $420, 653, 468 

Interest on obligations of the United States, and its possessions, States, 
Territories, and political subdivisions thereof, and interest on farm 
loan bonds, issued under the Federal farm loan act 145, 626, 517 

Total 566, 279, 985 

18123°— 21 2 



18 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



CORPORATION RETURNS DISTRIBUTED BY INCOME CLASSES. 

The following table exhibits the distribution of corporation returns 
by income classes based on net incomes, the returns taken in their 
entirety for the United States. For the income class distribution of 
corporation returns by industrial groups see Table 12: 

Corporation returns distributed by income classes, calendar year 1918. 

















Per ecnt 




Num- 
ber, 




Income 
tax. 


War profits 




Average 


of total 


Income classes. 


Net income. 


and excess 


Total tax. 


amoimt 


tax to 






profits tax. 




of tax. 


net 
















income. 


Reporting net income: 
















Oto 82,000 


68,973 


$55,281,461 












$2,000 to 85,000 


49, 397 


162,073,156 


$7,275,952 
16,441,379 


$2,504,236 


89,780,188 


8198 


6.03 


85,000 to 810,000 


29,780 


213,305,243 


12,069,321 


28,510,700 


957 


13.37 


810,000 to 850,000 


37,053 


800,570,917 


70,090,289 


133,925,666 


204,015,955 


5,506 


25.48 


$50,000 to $100,000 


7,224 


507,215,825 


41,567,639 


138,743,794 


180,311,433 


24,960 


35.55 


$100,000 to 8250,000 


5,383 


838,508,564 


66, 636, 178 


262,601,787 


329,237,965 


61,163 


39.26 


$250,000 to $500,000 


2,054 


713,779,767 


54,454,610 


247,027,672 


301,482,282 


146,778 


42.24 


$500,000 to $1,000,000... 


1,171 


815,090,903 


61,947,717 


286,745,920 


348,693,637 


297,774 


42.78 


$1,000,000 to 85,000,000.. 


846 


1,701,416,343 


131,803,287 


574,088,712 


705,891,999 


834,388 


41,48 


$5,000,000 and over 


180 


2,554,269,070 


202,981,432 


847,858,831 


1,050,840,263 


5,838,001 


41.14 


Total 


202,061 


8,361,511,249 


653,198,483 


2,505,565,939 


3,158,764,422 


2 23,734 


2 38.03 


Reporting no net income. . 


115,518 


1689,772,361 






















Grand total 


317,579 


7,671,738,888 


653,198,483 


2,505,565,939 


3,158,764,422 













» Deficit. 



2 Average for returns reporting net Income of $2,000 and over. 



INCOME RETURNS BY STATES. 

COMBINED PERSONAL AND CORPORATION INCOME AND TAX. 

The following table exhibits by States and Territories the combined 
personal and corporation incomes and income taxes for the calendar 
year 1918. The figures do not represent, however, what may be 
called the geographical distribution of income. They are based upon 
the returns filed in each State. An individual files his income-tax 
return in the district in which is located his legal residence or prin- 
cipal place of business, and a corporation files its income tax return 
in the district in which is located its principal place of business or the 
principal office or agencj^. Consequently income reported by an 
mdividual or corporation in one State may have been derived from 
sources in other States. 

From the foregoing it will be clear that there is no way of ascer- 
taining from the income-tax returns the amount of income earned in 
the respective States or the amoiint of tax paid on that basis. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 19 

Personal and corporation income and tax by States and Territories, calendar year 1918. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

liouisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota , 

Mississippi 

Missouri , 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South CaroUna 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Nonresident aliens aud 
citizens residing abroad. 



Net income. 



Personal. 



$121,250 

15,434 

41,579 

76,354 

701, 850: 

159,487 

295,617 

48,358 

138, 966 

63,681 

148,366 

20,054 

55,954 

1,256,309 

325,549 

450, 267 

218,524: 

166, 350: 

137,261 

84,033 

303,421 

868, 460; 

415,313 

291,074 

70,323 

409,013 

90,091 

306,053 

17,826: 

56,889: 

653,112: 

36,591 

2,719,713 

89,748 

89,586 

993,314 

163,678 

111,601 

1,770,848 

129, 630 

73, 8.55 

151,72.5 

139, 173 

392,975 

52,454: 

34,063 

173, 104: 

266,096 

156, .557 

290, 199: 

26,413 

56,473 



953 

987 

4.50 

037 

380 

951 

840 

031 

315 

401 

439 

940 

296 

485 

440 

585 

054 

127 

983 

212 

092 

461 

164 

629 

185 

021 

830 

565 

669. 

284 

589 

416 

784 

811 

415 

432 

297 

050 

133 

322 

345 

486 

691 

557 

404 

265 

495 

746 

747 

685 

937 

942 



Corporation. 



$44, 240, 690 

694,256 

11,712,463 

20, 279, 541 

226,771,653 
74,209,860 

162,323,386 
46,730,072 
15,100,500 
14,073,439 
72,142,676 
24,023,809 
7,305,194 

759,325,582 

114,146,476 
60,992,499 
81, 794, .544 
69,821,552 
67,167,621 
25,251,628 
84,761,692 

614,896,233 

3.38,729,021 

138, 101 , 260 
11,244,051 

258,919,402 

28,821,251 

33,872,984 

2,288,227 

42, 223,. 546 

191,018,725 

6,628,744 

2,153,317,770 

107,028,177 
9,900,561 

643,186,133 
37,626,312 
34,694,323 

963,262,739 

78,399,455 

58,292,576 

9,704,447 

.53,465,096 

124,123,481 
19, 170, 237 
9,251,162 

107,670,674 
70,751,208 
76,642,276 

158,550,172 
6,861,873 



Personal and 
corporation. 



Total 15, 924, 639, 355 8, 361, 511, 249 24, 286, 150, 604 



16 
53 
96 

928: 
233 

457: 

95: 
154: 

77: 
220: 
44 

63 
2,015 
439: 
511 
300 
236 
194 
109: 
388 
1,483 
754 
429 

81 
667 
118 
339 

20: 

99 
844 

43 
4,873 

196: 
99: 

1,636 
201 
146 

2,734 

208 

132 

161 

192 

517 

71 

43 

280 

336 

233 

448 

33; 

56 



491,613 
129,243 
291,913 
633,578 
622,033 
697,811 
941,226 
088, 103 
066, 815 
754, 840 
509, 115 
078, 749 
259, 490 
635,067 
695, 916 
260,084 
318,598 
171,679 
429,604 
284, 840 
182,784 
356, 694 
042, 185 
175.889 
567, 236 
932,423 
913,081 
926,549 
114,896 
112,830 
131,314 
220, 160 
031,554 
776,988 
486,976 
.500,565 
304,609 
295,373 
110,872 
029,777 
147,921 
429,933 
638,787 
099,038 
624, 641 
314,427 
775, 169 
847,954 
200,023 
749, 857 
275,810 

473,942 



Per cent 
for each 
State. 



0.68 

.07 

.22 

.40 

3.82 

.96 

1.89 

.39 

.63 

.32 

.91 

.18 

.26 

8.30 

1.81 

211 

1.24 

.97 

.80 

.45 

1.60 

6.11 

3.10 

1.77 

.33 

2 75 

.49 

1.40 

.08 

.41 

3.48 

.18 

20.07 

.81 

.41 

6.74 

.83 

.60 

11.26 

.86 

.54 

.66 

.79 

213 

.29 

.18 

1.15 

1.39 

.96 

1.85 

.14 

.23 



Tax. 



Personal and 
corporation. 



100.00 



$19,312,252 

519, 677 

5, 637, 299 

9,016,852 

107,928,832 

33,878,749 

83, 162, 522 

27,096,287 

13,461,954 

6,372,938 

36,055,228 

9,871,735 

3,327,412 

363, 222, 878 

61,948,439 

32,028,750 

27,499,727 

31,897,896 

27,654,399 

12,260,732 

50,631,654 

3.55,395,626 

165,511,678 

50,808,383 

6, 723, 190 

124,116,471 

8,476,732 

17, 633, 132 

851,317 

20,463,898 

102, 780, 108 

2, 267, 294 

1,161,569,916 

56,253,100 

3, 705, 931 

322,514,807 

17,973,812 

18,327,910 

523,044,112 

49,395,529 

29,035,329 

6,140,500 

2.5,904,114 

66,035,068 

7, 495, 239 

5, 386, ,530 

38, 689, 705 

33,612,476 

40,66.5,254 

72,209,607 

3,147,710 

8,665,567 



Per cent 
for each 
State. 



4,286,486,257 



0.45 
.01 
.13 
.21 

2 52 
.79 

1.94 
.63 
.32 
.13 
.84 
.23 
.08 

8.47 

1.21 
.75 
.64 
.75 
.65 
.29 

1.18 

8.29 

3.86 

1.19 
.16 

2 90 
.20 
.41 
.02 
.48 

2 40 

.05 

27.09 

1.31 
.09 

7.52 

.42 

.43 

1219 

1.15 
.68 
.14 
.60 

1.31 
.18 
.13 
.90 
.78 
.95 

1.68 
.07 

.20 



1 Does not include net income reported by personal service corporations; the net income of such concerns 
is included in personal returns. 



20 



STATISTICS or INCOME. 
PROGRESS OF INCOME TAXATION. 



The growth of taxable income covermg the period 1916, 1917, and 
1918, is exhibited in the succeeding tables: 

Personal returns, number filed for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by income classes. 





Number of returns. 


Increase.! 


Income classes. 


1918 


1917 


1916 


1917-18 


1916-17 




Number. 


Per 
cent. 


Number. 


Per 
cent 


$1,000 to $2,000... 


1,516,938 

1,496,878 

932,336 

319,356 

116, 569 

28,542 

9,996 

2,358 

1,514 

382 

178 

67 


1,640,758 

838,707 

560, 763 

270,666 

112,502 

30,391 

12,439 

3,302 

2,347 

559 

315 

141 




-123,820 

658, 171 

371, 573 

48,690 

4,067 

- 1,849 

- 2,443 

- 944 
833 
177 

- 137 

- 74 


- 8 
78 
66 
18 

4 

- 6 
-20 
-29 
-35 
-32 
-43 
-52 


1,640,758 

838,707 

403,614 

120,113 

31,622 

6,657 

1,987 

402 

- 90 
-155 

- 61 

- 65 




$2,000 to $3,000 

83,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000.... 
$25,000 to $50,000.... 
$50,000 to $100,000... 
$100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000.. 
$300,000 to $500,000.. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000. 
$1,000,000 and over.. 






157,149 

150,553 

80, 880 

23, 734 

10,452 

2,900 

2,437 

714 

376 

206 


257 

80 

39 

28 

19 

14 

- 4 

-22 

-16 

-32 


Total 


4,425,114 


3,472,890 


2 437,036 


952,224 


27 3,035,854 

1 


695 







1 A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 

2 Includes 7,635 retiu'ns of married women maldng separate retmns from husbands. The net income 
shown by those returns was for statistical purposes combined with husband's retiu^n, and in each case 
treated as one return in its proper income class. 

Personal returns, net income reported for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by incovie 

classes. 





Net income. 


Increase.' 


Income classes. 


1918 


1917 


1916 


1917-18 


1916-17 




Amount. 


Per 
cent. 


Amount. 


Per 
cent. 


81,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to 83,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

85,000 to $10,000,.... 
$10,000 to 825,000.... 
825, 000 to $50, 000... 
$50,000 to $100,000... 
8100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000.. 
$300,000 to $500,000.. 
8500,000 to 81,000,000. 
81,000,000 and over.. 


$2,232,354,577 

3, 626, 824, 833 

3,535,219,007 

2,145,690,016 

1,736,548,050 

978,042,710 

679,720,737 

284,106,740 

305,024,817 

144,545,428 

119,075,548 

137,486,892 


2$2, 461, 137, 000 

, 2,064,977,328 

2, 115, 864, 601 

1,827,508,088 

1,687,165,619 

1,042,320,083 

846,894,335 

400,492,040 

474,651,960 

209, 904, 969 

214,631,270 

306,835,914 




-$228,782,423 

1,561,847,505 

1,419,354,406 

318,181,928 

49,382,431 

- 64,277,373 

- 167,173,598 

- 116,385,300 

- 169,627,143 

- 65,359,541 

- 95,555,722 

- 169,349,022 


- 9 
76 
67 
17 

3 

- 6 
-20 
-29 
-36 
-31 
-45 
-55 


$2,461,137,000 

2,064,977,328 

1,491,195,586 

790,260,111 

452,149,833 

219,658,425 

124,098,861 

43, 136, 722 

- 31,207,446 

- 62,033,048 

- 42,140,055 
-157,427,730 








8624,669,015 
1,037,247,977 
1,235,015,786 
822,661,658 
722,795,474 
357.355,318 
505i 8.59, 406 
271,938,017 
256,771,325 
464,263,644 


239 

76 

37 

27 

17 

12 

- 6 

-23 

-16 

-34 


Total 


15,924,639,355 


13, 652, 383, 207 


6,298,577,620 


2,272,256,148 


17 


7,353,805,587 


117 







1 A minus sign ( — ) indicates decrease. 

2 Determined on basis of the number of returns filed and the average net income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 21 

Personal returns, tax yield for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by incoTue classes. 





Tax yield. 


Increase.! 


Income classes. 


1918 


1917 


1916 


1917-18 


1916-17 




Amount. 


Per 
cent. 


Amoimt. 


Per 
cent. 


$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000.... 
$25,000 to $50,000.... 
$50,000 to $100,000... 
$100,000 to $150,000.. 
$150,000 to $300,000.. 
$300,000 to $500,000.. 
$500,000 to $1,000,000 
$1,000,000 and over.. 


$26,481,602 
35,415,344 
82,928,720 
93, 057, 963 
142,448,679 
130,240,648 
147,428,655 
95,680,064 
136, 155, 916 
79, 164, 847 
69,834,148 
88,^85,249 


$16,243,504 

9,097,378 
18,283,457 
44,066,389 
80, 695, 149 
76, 593, 344 
85, 027, 556 
55,766,236 
86,718,157 
50,227,598 
59,349,187 
109,424,999 




$10,238,098 
26,317,966 
64,645,263 
48,901,574 
61,753,530 
53, 647, 304 
62,401,099 
39,913,828 
49,437,759 
28,937,249 
10,484,961 

-20,539,750 


60 

289 

354 

111 

77 

70 

73 

72 

57 

58 

18 

-19 


$16,243,504 
9,097,378 
17,507,653 
37, 765, 206 
69,058,135 
64, 990, 663 
68, 728, 969 
43,342.755 
62,710,890 
32,276,188 
38,447,276 
57, 937, 643 








$775, 804 
6,301,183 
11,637,014 
11,602,681 
16, 298, 587 
12,423,481 
24,007,267 
17,951,410 
20,901,911 
51,487,356 


2,257 
599 
593 
560 
422 
349 
261 
180 
184 
113 


Total 


1,127,721,835 


691,492,954 


173,386,694 1 436.228.881 


63 


518,106,260 


299 















1 A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 

Personal returns, average tax and average rate of tax per individual, calendar years 191S, 
1917, and 1916, by incomf classes. 



Income classes. 



Average 

tax per 

individual. 



Average 

rate of 

tax per 

cent. 



1917 



Average 

tax per 

individual. 



Average 

rate of 

tax per 

cent. 



1916 



Average 

tax per 

individual. 



Average 

rate of 

tax per 

cent.' 



$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to 85,000 

$5,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000... 
$150,000 to $300,000... 
$300,000 to $500,000... 
$500,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 and over. . . 

General average 



$17. 46 

23.66 

88.95 

291. 39 

1,222.01 

4, 563. 12 

14,748.76 

40, 576. 79 

89,871.89 

207, 237. 82 

392, 326. 67 

1, 326, 645. 51 



1.19 

.98 

2.35 

4.34 

8.20 

13.32 

21.69 

33.68 

44.64 

54.77 

58.65 

64.65 



$9.90 

10.85 

32.60 

162. 80 

717. 27 

2, 520. 26 

6, 835. 56 

16, 888. 62 

36, 948. 51 

89, 852. 59 

188,410.12 

776,063.82 



0.66 

.44 

.86 

2.41 

4.78 

7.34 

10.04 

13.92 

18.27 

23.93 

27.63 

35.65 



$4.94 

41.85 

143. 88 

488.86 

1, 559. 37 

4,283.96 

9, 851. 16 

25, 142. 03 

55, 590. 19 

249,938.62 



254.85 



7.08 



199. 11 



5.06 



396. 60 



0.12 

.61 

.94 

1.41 

2.25 

3.48 

4.75 

6.60 

8.14 

11.09 



2.75 



22 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



Personal returns, number filed for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by States and 

Territories. 



States and Terri- 
tories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Dist. of Columbia... 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey. . 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah ^ 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Nonresident aliens 
and citizens resid- 
ing abroad 

Total 



Number of returns. 



1918 



38,988 

7,606 

13, 701 

20,612 

206,471 
54,160 
86,489 
10,239 
43,776 
19, 102 
39,073 
4,242 
19, 249 

366,918 

104, 581 

118,933 
64,794 
47,098 
33,432 
25,104 
87, 085 

209, 786 

136,349 
84, 515 
19, 949 

110,890 

34,464 

96,049 

7.097 

17,317 

185,706 
13,084 

559, 753 
21,738 
29,120 

306,918 
46,818 
34.592 

518,729 
32, 921 
20, 239 
45, 505 
38, 232 

114,500 
18,517 
9,965 
51,207 
95,422 
48, 876 
94,704 
7,821 



3,678 



2 4,425,114 



1917 



21,844 
4,570 
12,264 
17,839 

182,232 
40,627 
64,472 
8,032 
29,737 
15,336 
38,252 
3,131 
16,414 

319,497 
85,021 

114,970 
63,065 
34,692 
32,317 
17,112 
60,954 

156,111 

111,562 
80, 009 
15,382 
91,608 
28,646 
82,472 
6,623 
10, 809 

134, 960 
11,616 

489,089 
22,977 
20,941 

190,273 
48, 758 
25,071 

328, 171 
23,927 
22,321 
39,654 
31,451 
95,416 
14,636 
7,258 
37,951 
56,322 
28, 281 
70,554 
7.663 



2 3,472,890 



1916 



2,097 

243 

994 

2,255 

21,208 
4,435 
9,713 
1,346 
6,808 
1,779 
3,444 
1,144 
756 

37,525 
7,004 
8,497 
4,290 
3,887 
4,517 
2,823 
9,674 

32,291 

11,448 
7,556 
1,440 

12,956 

1,801 

4,286 

364 

1,735 

19, 701 
813 

93, 155 
2,207 
1,176 

21, 774 
2,539 
2,800 

40,289 

3,745 

1,204 

971 

4,414 

10,514 
1,259 
1,100 
4,190 
5,360 
2,575 
8,261 
673 



3 437,036 



Increase. 1 



1917-18 



Number. 



17, 144 

3,036 

1,437 

2,773 

24,239 

13,533 

22,017 

2,207 

14,039 

3,766 

821 

1,111 

2,835 

47,421 

19,560 

3,963 

1,729 

12,406 

1,115 

7,992 

26, 131 

53,675 

23, 787 

4,506 

4,567 

19,282 

5,818 

13,577 

474 

6,508 

50,746 

1,468 

70,664 

—1,239 

8,179 

116,645 

-1,940 

9,521 

190, 558 

8,994 

-2, 082 

5,851 

6,781 

19,084 

3,881 

2,707 

13,256 

39,100 

20, 595 

24,150 

158 



952,224 



Per 
cent. 



78 
66 
12 
16 
13 
33 
34 
27 
47 
25 

2 
35 
17 
15 
23 

3 

3 
36 

3 
47 
43 
34 
21 

6 
30 
21 
20 
16 

7 
60 
38 
13 
14 
-5 
39 
61 
-4 
38 
58 
38 
-9 
15 
22 
20 
27 
37 
35 
69 
73 
34 

2 



1916-17 



Number. 



19, 747 
4,327 
11,270 
15,584 

161,024 
36, 192 
54,759 
6,686 
22, 929 
13, 557 
34, 808 
1,987 
15,658 

281,972 
78,017 

106,473 
58,775 
30, 805 
27, 800 
14,289 
51,280 

123, 820 

100,114 
72,453 
13,942 
78,652 
26,845 
78,186 
6,259 
9,074 

115,259 
10, 803 

395,934 
20,770 
19, 765 

168,499 
46,219 
22,271 

287, 882 
20, 182 
21,117 
38,683 
27,037 
84,902 
13,377 
6,158 
33, 761 
50,962 
25,706 
62,293 
6.990 



3,035,854 



1 A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 

2 Net incomes $1,000 and over. 
8 Net incomes $3,000 and over. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



23 



Personal returns, net income reported foi- calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by States 

and Territories. 



states and Terri- 
tories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California. 

Colorado. 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Dist. of Columbia. 

Florida 

Georgia 

HawalL 

Idaho. 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Micliigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey. 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma. 

Oregon. 

Peimsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington. 

"West Virginia 

"Wisconsin 

"Wyoming 

Nonresident aliens 
and citizens re- 
siding abroad 



Net income. 



1918 



$121,250 

15,434 

41,579 

76,354 

701,850 

159,487 

295,617 

48,358 

138,966 

63,681 

148,366 

20,054 

55,954 

1,256,309 

325,549 

450,267 

218,524 

166,350 

137,261 

84,033 

303,421 

868,460, 

415,313 

291,074 

70,323 

409,013 

90,091 

306,053 

17,826 

56,889 

653,112 

36,591 

2,719,713 

89,748 

89,586 

993,314 

163,678 

111,601 

1,770,848 

129,630 

73,855 

151,725 

139, 173 

392,975 

52,454 

34,063 

173, 104 

266,096 

156,557 

290,199 

26,413 



56,473,942 



Total 215,924,639,355 



1917 



$73,508,562 

10,549,506 

39,635,508 

68, 296, 287 

632,608,546 

137,853,875 

249,186,724 

56,459,176 

104,357,892 

54,338,496 

137,775,612 

21,888,755 

46,465,514 

1,119,960,600 

261,265,426 

337,283,861 

202,159,002 

124,826,244 

134,349,180 

66,950,710 

253,433,289 

717,512,002 

387,824,910 

275,510,103 

61,763,713 

362,026,687 

81,207,992 

251,988,895 

16,423,316 

42,843,296 

521,042,424 

31,644,721 

2,774,035,148 

84,220,131 

61,233,723 

740,406,422 

170,751,358 

84,746,023 

1,360,802,293 

112,129,569 

70,917,349 

109,794,860 

111,964,540 

350,297,337 

45,044,946 

29,540,804 

130,682,859 

169,727,615 

106,061,550 

228,190,253 

28,855,603 



213,652,383,207 



1916 



1, 
11; 
17, 

228. 
53, 

133, 
57, 
67, 
17, 
32, 
20, 
7, 

484, 
74; 
65! 
39, 
38, 
51, 
30, 

121, 

474 

162; 
93: 
14: 

147: 

19: 

36! 

2: 

19: 

254' 

7: 

1,922 

24: 

9: 

318^ 
66, 
24i 

643, 
65, 

9; 

7, 
39, 
113; 
14; 
14: 
42; 
49; 
30: 

87: 
e: 



36,298,577,620 



Increase.'" 



1917-18 



Amount. 



$47, 742 

4,885 

1,943 

8,057 

69, 241 

21,634 

46, 431 

-8,101 

34,608 

9,302 

10,590: 

-1,833 

9, 488 

136,348 

6^,284 

112,983 

16,365 

41,523 

2,912 

17,082 

49,987 

150,948 

27,488, 

15,564 

8, 559 

46,986 

8,883 

54,064 

1,403 

14,045 

132,070 

4,946 

-54,321 

5,528: 

28,352 

252,908 

-7,073 

26,855 

410,045 

17,500 

2,937 

41,930 

27,209' 

42,678 

7,409 

4,522 

42, 421 

96,369 

50,496 

62,009 

-2,441 



391 

481 
942 
750 
834 
076 
116 
145 
423 
905 
827 
815 
782 
885 
014 
724 
052 
883 
803 
502 
803 
459 
254 
526 
472 
334 
838 
670 
353 
988 
165 
695 
364 
680 
692 
010 
061 
027 
840 
753 
996 
626 
151 
220 
458 
461 
636 
131 
197 
432 
666 



2,272,256,148 



Per 
cent. 



20 
12 
25 
34 

8 
33 

2 
26 
20 
21 

7 

6 
14 
13 
11 
21 

9 
33 
25 
16 
-2 

7 
46 
34 
-4 
32 
30 
16 

4 
38 
24 
12 
16 
15 
32 
57 
48 
27 
-6 



1916-17 



Amount. 



039,552 
671,087 
858,267 
612,609 
283,601 
999, 745 
328,383 
339, 234 
023,271 
977, 294 
782,647 
526, 733 
538,450 
669, 767 
627, 743 
678,987 
520,537 
319,268 
074,547 
514,765 
424,235 
219, 240 
291,806 
308,719 
931,917 
957,384 
740,973 
429,288 
623,541 
285,754 
973,544 
157,989 
170,497 
394,305 
014,668 
583,911 
939,896 
777, 451 
558,302 
872,406 
034,402 
320,608 
096,865 
019,300 
763,740 
911,849 
466,395 
030,368 
890, 741 
575,658 
331,816 



7,353,805,587 



Per 
cent. 



298 

462 
237 
286 
177 
156 

86 
-2 

55 
212 
318 



131 
250 

414 
410 
224 
162 
120 
109 

51 
139 
196 
316 
146 
317 
589 
487 
119 
105 
323 

44 
239 
564 
132 
156 
240 
112 

72 
618 
1,369 
181 
209 
215 
102 
210 
242 
252 
160 
342 



1 A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 

2 Net incomes of $1,000 and over. 
» Net incomes of $3,000 and over. 



24 STATISTICS OF INCOME. 

Personal returns, tax yield/or calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by States and Territories, 



States and Terri- 
tories. 



Tax jrield. 



1918 



1917 



1916 



Increase.i 



1917-18 



Amount. 



Per 
cent. 



1916-17 



Amount. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

Dist. of Columbia.. . 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

Nonresident aliens 
and citizens resid- 
ing abroad 



Total. 



$4,431 

316 

1,724 

3,269 

36,070 
5,844 

17,690 
7,158 
8,669 
2,367 
7,077 
1,857 
1,493 

84,560 

11,456 

15,928 
7,880 
7,918 
9,353 
4,263 

20,415 

81,307 

22,336 

15,262 
3,542 

20,716 

3,012 

9,373 

412 

2,827 

43,109 

989 

354,263 

5,575 

2,219 

55, 170 

7,649 

6,049 

137,781 

13,512 
2,732 
4,139 
6,795 

21,575 
1,347 
1,821 
7,674 
9,743 
5,709 

11,382 
1.272 



563 
859 
116 
477 
926 
925 
343 
522 
100 
463 
184 
352 
518 
642 
898 
158 
244 
960 
518 
003 
237 
340 
385 
760 
849 
692 
902 
582 
342 
724 
648 
825 
417 
001 
954 
252 
280 
987 
370 
766 
593 
239 
268 
479 
780 
823 
725 
163 
295 
127 
692 



.?2, 023, 984 

132, 769 

1,019,262 

1,848,177 

20,355,424 
5,184,948 

10,595,737 
9,350,461 
4,446,620 
1,584,917 
3,250,342 
1,174,831 
839,646 

49,103,261 
5,978,782 
5,445,816 
5,428,495 
2,943,196 
4,936,825 
2,467,852 

12,378,724 

44,478,907 

15,159,388 
8,356,172 
2,252,612 

10, 880, 241 

1,548,582 

5,285,238 

241,944 

1,517,183 

25,710,042 

713, 829 

251,785,795 

2,747,673 

936, 862 

31,928,937 
5,682,493 
3,298,630 

79,454,848 
8, 805, 953 
1,815,909 
1,171,328 
2,794,197 

13,447,453 
1,364,652 
1,459,253 
3,929,273 
4,337,754 
3,303,285 
5,716,256 
838,196 



$175, 989 

17,022 

191,519 

157,513 

3,595,636 

1,055,758 

2,824,846 

3,695,605 

1,068,644 

322,636 

378,062 

366,802 

140,496 

10,947,250 

1,165,961 

518,845 

555, 943 

384,497 

778,693 

371,367 

2,405,523 

10,892,685 

3,340,682 

1,553,282 

195, 054 

2,373,327 

304,448 

347, 778 

18, 505 

258, 173 

5,545,231 

83, 935 

77,970,521 

56,970 

66,344 

7,722,306 

4,347,797 

337,051 

17,612,739 

1,915,104 

77,198 

48,563 

413,078 

2,643,697 

167,688 

365,004 

593,304 

776,470 

416,386 

1,253,257 

67.510 



$2,407 

184 

704 

1,421 

15,715 

659 

7,094 

-2,191 

4,222 

782 

3,; 

682 

653 
35,457 
5,478 
10,482 
2,451 
4,975: 
4,416 
1,795 
8,036 
36, 828 
7, 176 
6,906 
1,290 
9,836 
1,464 
4,088 

170 
1,310 
17,399 

275! 

102,477 

2,827 

1,283 

23, 241 

1,966 

2,751 

58,326 

4,706 

916 

2,967 

4,001 

8, 128: 

-16 

362 
3,745: 
5,365: 
2,406 
5,665 

434 



119 

139 
69 
77 
77 
13 
67 
-23 
95 
49 

118 
58 
78 
72 
92 

192 
45 

169 
89 
73 
65 
S3 
47 
83 
57 
90 
95 
77 
70 
86 
68 
39 
41 

103 

137 
73 
35 
83 
73 
53 
50 

253 

143 
60 

-1 
25 
95 

123 
73 
99 
52 



38 
4 
4 
4 
2 
4 
2 
9 
33 
11 
6 
2 
8 
1 
4, 

1, 
20, 

173, 

2, 

24. 

i: 

2. 

6i: 
6: 
i: 
i: 

2. 

lo: 
i: 
1 

3 
3 
2 
A 



8,665,567 



8,665,567 



2 1,127,721,835 



2 691.492,954 



3 173,386,694 



436,228,881 



63 



518,106,260 



I A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 

* Net incomes $1 ,000 and over. 

* Net incomes $3,000 and over. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 25 

Personal returns, income by sources for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916. 





Income. 


Increase.* 


Source of income. 


1918 


1917 


1916 


1917-18 


1916-17 




Amoimt. 


Per 
cent. 


Amount. 


' Per 
cent. 


Personal service: 
Salaries, wages, 
commissions, 
bonuses, di- 
rectors' fees, 
etc 


$8,267,391,550 
4,630,455,322 


$3,648,437,902 
3,958,670,028 


$1,478,346,372 
3,0r0,404,924 


$4,618,953,648 
671.78.5.294 


127 

17 


$2,170,091,530 
948,265,104 


147 


Business, trade, 
commerce, 
partnership, 
farming, and 
profits from 
incidental 
sales of real 
estate, stocks, 
bonds, and 
other proper- 
ty 


32 








Total 


12,897,846,872 


7,607,107,930 


4,488,751,296 


5,290,738,942 


70 


3,118,356,634 


69 


Property: 

Rents and roy- 


975,679,666 

1,403,485,691 
2,468,749,244 


684,343,399 

936,715,456 

2,848,842,499 


643,802,657 

1,080,879,405 
2,136,468,625 


291,336,267 

466,770,235 
-380,093,255 


43 

50 
-13 


40,540,742 

-144,163,949 
712,373,874 


6 


Interest on 
bonds, notes, 
etc., including 
fidaciaries, 
and foreign 
sources 

Dividends 


-13 
33 


Total 


4,847,914,601 


4,469,901,354 


3,861,150,687 378,013,247 


8 


608,750,667 


16 






Total income. 
General deduc- 
tions 


17,745.761,473 
1,821,122,118 


12,077,009,284 
885,763,077 


8, 349, 901 , 983 5, 668, 752, 189 
2, 051, 324, 363 j 935,359,041 


47 
106 


3,727,107,301 
-1,165,561,286 


45 

-57 






Net income 


215,924,639,355 


311,191,246,207 


<6, 298, 577, 620 4, 733, 393, 148 


42 


4,892,668,587 


78 



1 A minus sign (—) indicates decrease. 

2 Compiled from returns reporting net incomes of $1,000 and over. 
8 Compiled from returns reporting net incomes of $2,000 and over. 
* Compiled from returns reporting net incomes of $3,000 and over. 

In the study of the above table it should be observed that in 1917 
and 1918 the figures represent net amounts, the gross income having 
been reduced by the deductions applicable to each source. The item 
"General deductions" represents such other deductions as were not 
chargeable to any of the sources of income and includes interest on 
personal indebtedness, taxes on dwellings, and personal property, 
and other taxes not reported elsewhere; also other miscellaneous 
deductions, including contributions in 1918 but not in 1917. The 
amounts shown for 1916 represent gross income, the general deduc- 
tions not having been allocated to the several sources. 



26 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



Corporation returns, number filed for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by States ano 

Territories. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona ^ 

ArJiansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

IlUnois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire. ... 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Peimsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin , 

Wyoming , 

Total 



Number of corporations. 



1918 



3,228 

127 

1,101 

1,993 

15,964 

7,170 

4,799 

688 

719 

3,023 

4,384 

480 

1,184 

20,406 
8,589. 
8,257 
4,474 
4,307 
3,661 
2,469 
3,498 

12,622 
9,021 
8,576 
1,132 

13, 332 
3,804 
4,464 
440 
1,275 
8,807 
965 

47,535 
4,212 
2,752 

15,815 
6,321 
4,398 

18,473 
1,617 
3,554 
2,202 
4,186 
8,198 
2,542 
736 
5,009 
9,287 
3,519 

10,961 
1,303 



317,579 



1917 



3,470 
212 

460 
521 
369 
618 
976 
071 
263 
991 
956 
617 



1916 



3,361 

206 

1,390 

2,344 

17,986 
7,479 
4,852 
960 
1,130 
2,869 
4,758 
571 
1,780 

21,931 
8,546 
9,064 
4, 467 
5,405 
3,705 
3,084 
4,039 

13,273 
9,823 
9,276 
1,653 

14,262 
3,613 
4,561 
939 
1,052 
9,777 
979 

44,632 
5,021 
2,769 

17, 660 
7,150 
5,022 

20,460 
2,133 
3,915 
2,442 
4,670 
8,693 
3,481 
905 
5,950 
9,908 
4,381 

11,635 
1,291 



341,253 



Increase.' 



Amount. 



- 242 

- 85 

- 359 

- 528 
-2,405 

- 448 

- 177 

- 383 

- 544 

32 

- 572 

- 137 

- 705 
-1,983 

- 430 
-1,031 

- 130 
-1,273 

- 435 

- 842 

- 752 
-1,177 

- 972 

- 910 

- 679 
-1,508 

30 

- 220 

- 611 

98 
-1,305 

- 138 
1,391 

- 943 

- 372 
-1,800 
-1,043 

- 954 
-2,361 

- 654 

- 533 

- 386 

- 528 

- 841 
-1,003 

- 200 
-1,003 

244 
-1,040 

- 962 

- 38 



-33,847 



Per 

cent. 



- 7 
-40 
-25 
-21 
-13 

- 6 

- 4 
-33 
-43 

1 
-12 
-22 
-37 

- 9 

- 5 
-11 

- 3 
-23 
-11 
-25 
-18 

- 9 
-10 
-10 
-37 
-10 

1 

- 5 
-58 

8 
-13 
-13 

3 
-18 
-12 
-10 
-14 
-18 
-11 
-29 
-13 
-15 
-11 

- 9 
-28 
-21 
-17 

3 
-23 

- 8 

- 3 



-10 



1916-17 



Amount. 



109 
6 

70 
177 
383 
139 
124 
111 
133 
122 
198 

46 
109 
458 
473 
224 
137 
175 
391 
227 
211 
526 
170 
210 
158 
578 
161 
123 
112 
125 
335 
124 
1,512 
134 
355 
- 45 
214 
330 
374 
138 
172 
146 

44 
346 

64 

31 

62 

-865 

178 

288 

50 



10.173 



Per 
cent. 



3 
3 
5 
8 
2 
2 
3 
12 
12 
4 
4 
8 
6 
2 
6 
2 
3 
3 
11 
7 
5 
4 
2 
2 

10 
4 
4 
3 

12 

12 
3 

13 
3 
3 

13 
-1 
3 
7 
2 
6 
4 
6 
1 
4 
2 
3 
1 
-9 
4 
2 
4 



1 A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



27 



Corporation returns, net incovie reported for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by States 

ana Territories. 



States and Ter- 
ritories. 



Net income. 



1918 



1917 



1916 



Increase.! 



1917-18 



Amoimt. 



Per 

cent. 



1916-17 



Amount. 



Per 
cent. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut . . 

Delaware 

Dist. of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho. 

Illinois 

Indiana. 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts . . . 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska. .... 

Nevada 

NewHampshire. . 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York. 

North Carolina. 
North Dakota.. 

Ohio 

Oklaltoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania. . . 
Rhode Island. . . 
South Carolina. 
South Dakota. . 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia . . 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



$44,240,690 
694, 256 
, 712, 463 
1,279,541 
1,771,653 
,209,860 
1,323,386 
,730,072 
,100; 500 
,073,439 
i, 142, 676 
,023,809 
,305,194 
,325,582 
, 146, 476 
,992,499 
,794,544 
,821,552 
,167,621 
,251,628 
,761,692 
,896,233 
,729,021 
,101,260 
,244,051 
,919,402 
,821,251 
,872,984 
,288,227 
,223,546 
,018,725 
,628,744 
,317,770 
,028,177 
,900,561 
, 186, 133 
,626,312 
,694,323 
,262,739 
,399,455 
,292,576 
,704,447 
,465,096 
,123,481 
, 170, 237 
,251,162 
,670,674 
',751,208 
,642,276 
,550,172 
,861,873 



11 
20 

226 
74 

162 
46 
15 
14 
72 
24 
7 

759 

114 
60 
81 
69 
5 
25 
84 

614 

338 

138 
11 

258 

28 

33 

2 

42 

191 

6'. 

!,153 

107 
9 

643 
37 
34 

9o3 
78 
58 
9 
53 

124 
19 
9 

107 

7o; 

76 
158 



31 

23 

322 

96: 

181 

128! 

34 

18 

73 

38 

14 

1,133 

138 

77 

121 

82' 

88 

55 

109 

831 

307 

273 

14 

302: 

31 

46: 

3 

16 

256: 

14 

2,201 

91 

9 

936 

76 

34 

1,476 

76 

54 

10 

08 

208 

49 

12 

13(: 

84 

109 

149 

9 



430,518 
997,554 
,808,428 
,999,993 
i, 260, 909 
,761,318 
,855,545 
,477,428 
,393,560 
,677,504 
, 150, 726 
,002,867 
,951,419 
,783,726 
,322,867 
,849,313 
,396,212 
,895,744 
,178,618 
,824,590 
,891,583 
,735,324 
,749,892 
,447,667 
,814,159 
:, 119, 274 
,302,667- 
., 189, 285 
,805,024 
,319,046 
,292,144 
,592,888 
,115 746 
,608 121 
, 795, 608 
, 483, 205 
,978,232 
,385,889 
,497,279 
,653,837 
,561,634 
,856,357 
1,770,977 
,191,837 
,028,217 
,630,109 
,977,815 
,300,592 
,543,951 
,917,972 
,785,041 



S45 



30 

24 

279 

57 

189 

136 

41 

17 

56 

45 

10 

762 

101 

5 

104 
66 
52 

38: 

87 
467 
375 
205 

11 
222 

33 

35 
3 

14 
245 

15 
2,274 

60 

10 
630 
112 

18 
1,122 

71 

23 
7 

48 
123 

57. 
9 

93 

53 

66 
132 



1,892,777 
744,903 
,924,259 
,791,391 
,952,569 
,043,218 
,211,399 
,270,898 
,460,981 
,670,823 
,508,639 
,704,636 
,817,234 
1,145,412 
,751,368 
,610,384 
,070,570 
,519,119 
1,633,117 
,312,774 
,284,003 
,503,662 
,253,744 
,685,329 
,382,856 
1,630,602 
,580,309 
,742,854 
,778,312 
,861,724 
,706,911 
, 138, 195 
,661,422 
,882,803 
,664,421 
,144,978 
,338,867 
,732,510 
1,447,066 
,874,276 
,512,698 
,924,094 
1,737,212 
,581,835 
,600,820 
,201,351 
,482,931 
, 468, 785 
,409,707 
,762,577 
,895,659 



- $16,189,828 

- 303, 298 

- 20,095,965 

- 3, 720, 452 

- 95,489.256 

- 22,551^458 

- 19,532,159 

- 81,747,356 

- 19,293,060 

- 4,604,065 

- 1,008,050 

- 13,979,058 

- 7,646,225 

- 374,458,144 

- 24l 176,391 

- 16,856,814 

- 39,601,668 

- 13,074,192 

- 31,010,997 

- 30,572,962 

- 25,129,891 

- 216,839,091 

30,979,129 

- 135,346,407 

- 3,570,108 

- 43,199,872 

- 2,481,416 

- 12,316,301 

- 1,516,797 
25,904,500 

- 65,273,419 

- 7,964,144 

- 47,797,976 
15,420,056 

104,953 

- 293,297.072 

- 39,351,920 

308,434 

- 513,234,540 

1,745,618 
3,730,942 

- 1,151,910 

- 15,305,881 

- 84,068,356 

- 29,857,980 

- 3,378,947 

- 29,307,141 

- 13,549,384 

- 32,901,675 

8,632,200 

- 2,923,168 



-27 
-30 
-63 
-16 
-30 
-23 
-11 
-64 
—56 
-25 

- 1 
-37 
-51 
-33 
-17 
-22 
-33 
-16 
-35 
—55 
-23 
-26 

10 
-49 
-24 
-14 

- 8 
-27 
-40 

159 
-25 
—.55 

- 2 
17 

1 
-31 
-51 

1 
-35 

2 

7 
-11 
-22 
-40 
-61 
-27 
-21 
-16 
-30 

6 
-30 



$14,537,741 
252,651 
884, 169 

- 791,398 
42,308,340 
39,718,100 

- 7,355,854 

- 7,793,470 

- 7,067,421 
1,006,681 

16,642,087 

- 7,701,769 
4, 134, 185 

371,638,314 
36,571,499 
20,238,929 
17,325,642 
16,376,625 
35,54.5,501 
17,511,816 
22,607,580 

364,231,662 

-67,503,852 

67,762,338 

3,431,303 

79,488,672 

- 2,277,642 
10,446,431 

26,712 

1,457,322 

10,585,233 

- 545, 307 
-73,545,676 

30,725,318 

- 868,813 
306,338,227 

-35,360,635 

15,653,379 

354,050,213 

4,779,561 

31,048,936 

2,932,263 

20,033,765 

84,610,002 

- 8,572,603 
3,428,758 

43,494,884 
30,831,807 
43,134,244 
17,155,395 
889,382 



32 

34 

3 

- 3 
15 
70 

- 4 

- 6 
-17 

6 
29 

-17 
38 
49 
36 
35 
17 
25 
68 
46 
26 
78 

-18 
33 
.30 
36 

- 7 
29 

1 

10 
4 

- 4 

- 3 
50 

- 8 
49 

-31 
84 
32 
7 
132 
37 
41 
68 

-15 
37 
47 
58 
65 
13 
10 



Total 8,361,511,249 10,730,360,211 



8,765,908,984 



—2,368,848,962 



22 1,964,451,227 



I A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 



28 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



Corporation returns, tax yield for calendar years 1918, 1917, and 1916, by States and 

Territories. 



States and Territories. 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia . 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii , 

Idaho... 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana ■. . . 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska , 

Nevada , 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina, 

South Dakota.. 

Tennessee 

Texas 

UtE^h 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



Tax. 



1918 



$14,880,689 
202, 818 

3,913,183 

.5,747,375 
71,857,906 
28,033,8*4 
65,472,179 
19,937,765 

4,792,854 

3,005,475 
28,978,044 

8,014,383 

1,833,894 
278,662,236 
40,491,541 
16,100,592 
19,619,483 
23,978,936 
18,300,881 

7,997,729 
30,116,417 
274,088.286 
143,175,293 
35,545,623 

3, 180, 341 
103,399,779 

5,463,830 

8,259,550 

438,975 

17,636,174 

59,670,460 

1,277,469 

807,306,499 

50,678,099 

1,485,977 
267,344,555 
10, 324, 532 
12,277,923 
385, 262, 742 
35,882,763 
26,302,736 

2,001,261 
19,108,846 
34,459,589 

6,147,459 

3, 564, 707 
31,014,980 
23,869,313 
34,955,959 
60,827,480 

1,875,018 



1917 



$15,174 
249 

6,598 

3,962 
58,384 
14,656 
44,742 
29,154 

4,117 

2,401 
12,312 
11,381 

2,497 
219,018 
28, 179 
12,517 
19,611 
17,390 
17,557 

8,082 

18,699 

137,224 

60,968 

48,898 

1,927 
57,452 

3,891 

6,728: 
431 

3,181 
47,280 

3,204 

394, 470: 

20,353: 

2,144 

2*8,117 

14,476 

6,331 

387,895 

17,236 

9,069 

1,780 
12,841 
36,004 

7,349 

2,200: 
18,948: 
14,143 
28,631 
30,893 

1,675 



347 



Total 3,158,764,422 2,142,445,769 171,805,150 1,016,318,653 



$912,402 



14 

619 

487 

5,458 

1,115 

3,713 

2,894 

778 

351 

1,082 

889 

212 

15,014 

2,001 

1,113 

2,073 

1,303 

1,047 

744 

1,658 

8,927 

7,362 

4,053 

222 

4,347 

663 

701 

75 

285 

4,819 

303 

44,464 

1,200 

207 

12,364 

2,196 

357 

22,276 

1,395 

445 

155 

949 

2,352 

1,145 

180 



1,709,418 
1,054,032 
1,314,023 
2,615 

170;818 



636 
181 
130 
102 
854 
384 
425 
274 
040 
190 
751 
526 
845 
337 
903 
911 
454 
775 
773 
036 
594 
945 
243 
380 
717 
332 
490 
148 
939 
514 
499 
771 
185 
064 
799 
340 
644 
545 
766 
222 
845 
638 
057 
035 
639 



Increase.i 



1917-18 



Amount. 



- 47 

- 2,685 
1,785 

13,473 
13,377 
20, 729 

- 9,216 

675 

604 

16,665 

- 3,366 

- 663 
59; 643 
12,312 

3,583 

7 

6,588: 

743 

- 84 
11,416 

136,863 

82,206 

-13,352 

1,252 

45,947 

1,572 

1,530 

7 

14,454 

12,389 

- 1,927 
412,835 

30,325 

- 658: 
49,226 

- 4,152 
5,946 

- 2,632 
18,646 
17,233 

220 
6,266 

- 1,544 

- 1,202 
1,364 

12,066 
9,725 
6,324 

29,934 
199 



658 
042 
680 
076 
638 
727 
486 
850 
697 
406 
077 
618 
558 
417 
372 
264 
608 
213 
242 
797 
624 
581 
785 
647 
884 
768 
514 
994 
508 
862 
771 
223 
848 
,.001 
709 
852 
193 
153 
937 
053 
614 
292 
875 
802 
172 
125 
600 
991 
254 
030 
337 



Per 
cent. 



- 2 
-19 
-41 

45 

23 

91 

46 

-32 

16 

25 

135 

-30 

-27 

27 

44 

29 

1 

38 

4 

- 1 
61 
99 

135 

-27 

65 

80 

40 

23 

2 

454 

26 

-60 

105 

149 

-31 

23 

-29 

94 

- 1 
108 
190 

12 
49 

- 4 
-16 

62 
64 
69 
22 
97 
12 



1916-17 



Amount. 



$14,261,945 
235,224 

5,979,682 

3,475,1C9 
52,926,166 
13,540,243 
41,029,309 
26,260,190 

3,338,883 

2,050,029 
11,230,777 
10,491,250 

2,284,926 
204,003,974 
26,177,832 
11,403,425 
17,537,964 
16,087,269 
16,509,864 

7,337,753 

17,041,757 

128,297,111 

53,605,563 

44,845,027 

1,705,077 
53,104,294 

3,227,984 

6,027,066 
356,319 

2,895,373 
42,461,175 

2,901,193 

350,005,880 

19,152,913 

1,937,622 

205, 752, 904 

12,280,385 

5,974,126 

365,619,134 

15,840,944 

8,623,900 

1,625,124 
11,892,333 
33,652,334 

6,204,596 

2,019,943 
17,238,962 
13,089,290 
27,317,682 
28,277,871 

1,504,863 



47 1,970,640,619 



Per 
cent. 



1,563 

1,607 

966 

713 

970 

1,213 

1,105 

907 

429 

584 

1,038 

1,179 

1,075 

1,359 

1,308 

1,024 

846 

1,234 

1,576 

985 

1,028 

1,437 

728 

1,105 

767 

1,221 

487 

859 

474 

1,013 

881 

956 

787 

1,596 

936 

1,664 

559 

1,670 

1,641 

1,135 

1,937 

1,043 

1,252 

1,431 

542 

1,118 

1,008 

1,242 

2,079 

1,081 

881 



1,147 



1 A minus sign (— ) indicates decrease. 



SUMMARY OF INCOME AND TAX REPORTED BY YEARS. 

A general review of the number of returns, the net income, and 
the tax reported for each of the years since the inception of the 
present epoch of income taxation, is given in the following tables: 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 29 

Nuvnher of personal returns, calendar years 1914-1918, by income classes. 



Income classes. 



$1,000 to $2, 000 

82,000 to S3,000 

$3,000 to 84,000 

$4,000 to ?5,000 

$5,000 to 810,000 

$10,000 to 815,000 

$15,000 to 820,000 

820,000 to 825, 000 

825 ,000 to 830, 000 

830,000 to 840 ,000 

$40,000 to 850,000 

$50,000 to 8100,000.... 
$100,000 to $150,000... 
8150,000 to 8200,000... 
8200,000 to $250,000... 
8250,000 to $300,000... 
8300,000 to 8400,000... 
8400,000 to 8500,000... 
$500,000 to 81,000,000. 
$1,000,000 and over... 



Total. 



Married women making separate returns from husbands. 
Total number of returns filed 



1914 



82,754 

66, 525 

127, 448 

34, 141 

15, 790 

8,672 

5,483 

6,008 

3,185 

5, 161 

1,189 

406 

233 

130 

147 

69 

114 

60 



357,515 



357,515 



1915 



69,045 

58,949 

120, 402 

34, 102 

16, 475 

9,707 

6,196 

7,005 

4,100 

6,847 

1,793 

724 

386 

216 

254 

122 

209 

120 



336,652 



336,652 



1916 



85, 122 

72,027 

150, 553 

45, 309 

22,618 

12, 953 

8, 055 

10, 068 

5,611 

10, 452 

2,900 

1,284 

726 

427 

469 

245 

376 

206 



429, 401 
17,635 



437,036 



1917 



1,640,758 

838, 707 

374,958 

185,805 

270, 666 

65, 800 

29, 896 

16, 806 

10, 571 

12, 733 

7,087 

12, 439 

3,302 

1,302 

703 

342 

380 

179 

315 

141 



3,472,890 



3,472,890 



1918 



1,516,938 

1,496,878 

610, 095 

322, 241 

319,356 

69,992 

30, 227 

16,350 

10,206 

11,887 

6,449 

9,996 

2,358 

866 

401 

247 

260 

122 

178 

67 



4,425,114 



4,425,114 



1 The net income reported on separate returns made by husband and wife in 1916 are combined and in- 
cluded as one return in the figures for the several classes. In all other years the returns of married women 
filed separately are included in their individual income classes independent of husbands' income. 

Note.— The returns for 1913 are omitted, as they pertain only to the last 10 months of that year. 

Returns of net income by years. 
PERSONAL. 



Year. 


Number of 
returns. 


Net income. 


Increase from 
year to year. 


1913 


1357,598 
1357,515 
1336,652 
1437,036 
3 3,472,890 


2 83,900,000,000 
4, 000, 000, 000 
4,600,000,000 
6,300,000,000 
13.700.000.000 




1914 


$100,000,000 


1915 


600,000,000 


1916 


1,700,000,000 


1917 


7,400,000,000 


1918 


3 4,425,114 1 16.000.000.000 


2,300,000,000 











CORPORATION. 



Year. 



1909 
1910 
1911 
1912 
1913, 
1914 
1915 
1916 
1917 
1918 



Total 
niunber 

of 
returns. 



262, 490 
270, 202 
288, 352 
305, 336 
316, 909 
6 299,445 
« 366, 443 
341,2.53 
351,426 
317,579 



Returns 
showing 
taxable 



< 52,498 
4 54,040 
4 55, 129 
4 61,116 
188, 866 
174, 205 
190, 911 
206, 984 
232, 079 
202, 061 



Returns 
showing 

no 
taxable 
income. 



209,992 
216, 162 
233,223 
244,220 
128,043 
125,240 
175, 532 
134, 269 
119,347 
115, 518 



Net income. 



83, .590, 
3,761, 
3, 503, 
4,151, 
4,714, 
3,940, 
5,310, 
8, 765, 

10, 730, 
8,400, 



000, 000 
000,000 
000,000 
000,000 
000, 000 
000,000 
000,000 
900,000 
400,000 
000,000 



Increase 

from year 

to year. 



8171, 

5 258, 

648, 

563, 

B774, 

1,370, 

3,455, 

1,964, 

'2,330, 



000,000 
000,000 
000,000 
000,000 
000,000 
000,000 
900,000 
500,000 
400,000 



■ Returns reporting net income of 83,000 and over. 

2 Determined on the basis of the numt?cr of returns filed and the average net income in each class. 
3Returns reporting net income of 81,000 and over. 
* Returns showing net income in excess of $5,000 exemption. 
6 Decrease. 

81915 contains approximately 30,000 returns showing no net income which properly belong and should 
boincluded in 1914. (See Annual Report Commissioner of Internal Revenue, 1916, p. 26.) 



30 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 

Income tax yield by years. 



Year. 



Personal. 



Normal tax. 



Surtax. 



War profits 
and excess 
profits tax. 



Total tax. 



1913 1 

1914 1 
1915 1 
1916. 
1917. 
1918. 



S12,728,038 
16, 559, 493 
23,995,777 
51,440,558 
156,897,441 
476,432,808 



$15,525,497 
24, 486,*69 
43,947,818 
121,946,136 
433,345,732 
651,289,027 



$101,249,781 



$28,253,535 

41,046,162 

67,943,595 

173,386,694 

691,492,954 

1,127,721,835 



Year. 



19131. 
19141. 
19151. 
1916.. 
1917.. 
1918. . 



Partnership. 



War profits 
and excess 
profits tax. 



$103,887,984 



Corporation. 



Income tax. 



2 $43, 127, 740 

39,144,532 

56,993,657 

171,805,150 

503,698,029 

653,198,483 



War profits 
and excess 
profits tax. 



$1,638,747,740 
2,505,565,939 



Total tax. 



2 $43, 127, 740 

39,144,532 

56,993,657 

171,805,150 

2,142,445,769 

3,158,764,422 



Grand total. 



$71,381,275 
80,190,694 
124,937,252 
345,191,844 
2,921 583,203 
4,286,486,257 



1 Annual Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue for the fiscal year ended June 30, immediately 
following the years shown above. 

2 Includes excise tax $10,671,077, act of Aug. 5, 1909. 

On the pages immediately following will be fomid the basic tables 
to which the foregoing text tables refer. 
Respectfully, 

Paul F. Myers, 

Acting Commissioner of Internal Revenue. 

Approved: December 28, 1920, 
D. F. Houston, 

Secretary of the Treasury. 



BASIC TABLES 



Personal Returns 



31 



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TABLE 3.— PERSONAL RETURNS— SIMPLE AND CUMULATIVE DIS- 
TRIBUTION BY INCOME CLASSES. 

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1918.] 



Income classes. 



Returns. 



Simple distribution. 



Number 
in each 
class. 



Per cent 
of total. 



Cumulative distribu- 
tion. 



Over the 
class 
below. 



Under the 
class 
above. 



Cumulative per- 
centages. 



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class 
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Under the 
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$1,000 to .12,000 

$2,000 to S3,000 

S3,000 to S4.000 

84.000 to 85,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to 37,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $1.5,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$2^ ,000 to $25,000 

$2.5.000 to $30.000 

830,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to 870 ,000 

$70,000 CO 880,000 

$80,000 to .$90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000 

8200,000 to $250,000.... 

8250,000 to $300,000 

$.300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500 000 

8500,000 to $750,000 

8750,000 to $1,000,000... 
81,000,000 to 81,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2000,000. 
82,000,000 1 J $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to 84,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to 85,000,000. 

$.5,000,000 and over 

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1, 516, 938 

1,496,878 

610,095 

322,241 

126, 554 

79, 1.52 

51,381 

35,117 

27, 152 

20,414 

16,371 

13,202 

10.882 

9; 123 

30,227 

16,3.50 

10,206 

11,887 

6,449 

3,720 

2,441 

1,691 

1,210 

934 

2,358 

866 

401 

247 

260 

122 

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2.86 
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4,425,114 

2,908,176 

1,411,298 

801,203 

478,962 

352, 408 

273,256 

221,875 

186, 758 

159,606 

139,192 

122,821 

109,619 

98,737 

89,614 

59,387 

43,037 

32, 831 

20 944 

14,495 

10,775 

8, 334 

6,643 

5,433 

4,499 

2,141 

1,275 

874 

627 

367 

245 

113 

67 

34 

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3,623,911 
3,946,l.-,2 
4,072,706 
4,15I,85S 
4,203,239 
4, 238, 356 
4.265,508 
4; 285,922 
4,302,293 
4,315,495 
4,326,377 
4,335,600 
4,365,727 
4,382,077 
4,392,283 
4,404,170 
4,410,619 
4 414,339 
4,416,780 
4,418,471 
4,419,681 
4,420.615 
4,422.973 
4,423,839 
4,424,240 
4,424,487 
4, 424. 747 
4,424,869 
4,425,001 
4,425,047 
4,42,5,080 
4,425,096 
4,425,107 
4,425,111 



100.00 
65. 72 
31.89 
18.10 
10. 82 

7.96 

6.17 

5.01 

4.22 

3.61 

3.15 

2.78 

2.48 

2.24 

2.03 

1.35 
.98 
.75 
.48 
.33 
.25 
.19 
.15 
.12 
.10 
.05 
.03 
.02 
.0144 
.0085 
.0057 
.0026 
.0016 
.0008 
.0004 
.0002 



34.28 

68.11 

81.90 

89.18 

92.04 

93. S3 

94.99 

95.78 

96.39 

96.85 

97.22 

97.52 

97.76 

97.97 

98.65 

99.02 

99.25 

99.52 

99.67 

99.75 

99.81 

99.85 

99.88 

99.90 

99.95 

99.97 

99.98 

99. 9856 

99. 9915 

99. 9943 

99. 9974 

99. 9984 

99. 9992 

99.9996 

99. 9998 

99.9999 



4,425,114 



.0001 



IOO.OOOj 



4,425.114 



Income classes. 



$1,000 to $2,000... 
$2,000 to $3,000... 
$3,000 to $4,000... 
.84,000 to $5, 000... 
$5,000 to 86, 000... 
.$6,000 to $7,000... 
87,000 to $8, 000... 
$8,000 to 89, 000... 
89,000 to $10,000.. 
$10,000 to $11,000. 
$11, 000 to $12,000. 
$12,000 to$13,000. 
$13,000 to$M,000. 
$14,000 to 8 J. 5,000. 
815,000 to .$20,0(X). 
$20,000 to $25,000. 
$25,000 to $30,000. 
$.30,000 to $}0,0f JO. 
$40,(K)0 to $.50,000. 
$.50,000 to $60,000. 



Net income. 



Simple distribution. 



Amoiuitin 
each class. 



,232,354,577 
,626,824,833 
,096,64.5,421 
,438,573,586 
692, 787, 058 
511,906,548 
384, 799, 049 
298,141,372 
258, 055, 989 
214, 690, 308 
188, 661, 249 
165, 180, 632 
147,077,711 
132, 627, 910 
522,089,846 
366, 220, 394 
279, 226, 3.59 
410, .5,3 1,915 
288, 281, 436 
203, 716, 837 



Per 

cent 

of 

total. 



14.02 
22.78 
13.17 
9.03 
4.35 
3.21 
2.42 
1.87 
1.62 
1.35 
1.18 
1.04 
.92 
.83 
3.28 
2.30 
1.75 
2.58 
1.81 
1.28 



Cumulative distribution. 



Over the class 
below. 



$15,924, 
13, 692, 
10, 065, 
7,968, 
6, 530, 
5, 837, 
5,325, 
4, 940, 
4, 642, 
4,384, 
4, 169, 
3,981, 
3,816, 
3, 668, 
3,536, 
3, 014, 
2,648, 
2,368, 
1,9.58, 
1,669, 



,639,355 
284, 778 
459, 945 
814,524 
240, 938 
453, 880 
547, 332 
748,283 
606,911 
550, 922 
860, 614 
199, 365 
018, 733 
941,022 
313,112 
223, 266 
002, 872 
776,513 
241,. 598 
960, 162 



Under the class 
above. 



$2, 232, 
5,859, 
7, 955, 
9, 394, 
10, 087, 
10, 599, 
10, 983, 
11,282, 
11,540, 
11,754, 
11,943, 
12, 108, 
12, 255, 
12,388, 
12,910, 
13, 276, 
13, 555, 
13, 966, 
14,254, 
14, 458, 



354,577 
179, 410 
824,831 
398,417 
185, 475 
092, 023 
891,072 
032,444 
088, 433 
778,741 
439, 990 
620, 622 
698, 3.33 
326, 243 
416, 089 
036, 483 
862,842 
397, 757 
679, 193 
396, 030 



Cumulative 
percentages. 



Over 

the 

class 

below. 



100. 00 
85.98 
63. 20 
50.03 
41.00 
36.65 
33.44 
31.02 
29.15 
27. 53 
26.18 
25.00 
23.96 
23. 04 
22.21 
18. 93 
16. 63 
14.88 
12. 30 
10.49 



Under 

the 

class 

above. 



14.02 

36.80 
49.97 
59.00 
63.35 
66.56 
68.98 
70.85 
72.47 
73. 82 
75.00 
76.04 
76.96 
77.79 
81.07 
83.37 
85.12 
87.70 
89.51 
90.79 



I Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the ta.xpayers. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



37 



TABLE 



3.— PERSONAL RETURNS— SIMPLE AND CUMULATIVE 
TRIBUTION BY INCOME CLASSES— Continued. 



DIS 





Net income. 




Simple distribution. 


Cumulative* distribution. 


Cumulative 
percentages. 




Amount in 
each class. 


Per 

cent 

of 

total. 


Over tbe class Under the class 
below. above. 


Over 

the 

class 

below. 


Under 
the 
class 

above. 


S60,000 to $70,000 


$158,164,951 
126, 460, 637 


$0.99 
.79 


$1,466,243,325 $14,616,560,981 
1,308,078,374 14,743,021,618 


9.21 
8.22 
7.43 

6.78 

6.22 

4.44 

3.51 

2.94 

2.52 

1.94 

1.60 

1.10 

.86 

.61 

.44 

.28 


91.78 


$70,000 to $80,000 


92.57 


$80,000 to $90,000 . 


102, 947, 144 
88,431,168 
281,106,740 
148,743,575 
89,325,520 
66, 955, 722 
90, 420, 685 


.65 


1 181 617 7.^7 ! 14 84.^^ QfiS 7fi2 


93 22 


$90,000 to $100,000 


.56 i; 078,' 670^ 593 i 14 ; 934; 399^ 930 
1. 78 990, 239, 425 1 15, 218, 506, 670 
. 93 706, 132, 685 i 15, 367, 250, 245 
.57 557,389,110 15,456,575,765 
.42 468,063,590 i 15,523,531,487 
. 58 401, 107, 868 1 15, 613, 952, 152 
.34 310,687,203 15. 668.076. 915 


93.78 


$100,000 to $150,000 


95.56 


$150,000 to $200,000. 


96 49 


$200, 000 to $250, 000... 


97 06 


$250,000 to $300,000 


97. 4S 


$300,000 to $ 100,000 


98.06 


$400,000 to $500,000 


51,121,763 
80,377,939 
38,697,609 
39,213,088 
26,878,507 
26,777,977 
14, 130, 796 


98.40 


$500,000 to $750,000. . . 


. 50 256, 562, 440 
.24 176,184,501 
.25 1.37.4S6.S92 


15,748,454,854 
15,787,152,463 
15,826,395,551 
15,853,274,058 
15,880,052,035 
15,894,182,831 


98 90 


$750,000 to $1,000,000 


99.14 


$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 


99 39 


$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 


.17 
.16 
.09 


98,243,804 
71,365,297 
44,587,320 


99.56 


$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 


99.72 


$3,000,000 to $1,000,000 .... 


99 81 


$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 


(■) 
(0 
30, 456, 524 




$5,000,000 and over 








1 


Classes grouped ' 

Total 


.19 


30,456,524 


15,924,639,355 


.19 


100.00 


15,924,639,355 


100.00 










1 





Income classes. 



Tax (income tax and surtax). 



Simple distribution. 



Amoimt in 
each class. 



Per cent 
of total. 



Cumulative distribution. 



Over the class 
below. 



Under the 
clabS above. 



Cumulative per- 
centages. 



Over 

the class 

belov/. 



Under 
the class 

al->ove. 



$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$.5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

88,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $(iO,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000... 
$150, 000 to $200,000... 
$200,000 to $250,000... 
$250,000 to $300,000... 
$300, 000 to $400,000... 
$400,000 to $500,000... 
$500,000 to $750,000... 
$750,000 to $1 000,000. . 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 

$;3,ooo,ooo to $4,000,000 

$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 
85,000,000 and over. . . 
Classes grouped ' 

Total 



$26,481,602 
35,415,344 
43,015,203 
39,313,517 
22,572,721 
19,435,200 
17,797,148 
16,609,723 
16, 643, 171 
13,488,008 
12,945,727 
11,927,048 
11,073,150 
10,521,623 
45,307,569 
37,125,494 
31,828,731 
53,652,329 
44,759,588 
39,638,535 
32,316,362 
28, 757, 439 
25,752,648 
23, 903, 671 
95, 680, 064 
60,488,375 
42,425,796 
33,241,745 
48,550,892 
30, 613, 955 
47,388,286 
22,445,862 
25,068,133 
17,783,591 
17,247,243 
9,119,369 

(') 

0) 
19,666,913 



2. 35 
3.14 
3.87 
3.49 
2.00 
1.72 
1.57 
1.47 
1.47 
1.20 
1.15 
1.06 
.98 
.93 
4.03 
3.29 
2.82 
4 77 
3.97 
3.25 
2.87 
2.55 
2.28 
2.12 
8.49 
5.36 
3.76 
2.95 
4.31 
2.71 
4.20 
1.99 
2.22 
1.58 
1.53 
.81 



51,127, 
1,101, 

i,oa5, 

1,022, 
982, 
900, 
940, 
923, 
906, 
889, 
870, 
863, 
851, 
840, 
829, 
784, 
747, 
715, 
661, 
617, 
580, 
548, 
519, 
493, 
469, 
374, 
313, 
271, 
237, 
189, 
158, 
111, 
88, 
63, 
46, 
28, 



721, 835 
240,233 
824,889 
209,686 
896, 169 
323,448 
883,248 
091, 100 
481,377 
838, 206 
350, 138 
401,411 
477,363 
404, 213 
882,590 
515,021 
389,527 
560, 796 
908, 467 
148, 879 
510,344 
193,982 
436,543 
683, 895 
720,224 
040, 160 
551,785 
125,989 
884,244 
333, 352 
719, 397 
331,111 
885,249 
817,116 
033,525 
786, 282 



61 
105 
144 
167 
186: 
204: 
221 
23 
2.51 
264 
276: 
287 
297 
343 
380 
412: 
465 
510 
547: 
579: 
608: 
634: 
65S: 
753 
8I4: 
856: 
889: 
938 
969: 
1,016: 
1,038 
1,063 
1,081 
1,098: 

1,108: 



,481,602 
,896,946 
,512,149 
,825,666 
,398,387 
,833,587 
,630,735 
,240,458 
,883,629 
,371,697 
,317,424 
, 244, 472 
,317,622 
,839,245 
,206,814 
1,332,308 
:, 161,039 
,813,368 
1,572,956 
,211,491 
1,527,853 
, 285, 292 
,037,940 
,001,611 
,681,675 
, 170, 050 
,595,846 
,837,591 
,388,483 
,002,438 
,390,724 
,836,586 
,904,719 
,688,310 
,935,553 
,054,922 



100.00 
97.65 
94. 51 
90.64 
87.15 
85.15 
83.43 
81.86 
80.39 
78.92 
77.72 
76. 57 
75.51 
74 53 
73.60 
69.57 
66.28 
63.46 
58.69 
54 72 
51.47 
48.60 
46.05 
43.77 
41.65 
33. 16 
27.80 
24.04 
21.09 
16.78 
14.07 
9.87 
7.88 
5.66 
4.08 
2.55 



2.35 
5.49 
9.30 
12.85 
14.85 
16. 57 ' 
18.14 
19. 61 
21.08 
22.28 
23.43 
24.49 
25.47 
26.40 
30.43 
33. 72 
36.54 
41.31 
45.28 
48.53 
51.40 
53.95 
56.23 
58.35 
66.84 
72.20 
75.96 
78.91 
83.22 
85.93 
90.13 
92.12 
94.34 
95.92 
97.45 
98.26 



1.74 



19,666,913 



1,127,721,835 



100.00 



1,127,721,8.35 



' Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



38 



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45 



46 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL BETURNS^DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shovnng for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid. 

[Income returned for the calendar year ended Dec. 31, 1918.] 
ALABAMA. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 


3,722 

8,236 

5,794 

10, 155 

163 

4,929 

11 

2,585 

942 

595 

411 

276 

205 

168 

127 

91 

68 

41 

187 

99 

47 

64 

35 

15 

8 

5 

4 

1 

3 


$5,773,936 

12,160,874 

13,295,840 

25,444,598 

524,804 

16,915,470 

46,102 

11,591,089 

5,118,255 

3,840,840 

3,061,959 

2,331,948 

1,945,577 

1,741,212 

1,468,790 

1,134,055 

919, 370 

589, 709 

3,206,734 

2,231,756 

1,296,292 

2,204,205 

1,551,962 

814,782 

520, 178 

373,918 

339,933 

(=) 

(2) 


$7,968,045 

8,376,148 

14,942,750 

19,925,861 

499,100 

10,820,619 

28,210 

5,877,966 

2,094,039 

1,328,881 

900,290 

587,605 

433,583 

358,666 

277,428 

197,600 

146,600 

84,467 

396,516 

203,800 

102,800 

123,566 

75,232 

34,800 

17,400 

11,200 

9,800 

8 


$128,551 

56,897 

126,630 

261,393 

64,851 

452,786 

20,832 

475,534 

340,671 

400,987 

370, 153 

283,874 

341,083 

300,366 

268,642 

202,678 

209,670 

97,003 

718,734 

700,761 

377, 166 

710,809 

611,760 

258,275 

286,417 

60,155 

91,177 








$1,000 to $2,000 


$252,541 




$252,541 


$2,000 to $3,000 1 




$2,000 to $3,000 


331,509 




331,509 


$3,000 to $4,000 1 




$3,000 to $4 ,000 


340,309 




340,309 


$4,000 to $5,000 1 






$4,000 to $5,000 


314,469 

168,036 

138,968 

129,919 

114,386 

104,956 

93, 123 

91,330 

68,803 

52,070 

39,661 

211,487 

142,918 

87,058 

149, 329 

102,236 

58,762 

28,326 

35,996 

17,892 

(') 

(2) 




314,469 

171,942 

149,677 

145,625 

130,319 

124,937 

114,015 

111,885 

88,145 

69,345 

53, 148 

300,309 

235, 148 

155,700 

300,893 

232,961 

152,217 

105,582 

97,236 

84,292 

en 


$5,000 to $6 ,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20 ,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40 ,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60 ,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 


$3,906 
10,709 
15,706 
15,933 
19,981 
20,892 
20,555 
19,342 
17,275 
13,487 
88,822 
92,230 
68,642 
151,564 
130,725 
93,455 
77,256 
61,240 
66,400 
(2) 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 


C) 


(») 1 (2) 


$200,000 to $250,000.. . . 


■ ■ 












$250,000 to $300,000.... 














$300,000 to $400,000. . . . 
















$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000. . . . 


1 


(») 


(') 


(2) 


(}) 


(2) 


0) 


$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 
















$1 ,000,000 to $1 ,500,000 . 
















$1 ,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
















2,000,000 to $3,000,000. . 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4 ,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped ^ 




806,765 


8,600 


148,872 


78,317 


291,042 


369, 359 








Grand total 


38,988 


121,250,953 


75,831,572 


8,366,727 


3,152,401 


1,279,162 


4,431,563 



ALASKA. 



$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 


758 
3,352 

853 
1,777 


$1,276,467 
4,942,820 
1,850,507 
3,966,455 


$1,630,904 
3,352,190 
2, 105, 004 
2,647,938 












$94, 078 




$94,078 


$2,000 to $3,0001 


$28,446 






$2,000 to $3,000 


75,060 




75,060 


$3,000 to $4,000' 








$3,000 to $4,000 


791 


2, 638, 764 


1,226,634 


2,600 


84,385 




84,385 


$4,000 to $5,0001 




$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,UOO 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,(X)0 to $13,000 

$13,0<K) to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,f»00 to $25,0(KI 

$25,000 to $30,(KK) 


8 
16 
16 
7 
5 
1 
2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
7 
2 


34,919 
88,997 
102,602 
52,207 
40,796 

20,369 
46,164 
25,041 

(») 

(') 

118,234 

(») 


15,600 
29,876 
28,600 
14,600 
11,300 
(») 
4,400 
8,800 
2,000 
(») 
(») 
10,983 


4,384 
29,046 
15,140 
14,436 
11,217 

m 


1,059 
3,083 
4,543 
2,821 
1,682 

1,436 
2,093 
1,924 

(^) 
9,829 




1,059 


$88 
277 
260 
274 

134 
666 
481 

3,332 


3,171 
4,820 
3,081 
1,956 

1,570 


12,034 
3,000 
(») 

(') 
11,350 


2,759 
2,405 

(") 
(») 
13, 161 


$30,000 to $40,000...... 


2 


'(•)■ 


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(') 


(2) 


(') 


(2) 



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•Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



47 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, Tiet income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



AIiA 8 KA— Continued. 



ARIZONA. 





Num- 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 




Total 


Returns. 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


Surtax. j,g^^_ 


S40 000 to $50 000 . 










$50'000 to 860 000. . . ! . . . . 








S60 000toS70,000.. -. 1 


j 




870,000 to $80,000.. 


1 : (2) (2^ 

___ __ J ; 


(2) (=) 


(i) (2) 


880,000 to $90,000 




890 000 to 8100 000 ' ' 






8100 000 to 8150 000. ' . ' 






8150,000 to $200,000. . . 






8200,000 to 82.50,000 1 ' 






8250 000 to $300 000 ' 






$300'000 to $400 000 1 i . 








8400 000 to $500,000 1 . 








$500 000 to 8750,000 1 . . . ' 








$750,000 to 81,000,000 . . J i 






81 ,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
81,500,000 to$2,000,000. 
S2,000,000to83,000,000. 
$3,000,000toS4,000,000. 
$4,000,000toS5,000,000. 
85,000,000 and over 










1 












1 . . .; 














8230,645 1 815,600 


$147,977 SS,121 , 821,233 


$29,354 


Grand total 






7,606 15,434,987 11,104,429 


279,529 


290,114 26,745 


316,859 



81,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to 82,000 

$2,000 to 83,000 » ; 

$2,000 to 83,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 > 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

813,000 to $14,000 

814,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

820,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 , 

840,000 to 850,000 

$50,000 to 860,000 , 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to 8100,000 

81 00,000 to 8150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000..., 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000... 
8400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to 81,000,000.. 
81,000,000 to 81,500,000. 
81,500,000 to 82,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to 8:3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over.... 
Classes grouped * 



1,044 
3,701 
2,458 
3,235 
36 
1,463 

582 

311 

254 

141 

86 

ii2 

47 

38 

27 

36 

21 

53 

28 

22 

23 

10 

4 

3 

1 

2 

2 

2 



$1,693,252 

5,740,693 

5,603,772 

7,973,-355 

126, 774 

4,924,202 

32,625 

2,594,433 

1,702,124 

1,655,670 

1,053,927 

732, 965 

584, 959 

495, 234 

436,991 

336, 819 

483, 408 

301,684 

925,012 

625, 666 

598, 535 

780,877 

438, 772 

209,676 

198,336 

(') 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 



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{') 



1,329,689 



Grand total.. 



13,701 I 41,579,450 



$2, 117, 725 

3,749,817 

6,275,963 

5,790,059 

113,100 

3,068,023 

20, 300 

1,322,240 

679, 153 

553, 406 

296,307 

187, 286 

127,080 

102,200 

85,508 

55,533 

66,940 

45,400 

105,683 

56,467 

45, 600 

45,333 

21,400 

7,800 

3,000 

(') 

(2) 

{') 

(2) 



(2) 



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15, 200 



24,956,523 



$24,099 
2,870 
51,337 
29,071 
31,951 
42,955 
14, 101 
153,930 
131,687 
268, 572 



89, 270 

83,188 

90, 782 

49,884 

64,635 

131,795 

77,855 

287, 864 

504, 922 

200,010 

285,202 

187, 506 

67, 138 

176,313 

(2) 



(2) 



$118,576 
"i29,835 



107,610 



67,358 
55,323 
52,207 
54,819 
34,958 
31,555 
26,622 
27, 492 
20,348 
27, 492 
15,960 
52,952 

6,956 
36,039 
49,768 
26,020 
15,443 

2,635 
(=) 
(») 



(^) 



1,377,227 



4,424,164 



12, 778 



972, 746 



$1,839 

4,447 

5,321 

5,540 

5,790 

6,099 

6,288 

5,662 

9,003 

6,297 

25, 156 

30, 663 

31,074 

51,790 

36, 173 

24,396 

28,294 

(») 

(2) 

(2) 

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{') 



(2) 



467,538 



751,370 



$118,576 



129,835 



107,610 



67,358 
57,162 
56,654 
60, 14f) 
40,498 
37,345 
32, 721 
33, 780 
26,010 
36,495 
22,257 
78, 108 
37, 619 
67,113 
101,558 
62, 193 
39,839 
30,929 
(') 
(') 
(^) 
(») 



(2) 



(') 



480, 3 IH 



1, 724, 116 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
' Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer 



48 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

AB-KANSAS. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


1,000 to $2,0001 


1,031 

3,518 

3,668 

4,278 

233 

2,939 

72 

1,513 

992 

615 

404 

302 

196 

149 

115 

74 

70 

60 

159 

84 

52 

50 

17 

10 


$1,467,940 

5,236,054 

8,455,407 

10,743,549 

777,947 

10,134,513 

330,924 

6,729,044 

5,411,946 

3,961,807 

2,986,998 

2,555,102 

1,857,214 

1,565,744 

1,317,219 

926, 262 

945,153 

869,201 

2,695,121 

1,860,184 

1,396,129 

1,688,439 

757,798 

552,253 


82,072,969 

3,552,066 

9,507,698 

8,280,646 

677,368 

6,320,042 

198,394 

3,29.5,734 

2,155,574 

1,320,996 

872,727 

648,790 

410,450 

316,799 

252,250 

148,702 

149,650 

130, 150 

338,060 

173,983 

102,266 

106,600 

34,200 

25,400 


$50, 158 
34,929 
166,853 
67,005 
183, 719 
259,763 
158,456 
209, 702 
367,290 
382,354 
315,525 
384,245 
269,349 
197,990 
257,192 
136,686 
141,736 
110,784 
600,455 
469,218 
324,301 
339,605 
203,674 
137,031 








$1,000 to $2,000 


$94,622 




$94,622 


$2,000 to $3,0001 




$2,000 to $3,000 


146,460 




146,460 


$3,000 to $4,0001 




$3,000 to $4,000 


214,126 




214,126 


$4,000 to $5,0001 




$4,000 to $5,000 


193,771 
177,000 
135,001 
122,121 
115,357 
113,409 
93,573 
71,799 
59,561 
64,599 
51,588 
180,310 
124, 149 
106,805 
136,913 
58,967 
44,420 




193,771 
180,854 
145,787 
136,838 
134,211 
130,922 
113,368 
90,536 
74,417 
83,108 
70,600 
255,430 
199,145 
181,379 
252,249 
132,535 
111,806 


$5,000 to $6, 000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 


$3,854 
10,786 
14,717 
18,854 
17,513 
19,795 
18,737 
14,856 
18,509 
19,012 
75,120 
74,996 
74,574 
115,336 
73,568 
67,386 


$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000. 


1 

4 




(2) 
(2) 


(2) 




(2) 


(2) 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.. 


6 


{') 


(2) 


(2) 


{') 


(^) 


(2) 


$200,000 to $250,000 
















$250,000 to $300,000 
















$300,000 to $400,000 
















$400,000 to $500,000 
















$500,000 to $750,000 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 
















$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
















$l,500,000to$2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000 000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 . 
















$5,000,000 and over.. 
















Classes grouped ^ . . . 




1,132,089 


18,600 


513,458 


70,464 


256,849 


327,313 






Grand total 


20,612 


76,354,037 


41,110,120 


6,281,478 


2,375,015 


894,462 


3,269,477 



CALIFORNIA. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

.$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000to$ll,000.... 
$ll,0fJ0to$12,000.... 
$12,000 to $13,000.... 
$13,000 to $14,000.... 
$14,000 to $15,000.... 
$15,000 to $20,000.... 
.?20,000to$25,000.... 
$25,000 to$.30,0(X).... 
.«.30,(X)0 to $40,000.... 
$40,000 to $50,000. 



29,387 

48,071 

18,924 

43, 908 

1,580 

28, 092 

736 

13, 865 

5,630 

3,689 

2,374 

1,670 

1,312 

982 

734 

615 

581 

442 

1,378 

762 

482 

509 

24 J 



$44,493,920 

70,083,573 

43,110,059 

109,841,205 

5,326,151 

96,438,116 

3, 293, 178 

61,667.325 

30, 953, 813 

23,856,335 

17,817,225 

14,164,025 

12,551,660 

10,276,812 

8,458,333 

7,643,177 

7,825,392 

6,399,281 

23, 634, 702 

16,972,851 

13,100,781 

17,486,749 

10,680,817 



$58,726,706 

48,407,578 

45,881,748 

78,532,027 

3,292,756 

56,891,343 

1,334,180 

28,420,572 

11,299,067 

7,369,123 

4,704,819 

3, 276, 952 

2,594,917 

1,878,557 

1,415,086 

1,141,427 

1,129,602 

840,681 

2,533,253 

1,406,251 

888,340 

927, 747 

440, 098 



$2,062,467 
535, 462 
2, 164, 533 
1,696,153 
3,439,656 
3,251,624 
2,684,615 
3,791,563 
9, 630, 420 
3,420,799 
3, 262, 486 
2,726,353 
2,648,513 
2, 299, 732 
2,288,532 
2, 073, 171 
1,939,622 
1,892,457 
7,661,196 
5,806,240 
5,273,016 
7,517,458 
4, 698, 939 









$1,308,092 




$1,308,092 






1,804,734 




1,804,734 






2,212,653 




2, 212, 653 






1,784,464 
652,594 
783, 327 
652, 232 
572,814 
583,836 
505,831 
405, 453 
378,771 
440, 156 
342,044 

1,321,688 
989, 646 
720,748 
974, 290 
636,865 




1,784,464 

677,804 

849,945 

753,813 

680, 171 

705,383 

631,809 

630,162 

607,643 

589,039 

480,265 

1,983,705 

1,683,026 

1,404,127 

2,208,024 

1,604,001 


$25,210 
66,618 
101,581 
107, 357 
121, 547 
125,978 
124,709 
128,872 
148,883 
138,221 
662, 117 
693,380 
683,379 
1,233,734 
967, 136 



1 Nontaxable. I'ersona] exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
' Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



49 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
'personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



CAIjIFORNIA— ContiBued. 









Exempt 


ons from 




. 










normal tax. 








Income class. 


berof 
returns. 


Net 






Normal 


Siu-tax. 


Total 


income. 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 


140 


$7,650,446 


$257,000 


$3,280,328 


$502,888 


$894,535 


$1,397,423 


$60,000 to $70,000 


104 


6,719,645 


187,050 


3,287,209 


369, 140 


900,773 


1„ 269, 913 


870,000 to $80,000 


72 


5,392,294 


132, 000 


2,096,659 


346,652 


866, 663 


1,213,315 


$80,000 to $90,000 


44 


3, 689, 183 


73,200 


1,412,750 


272,512 


698, 645 


971, 157 


$90,000 to $100,000 


38 


3,625,344 


66,666 


1,950,151 


170,853 


828, 186 


999, 039 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 


64 


7,627,208 


120,400 


4,146,039 


453,836 


2,067,424 


2,521,260 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 


20 


3,384,265 


38,800 


2, 252, 791 


165, 590 


1, 206, 036 


1,371,626 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 


9 


1,955,464 


14,000 


979, 193 


120,325 


722, 634 


842,959 


$250,000 to $300,000.... 


7 


1,877,322 


12,200 


914,460 


117,242 


825, 866 


943, 108 


$300,000to $400,000.... 


6 


2,159,914 


6,600 


745,751 


145,852 


1,051,806 


1,197,658 


$400,000 to 8500,000.... 


1 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 




(2) 


(2) 


$500,000 to 8750,000.... 


2 


(=) 


(2) 


(2) 


^^) 


C) 


(2) 


8750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
















81,000,000 to$l,500,000. 
















81,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
















82,000,000to $3,000,000. 
















83,000,000to$4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 




















1,693, sis 


6,600 


935, 957 


72,014 


872,594 


944 608 








Grand total 


206,471 


701,850,380 


364,247,436 


104,766,295 


19,807,042 


16,263,884 


36,070,926 



COLORADO. 



$1,000 to $2,000 1 


8, 107 

10,588 

9,376 

12,205 

466 

6,539 

182 

2,978 

1,131 

668 

408 

303 

210 

139 

114 

89 

81 

65 

200 

104 

55 

50 

39 

13 

14 

9 

6 

5 

9 

3 

1 


$12,533,294 

15,556,753 

21,295,680 

30,458,958 

1,612,664 

22,711,570 

812, 794 

13,256,694 

6,196,080 

4,308,031 

3,050,809 

2,572,946 

1,986,762 

1,454,870 

1,329,432 

1,116,3.59 

1,112,513 

945,836 

3,471,782 

2,307,558 

1,494,402 

1,716,490 

1,708,195 

704,681 

899,458 

676,542 

512,672 

471,800 

1,026,056 

501,828 

(2) 


$16,533,265 

10,734,3.=i2 

23,600,494 

23,257,395 

1,250,038 

13,814,671 

372,960 

6,524,329 

2,410,75(1 

1,376,112 

873,120 

635,668 

430,342 

300,232 

231,500 

191,700 

1.59,766 

124,400 

386,657 

198,300 

107,049 

77,600 

77,000 

24,200 

19,900 

15,500 

11,400 

7,000 

15,4.33 

6,000 


$496,503 
138,122 
795,829 
425, 524 
547,371 
674,531 
561,149 
768,409 
623, 109 
482,573 
489,497 
426, 156 
446.379 
269; 468 
389,488 
258,262 
272,813 
357,322 
1,142,112 
858,347 
464,593 
708, 127 
8,57,710 
273,968 
443,346 
338, 100 
336,972 
347,151 
884, 366 
2.'H3,7.58 








$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 


8281, 943 




$281, 943 






?2,000 to $3,000 

$.3,000 to $4,000 1 

$3,000 to $4,000 


407, ,396 




407, 396 






493,534 




493, 534 


$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7;000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10 ,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to 813,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20, 000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50 ,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250 000 to $300 000 . . 






362,618 
193 689 
146,718 
104,772 
114,397 
82,269 
78, 597 
64,836 
58, 726 
65,214 
46,675 
185,363 
130,071 
97, 127 
107,018 
87, 126 
48,257 
50,554 
31,376 
17,453 
12,849 
12,570 
19,013 




362 618 


$4,825 

13,270 

16,249 

19, 186 

19,546 

17.799 

18,940 

18,999 

20,987 

20,404 

97,642 

94,043 

79,698 

120,076 

155,610 

80,506 

130,476 

110,265 

100, 440 

104,320 

242,477 

177,554 


198,514 
159,988 
121,021 
133,583 
101,815 
96, ,396 
83,776 
77,725 
86,201 
67,079 
283,005 
224, 114 
176,825 
227,094 
242, 736 
128,763 
181,030 
141,641 
117,893 
117,169 
255,047 
196,567 

m 


$300'000 to $400,000.... 
$400 000 to $500,000 . . 


2 


(2) 


(2) 


i') 


(2) 


(.') 


(.') 


$500 000 to $750,000 .. 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to $1 ,500.000 


1 


{') 


{') 


m 


(2) 


(»J 


(■2) 


$),. 500,000 to $2,000,000. 
















$2 000 000 to $3,000,000 
















$3 000,000 to $4 000 000 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000^000 
















$5,000,000 and over 




















1,684,442 


7,200 


2,011,527 


20,817 


860,635 


881 452 








Grand total 


54,160 


159,487,951 


103,774,333 


17,322,582 


3,320,978 


2,523,947 


5,844,925 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income, 
s Classes grouped to conceal tlie net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



18123°— 21- 



50 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 

CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Coutinued . 



CONNECTICUT. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$2 ,000 to $2 ,5001 


10,414 

24,709 

9,871 

16,804 

732 

10,444 

407 

4,908 

1,765 

1,297 

853 

626 

425 

417 

318 

234 

195 

178 

622 

320 

214 

292 

136 

87 

56 

34 

24 

18 

44 

25 

12 

3 

3 

1 


$15,650,329 

34,788,617 

22,398,301 

40,658,048 

2,475,161 

35,660,830 

1,796,157 

21,824,719 

9,707,332 

8,384,521 

6,416,121 

5,317,467 

4,044,221 

4,374,120 

3,674,724 

2,933,623 

2,625,183 

2,583,6o5 

10,458,231 

7,187,924 

5,840,456 

10,039,499 

6,060,596 

4,750,225 

3,603,248 

2,507,454 

2,041,705 

1,728,600 

5,447,128 

4,363,623 

2,666,864 

790, 965 

(2) 


$19, 830, 903 

24, 828, 535 

23,473,228 

29,170,645 

1,509,228 

21,018,407 

629,184 

10,290,742 

3,424,856 

2,546,011 

1,668,631 

1,163,748 

780,091 

740, 974 

584,893 

409, 869 

361,625 

317,167 

1,107,352 

574,604 

366, 966 

511,379 

243, 123 

141,230 

91,682 

58,730 

40,400 

29, 800 

58,833 

41,200 

21,000 

5,600 

(^) 


8937,511 

501,413 
2,047,641 
1,306,440 
1,245,513 
2,009,581 
1,461,415 
1,806,451 
2,026,954 
1,936,250 
1,639,461 
1,772,531 
1,695,021 
1,679,401 
1,511,531 
1,250,464 
1,100,892 
1,183,086 
5 111,571 
3, 443, 047 
3,802,855 
5,679,149 
3,-541,575 
2,965,505 
2,221,795 
1,483,932 
1,120,041 

927,074 
4,115,758 
2,373,304 
1,847,282 

302, 199 

(^) 








$2 ,000 to $2 ,500 


$576,319 




.$576,319 


$2 ,500 to $3 ,000' 




82,500 to $3 ,000 


614,023 




614,023 


83 ,000 to $4 ,0001 






$3 ,000 to $4 ,000 


756,604 




756,504 


$4 ,000 to $5 ,0001 






84,000 to 85,000 


580,924 

253, 725 

234, 853 

186, 875 

163, 568 

99,503 

132,749 

113,328 

95,218 

93, 057 

82,037 

353,110 

310,920 

148,386 

392,234 

240,544 

176,791 

143,423 

110,937 

101,613 

89, 145 

142,0.51 

230, 097 

96,645 

56,796 




580, 924 


$5,000 to 8t5,OO0 

$6 ,000 to $7 ,000 

$7,000 to 88, 000 

$8 ,000 to 89 ,000 

$9,000 to $10, 000 

$10 ,000 to $11, 000 

$11 ,000 to $12, 000 

$12 ,000 to $13 ,000 

$13,fl00to $14,000 

$14 ,000 to 815,000 

$15,000to820,000 

$20 ,000 to 825 ,000 

$25,000 to $30, 000 

$30,000 to $40 ,000 

$40 ,000 to 850 ,000 

$50,000tO$60,000 

860,000 to $70 ,000 

$70 ,000 to $80 ,000 

$80,000 to $90, 000 

$90,000 to 8100,000 

$100.000to $150,000.... 
$150,000tO $200,000.... 
$200 ,000 to 8250 ,000.... 
$250,000 to 8300 ,000.... 
$300,000to$400,000.... 
$400 ,000 to $500 ,000.... 
$500,000 to 87.50 ,000.... 


$8, 883 

23, 945 

33,583 

40,320 

41,324 

54,485 

53,634 

50,691 

50, 761 

56,334 

307,054 

294, 770 

307, 885 

716,705 

572,019 

572, 293 • 

619, 137 

402,300 

404,200 

387.312 

1,554:547 

1,561,682 

1,083,850 

347,110 

(2) 


262,608 
258,798 
220,458 
193,888 
140,827 
187,234 
166,962 
145,909 
143,818 
138,371 
660,164 
605,690 
456,271 
1,108,939 
812,563 
749,084 
762,560 
513,237 
505,813 
476,457 
1,696,598 
1,791,779 
1,180,495 
403, 906 

(2) 


$750 ,000 1 $1 ,000 ,000 . . 
















$1 ,000 ,000 1 81 ,500 ,000 


1 


{') 




C^) 




i}) 


(2) 


$1 ,500 ,000 1 $2 ,000 ,000 








$2 ,000 ,000to 83,000,000 
















$3 ,000 ,000 1 $4 ,000 ,000 
















84 ,000 ,000 1 $5 ,000 ,000 
















85,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped '^ 




2, 828, 193 


5,000 


2, 880, 161 


47,724 


1,532,420 


1 580,144 








Grand total 


86,489 


295,617,840 


146,045,636 


68,926,804 


6,613,099 


11,077,244 


17,690,343 



DELAWARE. 



$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to 82,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1...... 

$2,000 to 83,000 


776 
2,633 
1,302 
2,512 
69 
1,0.S1 


$1,191,680 
3, 892, 288 
2,971,712 
6,279,022 
224, 237 
.3,714,944 


.$1,547,098 
2,663,245 
3,200,766 
4,565,693 
164,376 
2,265,092 


§114,812 
63, 782 
129, 195 
124,630 
100, 224 
164,585 








$68, 185 




$68, 185 






92,368 




92. 368 


$3,000 to $4,0001 

$3,000 to 84,000 . 






77,985 




77,985 


$4,000 to $5,000 1 




$4,000 to $5,000 


47S 
343 
198 
136 
89 
68 
55 
56 
46 
41 
31 
91 
48 
39 
46 
28 


?, 109, 000 

1,893,802 

1,292,230 

1,008, .339 

752, 488 

645.170 

.574; 529 

640, 435 

573, 233 

.554, 379 

449, 195 

1,518,519 

1,067,644 

1,078, .564 

1,587,274 

1,249,818 


957,169 
687, 701 
377, 940 
2.58,816 
168,797 
132, 550 
11 2, .568 
110,033 
97,966 
.86,961 
63, 46() 
178,376 
91 , 850 
77, 900 
91,433 
54,815 


222, 286 
195,619 
270, 853 
196, 592 
177,913 
195, 128 
141,924 
177,706 
114,804 
1.30, -W 
159, 192 
589, 520 
439,624 
,501,049 
751,396 
708,369 


56,306 
60,499 
38,667 
34, 571 
31,672 
22, 237 
24,408 
29.086 
.32; 425 
31,812 
22,128 
70, 217 
.56,314 
53, .507 
80, 400 
,57,303 




56. 306 


$5,000 to -$6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,0rK) to $9,000 

$9,000 to 810,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$] 1,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to 813,000 

$13,000 to 81 4,000 

$14,000 to 815,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

820,000 to 825,000 

S25,oooto.$:io,ooo 

$.30,000 to.?, 40 ,000 

$40,000 to $.50,000 


$1,710 

3,870 

4,354 

5,976 

6,200 

6,780 

9,868 

9,476 

10,485 

9,643 

44, 132 

40,386 

61,443 

108, 881 

110,672 


62,209 
42,537 
38,925 
37,648 
28,437 
31,188 
38,954 
41,901 
42,297 
31,771 
114,349 
96, 700 
114,9,50 
189,281 
176,975 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividonfls exceed not income. 
* Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS or INCOME. 



51 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each cla^s of income the number of returns, net incom,e, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



DEL AWARE— Continued . 









Exempt 


ons from 










Num- 
ber of 
returns. 




normal tax. 








Income class. 


Net 
income. 






Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 


13 


$693,596 


$21, 200 


$566,916 


$13,873 


$.81,815 


$95,688 


.$60,000 to $70,000 


14 


896, 596 


23,600 


789, .396 


11,770 


123, 344 


135,114 


.$70,000 to $80 ,000 


10 


736, 211 


13, 400 


434, 797 


34.186 


127,916 


162, 102 


$80,000 to $90 ,000 





416. 461 


8,800 


371,771 


4, 523 


77,517 


S2,040 


$90,000 to $100,000 


2 


194. 473 


.3,000 


161, 223 


2,967 


44.396 


47,363 


$100,000 to $150,00(i.... 


16 


1,9.30.549 


26,400 


1,444,651 


56, 579 


541,062 


.597,641 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 


2 


328, 599 


3,000 


.300, 860 


4, 800 


106, 281 


111,081 


$200,000 to $250 ,000.... 


2 


471,690 


3,600 


418,315 


4,449 


198,0,35 


202,484' 


?250,000 to $300,000.... 


1 


m 


m 


m 


(2) 


m 


(2) 


$30(.,000 to $400,000.... 


2 


{') 


m 


m 


m 


(2) 


(2) 


$400,000 to $.500,000 . . 
















$500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000 


.3 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 




(2) 


(21 
















$1,000,000 10 $1,500,000. 


1 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(^) 


Sl,500,000to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 





(2) 


(2) 


(2) 




(2) 


(2\ 
















$3 000 000toS4 000,000 
















$4 000 000 to $5,000 000 
















.$5 000,000 and over 




















7,421,354 


15,366 


7,839,285 


29, 824 4 


,312,219 


4, 342, 043 








Grand total 


10,239 


48,358,031 


18,072,977 


17,997,014 


1,103,061 6,055,461 


7,158,522 






DISTRK 


::!T OF c 


30LUMB] 


[A. 






$1,000 to 32,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 

.$2,0t)0 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 

.$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,0001 

$4 000 to $5,000 


6,082 
13 041 


$9,151,273 
18 756 307 


.$11,929,145 


$268,836 
251,123 








13, 0.59, 452 


$322,269 ... 




$322, 269 


4,171 


9,263,261 


9,895,227 


283, 866 








9 872 


24 090 855 


16 803 419 


777 353 


390, 630 




390, 630 


232 


'759^824 


509, 696 


225, 656 








4 061 


15 829 280 


9 091 762 


767,305 


443, 546 . 




443, 546 


116 


539 989 


304 080 


328, 754 








1 666 


7,445,111 
5,077,669 


3,037,494 
1,833,193 


657,089 


227,232 ... 




227, 232 


$5,000 to $6,000 


926 


604,571 


167,669 


$3,791 


171, 460 


$0,000 to $7,000 


633 


4,065,910 


1,321,627 


526,562 


145,030 


10,643 


155,673 


$7,000 to $8,000 


459 


3,420,919 


893,425 


522, 148 


148, 162 


18,251 


166,413 


$8,000 to $9,000 


273 


2,317,067 


518,123 


401,786 


112,944 


17,441 


130,385 


$9,000 to $10,000 


233 


2,202,424 


436,212 


446,811 


114,696 


21,100 


135,796 


$10,000 to $11, 000 


176 


1,841,390 


338,302 


378,954 


105,498 


23,644 


129, 142 


$11,000 to $12,000 


149 


1,712,019 


277,540 


405,242 


91,744 


24,631 


116, 375 


$12,000 to $13,000 


117 


1,458,262 


215,917 


312,575 


83,900 


24, 572 


108,472 


$13,00010 $14,000 


105 


1,426,668 


193,533 


474,621 


75, .597 


27,099 


102, 696 


$14,000 to $15, 000 


89 


l,28fi,64S 


161,383 


367,723 


72, 388 


29, 138 


101,526 


$15,000 to $20,000 


280 


4,846,558 


510,857 


1,235,657 


314, 141 


139,771 


453,912 


$20,000 to $25,000 


132 


2,921,778 


229,407 


878,939 


189,389 


115,001 


304,390 


$25,000 to $30,000 


88 


2,407,856 


162,900 


903,871 


146,470 


129,428 


275,898 


$30,000 to $40,000 


85 


2,907,560 


150,400 


1,147,258 


200,671 


204,089 


404,760 


.$40,000 to $.'S0,000 


63 


2,794,186 


109, 419 


1,097,389 


177,385 


264,009 


441,394 


$50,000 to $60,000 


33 


1,802,186 


64,800 


711,228 


116, 145 


218,437 


334,582 


$60,000 to $70,000 


25 


1,632,013 


38,643 


765,680 


103, 013 


242, 474 


345,487 


$70,000 to $80,000 


16 


1,191,934 


26,210 


325,496 


96,862 


203,244 


300,106 


$80,000 to $90,000 


7 


594, 420 


10,000 


456,994 


17,673 


114,503 


132, 176 


$90,000 to $UK1,000 


10 


946, 212 


20,400 


424, 689 


62,416 


210, 341 


272,757 


.$100,000 to $150,000.... 


19 


2,398,779 


28, 400 


805,943 


168,833 


093, 259 


862,092 


Sl.50,000 to $21X1,000.... 





1,044,022 


9,066 


494, 782 


63,226 


377,715 


440,941 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 





1,279,751 


7,000 


1,008,130 


31,243 


512,533 


543,776 


$250,000 to $300,000.... 


3 


(') 


(2) 


(2) 


'a) 


(2) 


(n 


$300,000 to $400,000.... 


2 


n 


(■") 


(2) 


n 


r-) 


(■-) 


.$400,000 to $.500,000.. . 
















.$.500,000 to $750,000 
















$750 000 to $1 000 000 




' 




■^ 


tt^ "i 






$1 000 O00to$l 500 000 








::".:^tjm^> 


1-_.__ I-". I___ 






$1 '500000 1 $2, (HIO.OOO . 


■ "" 




A 


d^::f!^ .1.;:::::::::;::] 






$2 000 000to$3 000 000 






.:..i^.: 


.1 .4.1... 




$3^000^000 to $4iooo'o00. 




j 


::.# 


-tJ...J.uH.j... 




$4,000,000to$5,000,0O(l. 
$5 000 000 and over 




1 


"•■ ■^'- ■•■ 




Clai3ses gioiipod 2 




1,.552, 1.S4 


7,(iO() 


-US, 360 


133,086 


722, 128 


855,214 


Grand total 


43,776 


1.38,906,315 


72,194,098 


18,675,391 


4,321,858 1 4 


, 347, 242 


S.i.ilO, 100 



1 Nontaxable. Per.sonal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



52 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL. RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shoiving for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



FLORIDA. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


81,000 to $2 ,0001 


2,297 

3, .502 

3,334 

3,833 

112 

2,394 

33 

1,287 

615 

437 

239 

180 

152 

112 

85 

65 

54 

45 

135 

70 

42 

38 

14 

11 

9 

1 

3 

1 

2 


83,540,062 

4,970,120 

7,597,551 

9,587,680 

374,200 

7,678,190 

158,757 

5,750,254 

3,408,218 

2,822,801 

1,788,638 

1,530,504 

1,437,274 

1,169,357 

974, 146 

820,989 

729, 806 

652, 681 

2,300,373 

1,545,460 

1,132,075 

1, 275, 404 

628, 879 

696,1. '^7 

578,950 
(?) 
(2) 
(}) 


$4,609,051 

3,609,529 

8,473,232 

7,346,846 

298,320 

4,731,972 

68,640 

2,896,684 

1,325,344 

9,51,814 

502,068 

367,050 

310,301 

241,866 

173, 800 

118,400 

110,783 

102,000 

278, 716 

13.5,519 

93, 200 

74,400 

26,000 

23, 200 

18,200 

('} 


$167, 264 
40,614 
187,499 
123,687 
165, 700 
181,985 
107,356 
178,475 
349,712 
309, 125 
286,812 
252, 358 
293,094 
179, 220 
260, 837 
243,886 
288,926 
1.54, 901 
608,600 
619,371 
327, 167 
588,335 
249,973 
514, 492 
411,473 

{') 

(2) 








81 ,000 to 82 ,000 


883,696 




$83,696 


82,000 to 83,000 1 




82,000 to S3 ,000 


125,764 




125,764 


83,000 to $4,000 I 






$3,000 to $4 ,000 


169,645 




169, 645 


84,000 to $5,0001 






84,000 to $5,000 


160,490 
109, 449 
103,992 
63, 100 
73,742 
69,307 
65,064 
48,959 
43,718 
29,637 
40,342 
139, 183 
80,083 
73,707 
65, 160 
40,685 
10,518 
28,418 
(2) 
(-) 




160, 490 


85,000 to $6, 000 

86,000 to $7 ,000 

87,000 to $8, 000 

88,000 to $9,000 

.$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to 81 1,000 

811,000 to 812,000 

$12,000 to $13, 000 

813,000 to 814, 000 

814,000 to 815,000 

815,000 to 820,000 

820,000 to 825 ,000 

825,000 to 830,000 

830,000 to 840 ,000 

$40,000 to $.50,000 

850,000 to 860, 000 

860,000 to $70 ,000 

870,000 to 880 ,000 

880,000 to $90 ,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 


82,651 
7,701 
9,036 
11,099 
12,965 
13,767 
14,711 
12,477 
14,040 
13,392 
61,137 
58,829 
53,272 
86,378 
62,797 
66, 274 
73,399 

(') 

m 


112^00 

111,693 

72, 136 

84,841 

82,272 

78,831 

63,670 

56,195 

43,677 

53,734 

200,320 

138,912 

126,979 

151,538 

103,482 

76,79 

101,81 

(^) 

(2) 

(2) 


8100,000 to $150 ,000.... 
8150,000 to 8200,000... 


(^) 


{') 


(2) 


8200.000 to $250,000 














$250,000 to 8300,000 














$300,000 to 8400,000 














$400,000 to 8500,000 














8500,000 to $750,000 














$750,000 to 81 ,000,000 . . 














Sl,000,000to$l ..500,000. 














81,500,000to$2,000 000 














82,000 ,000to83,000,000 














$3,000,000toS4,000,000. 














$4 ,000,000 to $5,000,000. 








j 






$5,000,000 and over. . . 














Classes grouped 2 




632,875 


16,000 


386,047 32,205 


136,674 


168, 879 








Grand total 


19,102 


63,681,401 


36,902,935 


7, 470, 909 "1 1,656,864 


710,599 


2,367,463 



GEORGIA. 



$1,000 to $2,0001.. 
81,000 to $2,000... 
$2,000 to $3,0001.. 
$2,000 to $3,000... 
83,000 to $4,0001.. 
83,000 to 84,000... 
$4,000 to $5,0001.. 
$4,000 to $5,000... 
$.5,000 to $0,000... 
$6,000 to $7,000... 
$7,000 to $8,000... 
$8,000 to $9,000... 
$9,000 to 810,000.. 
$10,000 to $11,000. 
$11,000 to $12,000. 

$12,000 to $i:i,im. 

$13,000 to $14,000. 
$14,000 to 815,000. 
$15,000 to .820,000. 
$20,(KMJ to 825,000. 
825,000 ).o $.'iO,000. 
.'&30,000 to .$40,(H)0. 
$10,000 to «.50,000. 



2,550 

6,496 

3,982 

9,958 

113 

6,920 

10 

3,558 

1,454 

1,021 

660 

377 



140 
100 
103 
347 
183 
101 
104 
60 



83,830,000 

9,652,730 

8,951,400 

24, 852, 741 

387,000 

23,792,084 

47,853 

15,913,805 

7,990,476 

6,595,4.52 

4,931,843 

..■..,3,195,904 

,574; ry^i, 467 

640,435 i'>to 

r>7:i ,"«7,186 

1,746,556 

1,347,481 

1,480,701 

5,964,300 

4, 132, 642 

2,769,282 

3,600,375 

2, 680, 059 



85,830,600 

6, 679, 179 

9,766,400 

18,912,186 

270, 200 

14,940,816 

26,000 

7,685,208 

3,158,909 

2,188,089 

1,382,739 

797, 775 

708,631 

- 482,022 

383,945 

295,962 

218, 675 

216,843 

717,366 

370, 232 

191,500 

198, 650 

108,566 



$131,169 
121,777 
209,875 
452, 745 
122,006 
627,395 
22,304 

1,214, 4()» 
780,355 
780, 740 
688,376 
528,816 
693,378 
520, 714 
412,434 
468, S.'jl 
248,025 
377, 839 

1,865,084 

1,338,641 
898, 293 

1,623,648 
852, 201 



$176, 243 



340,979 



496,352 



451,862 
250, 798 
217,627 
214, 779 
134, 194 
136,086 
116, 469 
115,130 
85,846 
81,870 
83,712 
323,098 
245,399 
173,945 
184, 499 
193,947 



$6, 701 

18,963 

25,489 

25,297 

31,742 

31,091 

31,132 

29,219 

25,294 

30,971 

168, 155 

165, 247 

142,717 

274,264 

244,321 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
2 ("lasses grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME, 



58 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shoiving for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



GEORGIA— Continued. 









Exempt 


ons from 














normal tax. 








Income class. 


berof 
returns. 


Net 






Normal 


Surtax. 
$148,009 


Total 


income. 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 


25 


$1,312,559 


$53,600 


$555,554 


$79,608 


$227,617 


$60,000 to $70,000 


14 


907,402 


29,600 


288,241 


67,253 


131,622 


198,875 


$70,000 to $80,000 


13 


957,254 


27,366 


272,942 


69,030 


146, 702 


215,732 


$80,000 to $90,000 


11 


925,404 


23,900 


655,135 


29,595 


181,129 


210,724 


$90,000 to $100,000 


5 


471,523 


12,000 


161,271 


32,913 


88,261 


121,174 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 


6 


783,204 


12,000 


643,395 


14,263 


220,341 


234, 6!'4 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 


4 


654,299 


8,600 


365,977 


31,200 


210,305 


241,505 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 


2 


(2) 


m 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(') 


$250,000 to $300,000.... 


1 


(2) 


(') 


(2) 


(') 


(') 


{') 


.$300,000 to $400,000 
















$400,000 to $500,000 














$500,000 to $750,000 
















$750,000 to $1.000,000.. 
















$1,000,000 tO$l,500,000. 
















$1,-500,000 to $2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,0m),000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over . . . 




















702,862 


5,600 


196,072 


59,267 


294,248 


353,515 






Grand total 


39,073 


148,366,439 


75,703,159 


18,117,722 


4,405,964 


2,671,220 


7,077,18 


TTAWAII. 


81,000 to $2,000 1 


383 


$574,007 


$779,781 


$83,122 








$1,000 to $2,000 


939 


1,337,528 


951,406 


51,775 


$20,888 




$20,888 


$2,000 to $3,000 1 


430 
937 


1,011,864 
2,330,465 


1,072,288 
1,699,322 


105,815 
74,716 








$2,000 to $3,000 


33,882 




33,882 


$3,000 to $4,000 1 


52 
533 


182,303 
1,818,514 


96, 320 
1,116,318 


115,335 
92, 103 






$3,000 to $4,000 


37,940 




37,940 


$4,000 to $6,000 1 


30 
272 


135,021 
1,216,493 


53,312 
558, 131 


84,058 
133,639 








$4,(00 to $5,000 


31,322 




31, 322 


$5,000 to 86,000 


152 


828,720 


300, 364 


230,618 


19, 890 


$724 


20,614 


.$5,000 to $7 ,000 


91 


590,789 


178,636 


1.59,711 


17,081 


1,723 


18,804 


$7,000 to $8,000 


65 


486,286 


126,800 


138,783 


15,961 


2,588 


18,549 


$8,000 to $9 ,000 


47 


400,517 


84,000 


185,058 


11,861 


3,045 


14,906 


$9,000 to $10,000 


27 


256,723 


53,200 


109, 944 


7,357 


2,582 


9,939 


$10,000 to $11 ,000 


23 


242,466 


41,000 


136,643 


8,588 


2,989 


11,577 


$11,000 to $12,000 


35 


398,531 


63,200 


172,646 


16, 157 


5,793 


21,950 


.$12,000 to $13,000 


26 


323, 197 


44,600 


141,461 


11,823 


5,451 


17,274 


$13,000 to $14,000 


15 


202,241 


29,200 


77, 335 


7,408 


3,961 


11,369 


$14,000 to $15,000 


16 


231,022 


30,800 


102,577 


8,806 


5,063 


13,869 


$15,000 to $20,000 


45 


798,455 


79,650 


446,372 


28,983 


24,147 


53,130 


$20,000 to $25 ,000 


28 


617,469 


46,400 


419,017 


18,880 


25,273 


44, 1.53 


$25,000 to $30,000 


10 


274,394 


16,000 


170,404 


9,817 


14,886 


24,703 


$.30,000 to WO ,000 


21 


718,037 


32,800 


523,040 


26,540 


51,261 


77,801 


$40,000 to $.^0, 000 


18 


828,267 


25,600 


620,087 


23,424 


83,412 


106,836 


$.50,000 to $60 ,000 


14 


764,066 


16,800 


655,797 


15, 153 


91,989 


107,142 


$60,000 to $70 ,000 


9 


597,269 


17,800 


422, 175 


13,337 


90,329 


103,666 


$70,000 to $80,000 


6 


453,743 


10,200 


370,912 


10, 101 


72,835 


82,936 


$80,000 to $90,000 


6 


509,527 


8,000 


457,438 


8,106 


100,706 


108,812 


$90,000 to $100,000 
















$100,000 to $150,000.... 


5 


623, 542 


6,000 


272, 100 


40,974 


181,793 


222,767 


$150,000 to $21X1,000.... 


3 


502,780 


4,200 


106,026 


45,707 


178,088 


223,795 


$200,000 to $2.50,000.... 


2 


(2) 


(') 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


$250,000 to $300,000 


1 


(^) 




(2) 




(2) 
(2) 


$300,000 to $400,000.... 


1 


(-) 


(2) 


(2) 


(^) 


(2) 


$400,000 to $500,000.. . . 
















$500,000 to $7 .50,000... . 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 
















$1,000 ,000 to $1,500 ,000. 
















$1,500,000 to$2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $-5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Cla.sses grouped ^ 




800,704 


4,573 


758,705 


6,942 


411,786 


418, 728 








Grand total 


4,242 


20,054,940 


7,546,701 


7,417,412 


496,928 


1,360,424 


1,8.57,352 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net Income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



54 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETUBNS^DISTIIIBTJTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns^ net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



IDAHO. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 

returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,0001 


1,763 

4, .591 

2,558 

4,288 

98 

2,881 

26 

1,502 

618 

377 

152 

90 

68 

59 

40 

27 

15 

14 

40 

13 

8 

8 

5 

4 

2 


$2, 849, 359 

6, 652, 730 

5, 967, 263 

10, 768, 457 

315, 949 

10, 026, 448 

119, 996 

6, 714, 399 

3,407,441 

2, 457, 583 

1.133,087 

787, 400 

657, 882 

619, 243 

462, 306 

335, 151 

202, 537 

204, 282 

697, 619 

294, 024 

219,211 

274, 529 

229, 441 

216, 456 

(2) 


84,000,155 

4, 677, 663 

6, 707, 404 

8,272,553 

315, 169 

6,346,215 

72, 000 

3,505,777 

1, 436, 027 

883, 379 

356, 061 

222,088 

153,700 

133, 492 

87, 600 

53,900 

31,400 

31,600 

81, 066 

27,800 

17, 400 

15, 666 

12, 600 

7,000 


$42, 975 
49, 758 
92, 078 
75, 042 
33, 930 
314, 776 
53,130 
88, 696 
154, 231 
156, 020 
127, 690 
67. 732 
86, 068 
69, 885 
99, 996 
147, 049 
51,015 
37, 223 
216, 830 
116, 566 
54, 896 
87, 133 
35, 083 
38, 051 
(-'J 








$1,000 to $2,000 


$116,091 




$116, Oai 


$2,000 to $3,0001 




$2,000 to $3, 000 


152,711 




152,711 


$3,000 to $4,0001 




$3,000 to $4, 000 


202,925 




202, 925 


$4,000 to$5, 0001 






$4,000 to $5,000 


203, 997 
110,975 
88, 930 
42, 751 
39, 699 
35, 989 
38,293 
24,811 
11,434 
12,589 
14,203 
41, 444 
19,013 

17, 704 

18, 657 
20,611 

19, 568 




203, 997 


$5,000 to $6, 000 

$6,000 to$7,000 

$7,000 to$8, 000 

$8,000 to $9, 000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to$ll,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13, 000 

$13,000 to $14, 000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20, 000 

$20,000 to $25, 000 

$25,000 to $30, 000 

$30,000 to $10,000 

$40,000to $50.000 

$50,000to $60,000 

$60, 000 to $70, 000 

$70,000to$80,000 


$1, 176 
4,309 
4,453 
4,631 
4,968 
5,990 
6,743 
5,377 
3,810 
3,993 
18, 697 
10,883 
10,153 
19, 691 
23,027 
25,995 
(2) 


112, 151 
93,239 
47,201 
44,330 
40,957 
44,283 
31,554 
16,811 
16,399 
18, 196 
60, 141 
29,896 
27,857 
38,348 
43,638 
45,563 


$80,000 to $90, 000 












1 


890,000 to $100,000 

8100,000to$150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 


1 

1 


(2) 
(2) 


m 
n 


(2) 






$200,000 to $250,000.... 












1 


$250, 000 to $3 00, 000.... 












1 


$300,000to$400,000.... 












■ 1 


$400, 000 to $500,000... 












j 


$500,000to$l,000,000.. 














$l,000,000to$l,500,000 












1 


$l,500,000to$2,000,000. 












' 


$2,000,000to$3,000,000. 












::::.;::;;:::::::::::: 


8:3,000,OOOto$4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000to$5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over... 
















C'la.sses grouped - 




341, 503 


6,400 


37,211 


35, 186 


72,041 


i07,227 








Grand total 


19,219 


55,954,296 


37,454,115 


2,336,064 


1,267,581 


225,937 


1,493,518 



ILLINOIS. 



$1,000 to $2,0001. 

$1,000 to $2,000 

82, 000 to $3, 0001... 
$2,000 to S3. 000... 
$.■'.,000 to 84, 0001... 
8:i.000to$ 1.000.... 
$4,000 to $'). 0001. . . 

84,000 to $5, 000 

85,000 to $0,000 

$(•,,000 to $7. 000 

$7,000 to $8, 000 

.88,000 to $9, 000 

$9,000 to 810,000.... 
$10,000 to$ll,000... 
$11,000 to$12, 000.. 
$12,000 to$l:i. 000... 
813,0(M)lo$l l,(KK).. 
814,000 to SI.-,, (1(H)... 
$15,000 to$2(), 00(1.. 
$20,000 to$2:., 000... 
$2.3,()00to$30,0(X)... 
$30,000 to 840,000... 
$40;000 to 8.50,000... 



43,056 

104, 170 

.36,017 

76,611 

1,224 

43,383 

306 

20,327 

11,913 

6,913 

4,612 

3,332 

2,. 381 

1,742 

1,3.')6 

1,0(10 

834 

679 

2,429 

1,2^8 

794 

910 

4S6 



865,603,148 

147,481,974 
81, .348, 417 

191,406,108 
4,178,843 

148,688,369 
1,356,489 
90,8.53,674 
65, 223, 4.52 
44,673,1,58 
34, 475, .-.29 
28, 29a, 279 
22, .'■).58 687 
18,2.53,774 
15,. 593, 102 
13,224,631 
11,218,309 
9, 90,s, 837 
41,827,229 
2S, 776, 628 
21,772,841 
31,360,502 
21,608,002 



887,453,174 

104, 662, 985 

89,410,930 

146,3.52,708 

2,836,434 

92,477,425 

306, 090 

44,242,5.54 

2), 174, 726 

14, .5.57, 416 

9, .592, 333 

6,814,919 

4, 845, 1,55 

3, .534, 344 

2,690,304 

2,124,335 

1,6,57,375 

1,362,415 

4,717,813 

2,. 538, 707 

1,. 525, 468 

1,-733,7.58 

935,394 



82,939,892 
506,444 
1,600,647 
1,. 528, 869 
1,963,567 
2,. 5.54, 657 
1,291,. 598 
4,145,094 
4,430,610 

12,954,482 
4, 007, 4(;l 
3,591,032 
5,664,416 
3, 255, ,536 
2,949,989 
2,796,320 
2,516,789 
2, 344, .503 

10,943,897 
8,849,231 
7,440,224 

11,. 566, 277 
8, 770, 505 









$2, 710, 735 




82, 710, 735 






2,619,409 




2,619,409 






3,210,424 




3, 210, 424 






2,. 5.50, 124 

2,190,985 

1,539, .587 

1,7.56,261 

1,438,862 

1,231,016 

1,048,936 

911,998 

782, 850 

685,3.59 

603,592 

2,700,438 

1,812,097 

1,404,2,^8 

1,811,734 

1,421,142 




2, .556, 124 


$.52,818 

128,605 

176,349 

1,204,320 

1,216,663 

231,426 

246, 896 

223, 044 

220, 652 

217,939 

l,20l,,')92 

1,19I,3.S9 

1,1.59, ,'■35 

2,268,244 

2, 070, .569 


2,243,803 
1,668,192 
1,932,610 
2,643,182 
2,447,679 
1,280,362 
1,1.58,894 
1,007,894 
906, 01 1 
821,. "31 
3,902,tt?0 
3,003,423 
2, .564, 1,^6 
4, 079, 978 
3,491,711 



1 Nontaxable. PerHonale.Kcmi^tioiiand dividends exceed netincome. 
'-i Classes Kroiiped to conceal the netincome and identity of taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



55 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, per- 
sonal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

ILIjINOIS— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Persona] 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $SO,000 

$80,000 to $90, 000 

$90,000 to $100.000 

$100,000 to$150,000.... 
$1.50,000 to 8200.000.... 
$200,000 to8250.000.... 
$2.50,000 to$300, 000.... 
$3 00,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to8500, 000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to 81,000,000-. 
81,000,000 to$l,500,oa). 
$l,500.000to$2.000,000. 


340 

169 

133 

95 

57 

1.53 

51 

36 

15 

24 

12 

5 

3 

1 


$18,566,316 
10,901,471 
9,921,911 
8,091,719 
5,359,384 
18,627,087 
8,693,735 
8,154,096 
4,(M4,229 
8,662,642 
5,316,124 
2,829,901 
2,581,014 
(2) 


8646,714 

323,683 

251, 466 

1.57, 850 

113,332 

253, 066 

91,800 

75,800 

20, 100 

32,600 

1.5,200 

8,600 

2,000 


$9,125,563 
5,143,9.55 
5, 125, 476 
4,393,790 
4,760,871 
9,958,442 
5,181,726 
6,175,091 
2,435,262 
4,348,186 
3,559,168 
1,857,628 
2,059,415 
(2) 


$1,003,1.52 
629, 460 
.522, 198 
419, 786 
229, 640 
981,570 
423, 772 
234,211 
198,233 
.549,278 
251,133 
137, 558 
94,284 


$2,254,178 
1,535,8.58 
1,654,091 
1,521,898 
1,145,6.51 
5,222,991 
3,102,771 
3,241,246 
1,784,194 
4,200,711 
2,730,106 
1,. 528, 687 
1,482,345 
(2) 


$3,257,330 
2,16.5,318 
2,176,289 
1,941,684 
1,375,291 
6,204,561 
3,526,543 
3,475,457 
1,982,427 
4,749,989 
2,981,239 
1,666,245 
1,576,629 
(-) 








$2,000,000to83, 000,000. 
8;3,000,000to$4,000.000. 
$4,000,000to85,000,000. 
$5 000 000 and over. . . 
















1 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


{') 


(2) 


C') 
















Classes grouped^ 




4,871,814 


1,000 


3,629,472 


199,763 


3,033,699 


3, 233, 462 








Grand total 


366, 918 


1,2.56,309,485 


653,539,973 


176,372,085 


38,309,875 


46,250,767 


84,560,642 



INT»IANA. 



$1,000 to $2,000 I 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 


12,042 

17,080 

15, 898 

27,038 

5S1 

15,911 

144 

7,371 

2, 735 

1,549 

905 

661 

451 

355 

272 

200 

1.54 

1.32 

429 

213 

132 

110 

73 

28 

57 

19 

12 

5 

16 

3 

2 

2 

1 


$19,270,195 

24,913,398 

35,301,333 

67,888,505 

2, 030, 768 

54,418,645 

600, 416 

32,716,668 

14,907,017 

9,908.385 

6,817,862 

5,592,051 

4,275,961 

3,705,800 

3, 107, 870 

2, 494, 355 

2,065,049 

1,935,592 

7.350,247 

4,795,878 

3,601,403 

4,772,712 

3, 187, .5.50 

1,521,679 

1,813,202 

1,40.5,-578 

1,026,237 

482, 6P3 

1,810,961 

504,692 

(-) 

(=) 

(2) 


$25,206,974 

17,318,006 

38,969,092 

51,336,222 

1,365,523 

33, 270, 092 

181.900 

15,720,256 

.5,903,653 

3,228,419 

1,863,548 

1,353,558 

919, 076 

712, 915 

548, 099 

409,319 

312,416 

263, 874 

848,531 

414,341 

260, 433 

268, 633 

147, .599 

53,400 

52,600 

40, 200 

23,400 

8,400 

26,283 

6,200 

(=) 

(2) 

(2) 


$354, 523 

136,963 

1,039,267 

814, 790 

839, .578 

1, 600, 462 

493,386 

1,310,211 

1,216,862 

1,230,092 

1,234,054 

1,292,943 

874, 293 

817, 990 

840,926 

638, 904 

522, 976 

673, 624 

2,733,927 

1,946,750 

1,254,280 

2,054,575 

1,308,463 

549, 951 

604, 428 

601,677 

670, 220 

153,062 

1,163,726 

131, 693 

r-) 
(-) 
(^) 








$4.58,374 




$458,374 




$2,000 to $3, 000 


973,100 




973, 100 


83,000 to 84,000 ' 






$3,000 to 84,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 


1, 178, 469 




1 178 469 






$4,000 to $5 000 


950, 359 

484, 172 

354, 534 

272, 086 

232, 379 

204, .560 

192,865 

169,339 

131,608 

115,384 

102,111 

392,564 

253, 233 

211,403 

265, .555 

179, .593 

1.56,998 

132, 202 

83,718 

76,158 

37, 340 

71,643 

42,5.59 

(-) 

(=) 




950, 359 
493, 261 
381,059 
320, 439 
270, 147 
245, 863 
237,630 
220,001 
174, 161 
154, 963 
143,243 
602,794 
442,358 
393, 711 
589,666 
466,706 
317, 646 
392,009 
308, 841 
280,558 
145, 187 
505,914 
212, 609 

(-) 
(-) 


$5,000 to $6, 000 

$6,000 to 87, 000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

88,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to .513, 000 

.$13,000 to $14, 000 

$14,000 to 815,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

.$20,000 to $2.5, 000 

.$25,000 to $30, 000 

$30,000 to 840, 000 

840,000 to 8^30, 000 

$50,000 to $60, 000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to 890,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to 81.50,000.... 
$1.50;000to8200,000.... 
$200, 000 to 82.50,000.... 
$250, 000 to 8300, 000.... 
.?300,000 to .8400,000.... 


89,089 
26,525 
48,353 
37,768 
41,303 
44,765 
50,662 
42,5.53 
39,579 
41,132 
210, 230 
189, 125 
182,308 
324,111 
287.113 
160,648 
259, 807 
225. 123 
204; 400 
107, 847 
434,271 
170,050 
(-) 


$400,000 to $.500,000.... 






$500,000 to 8750,000 
















$750,000 to .$1,000,000.. 
















$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
















$1,500,000 to 82,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000, 000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $.5,000,000. 
















$.5,000,000 and over. . . . 
















Classes grouped - 




1,3:6,738 


7,000 


915,087 


44,702 


553,128 


597 830 








Grand total 


104,581 


325,549,440 


201,039,962 


30,019,683 


7,767,008 


3,689,890 


11,456,898 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
" Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



56 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, per- 
sonal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



IOWA. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 


3,048 

16, 180 

3,083 

31,546 

171 

27,015 

49 

18,831 

7,195 

4,706 

2,293 

1,213 

783 

551 

480 

274 

320 

152 

446 

188 

162 

131 

49 

14 

14 

13 

10 

9 

6 


$4,829,426 

23,902,095 

7, 259, 502 

81,525,680 

569, 679 

93, 673, 521 

221, 539 

' 84, 429, 447 

39,258,991 

30, 255, 031 

17, 167, 607 

10,281,842 

7, 445, 023 

5,775,889 

5, 525, 478 

3,421,364 

4,289,095 

2,200,886 

7,593,845 

4,237,899 

4, 437, 451 

4,497,856 

2,186,137 

781,875 

913, 278 

971, 695 

846,956 

839,441 

(2) 


$6,783,701 

16,413,653 

8,053,809 

60,941,904 

502, 629 

59,762,536 

93,984 

43,709,942 

16,433,237 

11,124,787 

5,210,161 

2, 643, 282 

1,682,374 

1, 177, 638 

992,527 

581,564 

704, 795 

309,900 

908, 466 

378,782 

351,374 

253,410 

98,832 

27, 266 

25, 600 

24, 400 

16,800 

19,400 


$63,439 

167,728 

300, 749 

389,883 

127,925 

953, 157 

179,588 

1,920,735 

1,149,378 

1,310,625 

1,022,838 

741,502 

781,625 

760,374 

789, 154 

535, 147 

1,116,330 

527,696 

2,203,472 

1.50.5,935 

i; 27.5, 602 

2, 163, 614 

1,151,658 

351,914 

371,338 

537, 133 

404,432 

663,594 

(2) 








$452,801 




$452,801 


$2,000 to 83,000 1 






$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 


1,218,630 




1,218,630 






$3,000 to $4, 000 


2,018,973 




2,018,973 


$4,000 to $5,000 1 






$4,000 to $.1,000 


2,314,857 

1,418.661 

1, 196, 620 

787, 181 

537,118 

423, 801 

342,929 

345, 664 

229,399 

233, .561 

130,891 

455, 266 

269,036 

308, 745 

249,097 

102,843 

43,231 

63, 132 

49,949 

46,608 

16,220 

(2) 




2,314,857 


$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000. . 


$26, 273 
59,754 
76,635 
71,207 
68, 706 
64, 148 
63, 215 
63,842 
55,599 
48,499 
213,780 
171, 652 
157,399 
308,686 
201,927 
89,920 
130,091 
141,075 
166,072 
178,446 


1,444,934 
1,256,374 
863,816 
608,325 
492,507 
407,077 
408,879 
293,241 
289,160 
179,390 
669,046 
440,688 
466, 144 
557,783 
304,770 
133,151 
193,223 
191,024 
212,680 
194,666 
(2) 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.. 


1 


(2) (2) 


C^) 


(2) 


(2) 


{-) 


$300,000 to $400,000. . 














$400,000to$500,000.. 




1 










$500,000 to $750,000 . 














$750 000 to $1,000,000 . . 














$1 000 000 to $1,500,000 




i 










$1 500 000to$2 000,000 
















$2 000 000to$:3 000 000 
















$3 000 000 to $4 000 000 
















$4 000 000 to .15 000,000 
















$5 000 000 and over 




















929,057 


10,800 


487,641 


50, 239 


265,780 


316,019 








Grand total 


118,933 


450,267,585 


239,237,553 


23,954,206 


13,305,452^ 


2,622,706 


1,% 928,158 



KANSAS. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 


7,527 


$11,877,829 


$1,000 to $2,000 


9,206 


13,216,939 


$2,000 to $3,000 » 


6,185 


14, 288, 781 


$2,000 to $3, 000 


15, 294 


38,62.5,813 


$3,000 to $4,0001 


240 


798, 297 


.$3,000 to $4,000 


11,414 


39, 576, 303 


.$4,000 to $5,0001 


48 


232, 054 


$4,000 to $5,000 


7,480 


33, 435, 857 


$.5,000 to .$6,000 


2,700 


14, 769, 144 


$6,000 to $7,000 


1,484 


9, 627, 507 


$7,000 to .$8, 000 


854 


6,391,039 


88,000 to .$9,000 


525 


4,458,378 


$9,000 to $10, 000 


399 


3, 757, 802 


$10,000 to $11, 000 


230 


2, 472, 149 


$11,000 to$12, 000 


185 


2,207,486 


$12,000to$13,000 


134 


1,722,515 


$13, 000 to $14,000 


149 


1,964,414 


$14,000 to$1.5,000 


108 


1,597,370 


$15,0f)0 to $20,000 


270 


4,626,420 


$20,000 to $25,000 


139 


3,113,4.58 


$2.5,fK)0to$30,000 


66 


1,89.5,969 


$30,00f) to $40,000 


82 


2, 875, 181 


$40,(K10 to .$.50,000 


31 


1,371,725 



$16,956,762 

9,348,737 

16, 156, 595 

28, 732, 440 

752, 658 

24, 592, 405 

100, 674 

15, 900, 696 

6, 193, 159 

3, 295, 570 

1,869,680 

1, 143, 771 

852, 714 

,503, 186 

397, 000 

297, 966 

297, 040 

216, 675 

556, 933 

278, 5,57 

144,400 

172, 033 

62,000 



$212, 206 
103,621 
369, 234 
362, 127 
103, 526 
765, 873 
173, 183 
840, 018 
868, 765 
656, 058 
537, 386 
513,210 
425, 767 
472, 444 
378, 022 
295, 875 
302, 350 
314,747 
988, 556 
846, 447 
442, 325 
7.59, 638 
223, 772 



$232, 502 



590, 062 



851, 168 



1,000,259 
480, 805 
373, 592 
294, 272 
225, 092 
208, 898 
131, 693 
131,301 
117,283 
136, 559 
109, 859 
306, 129 
210, 3.59 
144, 874 
206, 575 
124, 426 



$10, 706 
26, 657 
31,971 
33,379 
35,704 
30, 307 
30,521 
29,930 
31,265 
34, 103 
134, 034 
118,881 
114,499 
212,577 
129, 620 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
2 (Classes grouped to conceal the net Income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



57 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shovnng for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

KANSAS— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


850,000 to 860,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

870,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

8100,000 to 8150,000.... 
8150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to 8250,000.... 
8250,000 to $300,000 


13 
9 
8 
3 
3 
4 
3 
1 


8724,759 
582,369 
597,230 
255,047 
281,721 
460, 466 
(2) 
(-) 


$27,600 
14,600 
14,000 
5,800 
6,600 
6,200 
(2) 


8116,048 

273, 920 

132, 280 

103, 861 

20,316 

10,300 

(2) 
(2) 


$64, 845 
35,307 
52, 196 
16,736 
29,653 
52,271 

(2) 
(2) 


$88,994 
84,207 

102, 751 
50, 433 
62,028 

125,484 
(2) 
(2) 


8153,839 
119,514 
154,947 
67, 169 
91,681 
177,755 
(2) 


$300,000 to $400,000 
















8400,000 to 8500,000 
















$500,000 to 8750,000 
















$750,000 to 81,000,000.. 
















$1 ,000,000 to 31 ,500,000. 
















81,500,000to$2,000,000- 
















$2,000,000to$3,000,0C0. 
83,000,000 to 84,000,000. 






























84,000,000 to 85,000,000. 
















35,000,000 and over 






\ 








Classes grouped 2 




720,032 1 7.266 


161, 137 


47,733 


187,744 


235 477 








' 




Grand total 


64,794 


218,524,054 


128,903,651 


11,773,012 


6,174,449 


1,705,795 


7,880,244 



KENTUCKY. 



81,000 to 82,0001 


4,322 

8,411 

9,383 

8,701 

630 

6,088 

144 

3,406 

1,605 

1,088 

725 

449 

359 

288 

196 

275 

25 

107 

344 

162 

90 

112 

71 

42 

20 

18 

11 

6 

13 

3 

3 

1 


$6,820,729 

12,271,053 

19,302,288 

21,867,588 

2,079,309 

20,857,981 

620,787 

15,165,791 

8,806,058 

7,015,321 

5,414,508 

3,804,620 

3,400,705 

3,009,978 

2,241,279 

3,491,775 

335, 170 

1,551,296 

5,870,533 

3,594,568 

2,410,725 

3,878,212 

3,188,917 

2,134,938 

1,310,010 

1,338,901 

939, 227 

565,741 

1,020,921 

513, 234 


$9,224,056 

8,443,480 

20,177,089 

16,290,655 

1,741,297 

12,735,780 

356,598 

7,230,694 

3,340,374 

2,293,210 

1,480,750 

900,398 

715, 146 

599,065 

379,066 

566,506 

30, 507 

203,583 

678,470 

329,400 

169, 066 

202,800 

138, 165 

64,200 

37,583 

36,200 

21, 100 

9,200 

20,400 

4,000 

(2) 

(2) 


$344,639 
151,314 
740,013 
403,207 
588,999 
782, 606 
526,811 
874,905 
838,007 
976,042 
881,523 
613,330 
662,248 
651,662 
540,409 
558,566 
141,269 
495,553 
1,986,148 
1,283,415 
898, 729 
1,672,247 
1,359,958 
945,796 
629, 644 
582, 767 
420,310 
469, 946 
1,054,987 
160,782 

(2) 








81 ,000 to $2,000 


8220,480 




8220,480 


82,000 to 83,0001 




82,000 to $3, 000 


312,559 




312, 559 


83,000 to 84,0001 






83,000 to $4, 000 


440,880 




440,880 


84,000 to 85,0001 






84,000 to $5,000 


431,681 

287,433 

249,370 

225,497 

181,029 

172,613 

149,293 

129, .563 

189,677 

14,250 

84, 009 

321,717 

213,550 

146,301 

209, 194 

180,352 

131,959 

68,636 

75, 205 

57,732 

11,746 

52, 615 

41,266 

(2) 




431,681 


$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to 87 ,000 

$7,000 to 88,000 

88,000 to 89,000 

89,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to 81 1,000 

811,000 to 812,000 

$12,000 to 813 ,000 

$13,000 to 814,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to 820,000 

$20,000 to 825,000 

$25,000 to 830,000 

830,000 to 840,000 

$40,000 to $50 ,000 

850,000 to $60 ,000 

860,000 to $70,000 

870,000 to 880 ,000 

$80,000 to 890,000 

890,000 to 8100,000 

8100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
8200,000 to 8250 ,000.... 
8250,000 to 8300 ,000.... 
$300,000 to 8400,000.... 


$7, 560 
20,119 
28,482 
29,293 
35,178 
36,327 
33,517 
63,827 
5,866 
3.5,912 
170,059 
148,492 
120,644 
272, 607 
284,445 
282,696 
178,048 
223,617 
154, 626 
126,330 
436,458 
183,872 

(2) 


294,993 
269,489 
253,979 
210, 322 
207,791 
185,620 
163.080 
253, 504 
20,116 
119, 921 
491,776 
362,042 
266,945 
481,801 
464, 797 
414,655 
246,684 
298, 822 
212,358 
138,076 
489,073 
225,138 
(^) 
(2) 


8400,000 to 8500, 000.... 
















8500,000 to $750,000.... 
















$750,000 to 81,000,000.. 
















81,000,000 to81,500,000. 
















81 ,500,000 to 82 ,000 ,000. 
















|2,000,000to83,000,000. 








.... 








$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 






1 






$4,000,000 to 85,000,000. 












85,000,000 and over.... 


1 








Classes grouped 2 




927,964 


6,000 


454,276 


55,793 


386,585 


442,378 






Grand total 


47,098 


166,-350,127 


88,425,138 


22,690,108 


4,654,400 


3,264,560 


7,918,960 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal tiie net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



58 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income he number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax, paid — Continued. 

IjOUISIANA. 









Exempt 


ons from 














normal tax. 








Income class. 


bar of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 






Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


SI ,000 to $2,0001 


7,500 


$11,350,974 


$17,853,035 


$1,846,049 








$1,000 to 32 ,000 


5,675 


8,497,142 
587, 961 


5, 799, 054 


46, 640 


$159, 558 




$159, 55s 


$2 ,000 to $3 ,0001 


256 


541,620 


146,614 








$2,000to?3,000 


6,645 


16,699,538 


12,359,005 


226, 722 


245,557 




245, 557 


$3 ,000 to $4, 0001 


229 
4,639 


771,074 
16,335,516 


580, 176 
9, 953, 997 


258, 206 
398, 027 








$3,000toS4,000 


347, 914 




347, 914 


$4 ,000 to $5 ,0001 


46 
2.966 


206,458 
13, 248, 860 


97, 308 
6,440,680 


118,560 

576,385 








84 ,000 to $5 ,000 


374,410 




374,410 


$5,000 to $6 ,000 


1,310 


7,147,405 


2, 825, 326 


677,361 


227, 204 


85, 787 


232,991 


$6 ,000 to 87 ,000 


854 


5, 500, 939 


1,860,089 


645, 420 


201,193 


15, 775 


216, 938 


$7 ,000 to $8 ,000 


584 


4,350,651 


1,266,719 


505, ,541 


187,206 


23,214 


210,42!) 


$8 ,000 to $9, 000 


370 


3,139,191 


792, 613 


426, 204 


151,822 


23,839 


175,661 


$9,000 to $10,000 


341 


3,222,406 


715, 982 


580, 172 


161,756 


31,773 


193, 529 


$10,000 to $11 ,000 


277 


2,913,220 


574, 793 


570,388 


160, 397 


35, 072 


195,469 


$11, 000 to $12, 000 


202 


2,334,240 


428,414 


339,336 


141, 123 


33,652 


174,775 


$12 ,000 to $13 ,000 


196 


2,450,741 


396,449 


634,321 


136, 277 


41,050 


177,327 


$13 ,000 to $14 ,000 


171 


2,331,923 


368, 979 


515, 989 


138,650 


42,183 


180, 833 


$14 ,000 to $15, 000 


107 


1,583,562 


230,900 


459,418 


92, 772 


34, 988 


127,760 


$15,000 to $20 ,000 


403 


6, 996, 098 


828, 506 


1,743,609 


449, 998 


196, 389 


646,387 


$20 ,000 to $25 ,000 


193 


4,317,963 


394, 781 


1,190,628 


293, 751 


168, 932 


462,683 


$25,000 to $30 ,000 


112 


3,059,325 


219,000 


793,357 


218, 692 


164, 137 


382.829 


$30 ,000 to $40 ,000 


158 


5,410,062 


315, 131 


1,886,893 


351, 788 


372, 121 


723,909 


$40 ,000 to $50 ,000 


67 


3,020,143 


125, 950 


924,472 


227,406 


280,968 


508,374 


$50 ,000 to $60 ,000 


30 


1,677,523 


58, 066 


550,395 


120, 024 


201,987 


322,011 


$60 ,000 to $70 ,000 


27 


1,731,659 


52,800 


527, 808 


134, 898 


240,631 


375, 529 


$70 ,000 to $80,000 


12 


881, 590 


24,200 


492, 972 


51,049 


134,372 


185,421 


$80 ,000 to $90,000 


12 


1,011,440 


25,000 


561,092 


53,697 


187,023 


240, 720 


$90 ,000 to $100 ,000 


8 


756, 221 


13,000 


299,841 


51,623 


165, 688 


217,311 


$100 ,000 to $150 ,000.... 


35 


3,613,878 


65,416 


1,154,066 


273,641 


918,149 


1,191,790 


$150 ,000 to $200 ,000.... 


1 


(2) 


(2) 


(•■=) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


$200 ,000 to 82.50 ,000.... 


3 


(2) 


(2) 


0) 


(^) 


(2) 


(2) 


$250 ,000 to $300 ,000.... 
















$300,000toS400,000.... 


2 


(2) 


(-) 


m 


(2) 


C^) 


(^) 


$400 ,000 to $500 ,000.... 
















$500 ,000 to $750 ,000.... 


1 


C^) 


0) 


C^) 


(•■') 


(■2) 


C^) 


$750 ,000 1 $1 ,000 ,000 
















$1 ,000,000to$l ,.500,000. 
















$1 ,.500 ,000t o.$2 ,000 ,000. 

















$2 ,000 ,000t 0$3 ,000 ,000. 
















$3 ,000 ,000t 0$4 ,000 ,000. 
















$4,000,000to$5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped 2 . 




2,114,280 


10,000 


703,064 


149, 602 


933,780 


1,083,382 








C.rand total 


33,432 


137,261,983 


65,216,9,89 


19,799,550 


.5,102,008 


4,251,510 


9,353,518 



$1,000 to $2,0001 3 

$1,000 to $2, 000 1 ,5 

.$2,000 to 83,0001 3 

.$2,000 to $3 ,000 j 4 

$3,000 to $4,0001 1 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 3 

$4,000 to 85,0001... 

$4,000 to 85,000 1 

$5,000 to $6, 000 

.86,000 to 87,000 

$7,000 to .$8, 000 

88,000 to $9, 000 

.$9,000 to 810, 000.... 
$l(),0(K)to811,000... 
$ll,0(X)to812,()(X)... 
812,000 to 813,(XX)... 
813,000 to.$14, 000... 
S14,CX)0to$15,fKM)... 
$15,0001,0.820,000... 
$20,000 to $25,000... 
$25,000 to $30,000... 
$.30,000 to $40,000... 
$40,000 to $.50,000... 



381 
612 
710 

,788 
243 

,033 
84 

,716 
654 
421 
293 
202 
155 
98 



84,970,890 

8, 069, ,531 

8, 523, 426 

11,958,743 

809, 502 

10,359,314 

380, 839 

7,682,887 

3, .595, 527 

2, 736, 985 

2, 202, 078 

1, 737, 842 

1,. 505, 298 

1,028,148 

1,127,136 

899, 992 

745, 988 

696,. 365 

2, .587, 577 

1,760,194 

1,. 5.56, 216 

2,124,612 

1,42,5,772 



$6,456,625 

5, 660, 682 

9, 278, 761 

8, 894, 582 

576, 108 

6, 1.50, 576 

149, 342 

3,576,251 

1,. 343, 863 

846,142 

595, 563 

419,015 

311,431 

198, 733 

185, .5,50 

127,840 

105, 833 

95, 033 

286, 596 

143,866 

107, 633 

110,600 

53, 000 



$391,469 
133,960 
685, 807 
302, 130 
365, 049 
364, 396 
317,671 
490, 153 

500. 793 
614,497 
550, 105 
438, 977 
408, 284 
282, 304 
401,784 
263, 479 

163. 794 
204, 333 
945,727 
813,138 
678, 959 

1,025,705 
6.59,3.53 



$157, .321 

195,826 

"'246,' 449' 



218, 1.54 

108,719 
82, 883 
79, 547 
73,467 
6.5,144 
48,984 
50, 034 
45, 875 
38, 652 
37, 984 

130, 289 
78,620 
81,773 

112,014 
72,714 



$3, 526 
7,487 
10,514 
13,880 
15,017 
12, 576 
16,475 
15,287 
14, 365 
15,047 
72, 765 
71,766 
84, 256 
1,54, 880 
138,440 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
2 Classes prouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



59 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shoiving for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



M AINE— Continued . 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100 ,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000. . . 


18 
13 
4 
7 
3 
9 
2 
1 


$960,650 
827, 486 
300, 297 
587,768 
276, 150 
996,922 


$28,983 
21,800 

7,400 
13,800 

5,200 
15,400 
(2) 


$609, 043 
384, 946 
179, 109 
343, 349 
219, 404 
620,654 

(2) 


$36,808 
48,749 
12, 679 
25, 906 
5,445 
43,400 


$114,198 
116,826 

51,988 
114,775 

59,461 
256,017 

(2) 

(2) 


$151,006 
165, 575 

64, 667 
140, 681 

04, 906 
299,417 


$300,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500 000 


3 


(2) 


{') 


{') 


C^) 


(2) 


(-) 


$500,000 to $750 ,000.. 
















$7.50,000 to $1,000,000 












::::::::::::i:: 


$1 ,000,000 t0$l ,500,000. 
















$1 ,500,000to$2,000,000. 
















$2 ,000 ,000 1 $3 ,000 ,000 
















$3,000,000 to$4,000,000. 


1 












$4,000,000 to$5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and ovpr. . . 
















Classes grouped ^ 




1,599,077 


8,800 


726,253 


101,399 


710,622 


812,021 






Grand total 


25, 104 


84,033,212 


45,775,008 


14,084,625 


2,192,835 


2,070,168 


4,263,003 



MARYLAND. 



$1,000 to $2,000 I 


8,668 

19, 964 

10, 599 

20, 914 

659 

12, 067 

47 

5, 815 

2,072 

1,119 

870 

625 

499 

396 

356 

236 

226 

169 

649 

330 

196 

249 

133 

61 

32 

28 

16 

13 

50 

6 

3 

5 

9 

1 

1 


$12,940,552 

29, 150, 639 

24, 147, 974 

51,904,890 

2, 195, 703 

41,479,458 

188, 534 

25,86.5,745 

11,296,720 

7, 257, 369 

6, 485, 403 

5,298,879 

4, 722, 649 

4, 147, 218 

4,083,305 

2,940,642 

3,046,633 

2, 446, 179 

11, 167, 404 

7,337,484 

5,351,657 

8,540,143 

5,903,093 

3,306,259 

2, 060, 352 

2, 109, 381 

1,374,354 

1, 220, 059 

6, 199, 592 

986, 386 

701,916 

1,307,899 

3, 069, 1.58 

(') 

(2) 


$17,054,762 

20,417,957 

26,270,373 

38,014,010 

1,629,818 

23, 893, 498 

94, 220 

11,385,469 

4,280,353 

2,256,270 

1,776,563 

1,241,587 

1,013,539 

781, 028 

722, 893 

465, 430 

445, 975 

340, 881 

1,277,241 

627, 582 

370, 716 

507, 457 

256, 440 

126, 000 

62, 566 

59,483 

30,400 

21, 600 

96, 400 

12, 000 

6,600 

9,400 

16,200 


$534,604 

418, 976 

821, 504 

931,216 

7.51, 310 

2,821,918 

107, 222 

1, .572, 422 

1,014,887 

870, 548 

825, 461 

896, 318 

776, 456 

839, 982 

708, 063 

633, 069 

630, 029 

453, 816 

2,464,717 

2, 139, 564 

1,674,393 

2, 395, 771 

1,922,010 

1,091,073 

684, 385 

632, 864 

515, 701 

690, 319 

2,312,969 

704, 412 

9,372 

342, 238 

1,405,121 








$1,000 to $2, 000 


$509,222 




$509,222 


$2,000 to $3,000 I 




$2,000 to $3,000 


794, 864 




794, 864 


$3,000 to $4,000' 






$3,000 to $4,000.. 


900,924 




900 924 


$4,000 to $5,0001 






$4,000 to $5,000 


777, 676 
370, 620 
276, 400 
286, 697 
253, 152 
245, 545 
227, 760 
237, 771 

176, 552 
198, 780 

177, 646 
7.59, 158 
488, 624 
666, 715 
658, 645 
417, 994 
230, 991 
144, 251 
162, 796 

91,885 
57, 853 
453, 509 
40, 594 
83, 7.53 
115, 123 
197,8:30 

(2) 




777, 676 


$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000... 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000... 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000... 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000.. 
$90,000 to $100,000... 
$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300.000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 


$8, 787 
18,610 
33,385 
39, 089 
45, 988 
51, 177 

59, 651 
54, 330 

60, 695 
55, 550 

317, 5.54 
297, 061 
277, 866 
606, 786 
560, 440 
389, 634 
293, 857 
366, 587 
272, 838 
268, 474 

1, 628, 680 
.321, 988 
293, 681 
569, 812 

1,467,171 


379, 407 
295, 010 
320, 082 
292; 241 
291, 533 
278, 937 
297, 422 
230, 882 
259, 475 
233, 196 

1,076,712 
785, 68.5 
944, 581 

1,265,431 
978, 434 
620, 6£5 
438, 108 
529, 383 
364, 723 
326, 32? 

2, 082, 189 
362, .582 
377, 434 
684, 935 

1, 665, 001 

(2) 


$.500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 


(^) 


V) 


$1,000,000 to$l, 500,000. 
$l,500,000to$2,000,000. 


2 


C-) 


m 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


$2,000,000to$3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000to$4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over.... 
















Classes grouped ^ 




3,187,463 


6,000 


1,164,289 


238, 873 


1,813,343 


2 052,216 








Grand total 


87,085 


303,421,092 


155,570,711 


35,756,999 


10,242,203 


10,173,0.34 ! 20,415,237 

1 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
- Classes grouped to conceal the not income and identit.v of the taxpayi 



60 



STATISTICS OF TNCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shovjing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 





Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
Income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Income class. 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,0001 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 

$3,000 to 8 4,000 

$4,000 to $5,0001 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9, 000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15, 000 

$15,000 to $20, 000 

$20,000 to $25, 000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50, 000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000to$80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to$100,000 

$100,000to$ 150,000.... 
$150, 000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250, 000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$l,000,000to$l,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to$2,000,000. 


20, 761 

48, 825 

20,761 

49, 144 

2,066 

26, 950 

1,140 

14,514 

5,322 

3,531 

2,766 

1,915 

1,493 

1,172 

935 

758 

714 

546 

2,013 

1,095 

744 

886 

506 

276 

188 

132 

110 

102 

201 

95 

34 

28 

33 

15 

10 

2 

3 


$30,827,321 

70,600,832 

47, 073, 948 

122, 630, 391 

7,021,585 

92,674,486 

5,020,419 

64, 558, 987 

29,025,509 

22,808,974 

20, 793, 145 

16,277,720 

14, 156, 963 

12,372,188 

10,765,819 

9,524,494 

9, 689, 745 

7,946,866 

34,935,705 

24,536,551 

20,388,248 

30,582,464 

22,632,103 

14,973,980 

12, 127, 102 

9,812,291 

9,535,291 

9, 674, 638 

24,348,537 

16,259,498 

7,558,158 

7,683,057 

11,560,730 

6,844,418 

6, 021, 019 

1, 536, 985 

3, 680, 294 


$38,789,704 

48,470,313 

49,279,852 

90,890,913 

3,896,895 

55,113,765 

1, 777, 245 

29,389,469 

10,296,016 

6,713,495 

5,285,091 

3,610,510 

2,808,934 

2, 191, 592 

1,696,308 

1,390,479 

1,318,050 

1,019,649 

3, 654, 779 

2.017,455 

1,353,727 

1, 692, 569 

1,283,164 

484, 140 

345, 115 

232, 900 

195, 183 

188,449 

360, 165 

159, 133 

63,000 

54,933 

65,112 

30, 800 

19, 600 

4,200 

5,000 


$3,248,173 

1,641,492 

3,979,996 

2,522,351 

3,746,237 

4,483,116 

3, 699, 061 

5, 160, 955 

8,459,662 

5,214,366 

5, 444, 457 

4,514,397 

4,784,910 

4,282,310 

3, 509, 523 

3,297,978 

3,401,902 

2, 748, 081 

13,660,550 

10,297,958, 

10,404,647 

13,851,886 

12,729,080 

7,422,839 

5,368,861 

4,883,181 

5,492,510 

5,016,868 

11,883,607 

7, 490, 950 

2, 460, 886 

3,181,219 

4,278,407 

359,090 

1,549,974 

711,029 

541, 796 








$1,229,620 




$1,229,620 




1, 765, 416 




1,765,416 




1, 980, 309 




1,980,309 






1,962,560 

777, 529 

733, 080 

741,374 

653,083 

594,000 

531,245 

514, 963 

450,434 

482. 436 

425, 338 

1,729,465 

- 1,242,420 

986, 093 

1,635,346 

1,062,700 

820,810 

816,239 

546,355 

555,498 

550, 157 

1,454,121 

1,058,193 

566,336 

511,884 

856, 222 

766, 846 

531,264 

98,093 

374,237 




1 962,560 


$24, 785 

65,447 

92, 197 

107, 826 

144,023 

137, 294 

159, 691 

161,745 

190,764 

176,834 

989, 585 

1,018,492 

1,096,803 

2,180,318 

2, 162, 995 

1,738,206 

1,752,519 

1,665,846 

1,867,133 

2, 099, 333 

6,768,968 

5, 796, 178 

3,091,394 

3,353,281 

5, 570, 985 

3,539,097 

3,288,524 

870, 691 

2,192,720 


802,314 

798,527 

833,571 

760,909 

738, 023 

668, 539 

674, 654 

612, 179 

673,200 

602, 172 

2, 719, 050 

2,260,912 

2,082,896 

3,815,664 

3,225,695 

2,559,016 

2,568,758 

2,212,201 

2,422,631 

2, 649, 490 

8,223,089 

6,854,371 

3,657,730 

3,865,165 

6,427,207 

4,305,943 

3,819,788 

968,784 

2,566,957 


$2,000,000 to$3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 
















85,000,000 and over . 
































Grand total 


209, 786 


868, 460, 461 


366, 147, 704 


195,724,305 


29,003,666 


52,303,674 


81,307,340 



MICHIGAN. 



$1,000 to $2,0001.. 
$1,000 to $2,000.... 
$2,000 to $3,0001.. 
$2,000 to $3,000.... 
$3,000 to $4,0001.. 
$3,000 to $4,000.... 
$4,000 to $5,0001.. 
J4,000 to $5,000.... 
$5,000 to $6,000..., 
$6,000 to $7,000. . . 
.$7,000 to $8,000... 
$8,000 to $9,000... 
.$9,000 to $10,000.. 
$10,000 to $11,000. 
$11,000 to $12,000. 
$12,0(10 to $13, 000. 
$13,000 to $14, 000. 
$14,000 to $15,000., 
$15,000 to $20,0fH). 
$20,000 to $25,000. 
$25,000 to $.30,000. 
$.30,000 to $40,000. 
$40,(K)0 to $.50,(K)0. 



16,265 


$25, 4.52, .543 


.$33,101,085 


43,584 


61,417,727 


51,117,076 


12,920 


29,020,514 


31,984,840 


31,395 


76,596,206 


65,069,166 


499 


1,642,941 


1,402,246 


12,787 


44,371,809 


27,852,155 


215 


955,947 


377,254 


6,733 


29,993,939 


14,667,817 


2,710 


14,856,597 


5,679,764 


1,894 


12,177,045 


3,970,868 


1,200 


8,950,593 


2,493,543 


803 


6,817,317 


1,647,134 


671 


6,358,265 


1,364,044 


478 


5,007,650 


959,518 


418 


4,808,524 


863,040 


298 


3,720,193 


558,527 


266 


3,585,875 


526,966 


210 


3,037,182 


412,315 


660 


11, 412, .335 


1,248,141 


370 


8,307,474 


718,389 


226 


6,080,557 


429,704 


296 


10,200,471 


552,815 


1.50 


6, 645, .560 


272,416 



$522,959 
1,239,098 

52S,512 
2,191,530 

410, 104 
2,184,530 

535,024 
2,232,628 
2,058,054 
2,17.5,926 
1,799,537 
1,570,953 
1,699,705 
1,592,373 
1,326,530 
1,247,137 
1,207,128 
1,063,344 
4,543,729 
3,345,890 
2,877,280 
4,963,053 
3,648,763 



$622,028 
" 638,' 299" 



776,704 



800,450 
452, 116 
390, 446 
341,762 
284, 024 
275,580 
234, 652 
238,857 
179,385 
177, 748 
151,752 
574, 704 
377, 127 
286, 647 
534, 111 
346,170 



$10,497 

32,044 

44,507 

51,400 

61,317 

63,095 

74, 168 

62,057 

68,025 

68,618 

322, 572 

374, 137 

322,381 

717,835 

644, 432 



$J22,028 
' 638,299 



776,704 



800,450 
462,613 
422, 490 
386,2,)9 
335, 424 
336,897 
297,747 
313,025 
241,442 
245, 773 
220,370 
897,276 
751,264 
609,028 
1,2,51,946 
990,602 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



61 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBTTTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

MICHIGAN— Continued. 









Exempt 


ons from 










Num- 




normal tax. 








Income class. 


ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 






Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$.50,000 to $60,000 


72 


$3,932,935 


$134,766 


$1,844,610 


$226, 829 


$459,462 


$686,291 


$60,000 to $70,000 


60 


3,897,076 


108,350 


2,337,653 


174, 405 


551,350 


725, 755 


$70,000 to $80,000 


26 


1,917,176 


55,873 


790,571 


127,946 


321,002 


448, 948 


$80,000 to $90,000 


23 


1,953,395 


42, 600 


926,423 


109,068 


377, 806 


486, 874 


$90,000 to $100,000 


20 


1,930,803 


33,800 


1,320,084 


71,148 


449,264 


520,412 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 


53 


6,190,393 


100, 400 


4,099,727 


2fil,195 


1,705,407 


1,966,602 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 


26 


4,497,330 


26, 000 


3,715,749 


121,534 


1,617,845 


1,739,379 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 


5 


1,077,798 


10, 800 


577, 846 


59,143 


415, 026 


474, 169 


$250,000 to $300,000.... 


3 


835,076 


4,600 


719, 295 


12,621 


370,822 


383,443 


5300,000 to $400,000.... 


7 


2,326,331 


12,600 


1,950,312 


45,406 


1,102,023 


1,147,429 


$400,000 to $.500,000.... 


2 


(2) 


(2) 


(') 


(2) 


(2) 


r-) 


$500,000 to $7.50,000.... 


3 


(=) 


(2) 


(2) 


{') 


(2) 


(2) 


$750,000 to $1,000,000 
















$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $:5,000,000. 






























1 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


('} 


(!=) 


(') 


$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















.$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over 


































5,337,587 


8,600 


5,298,943 


60,432 


3,097,004 


3,157,436 






Grand total 


135,349 


415,313,164 


247,807,212 


68,545,000 


8,952,2.89 


13,384,096 


22,336,385 



MINNESOTA. 



$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to 82,000 

S2,000tO$3,000i 

$2,000 to $3,000 


8,364 

15,384 

10,614 

21,164 

750 

13,170 

273 

7,125 

2,147 

1,317 

915 

571 

455 

.302 

237 

182 

171 

120 

397 

253 

157 

1.55 

96 

51 

37 

15 

14 

10 

41 

10 

6 

4 

2 

3 

3 


$13,021,268 

22,638,716 

24,415,316 

53,466,421 

2, .5.59, 420 

4.5,472,132 

1,222,806 

31,747,577 

11,733,410 

8,503,974 

6,810,326 

4,836,145 

4,319,237 

3, 166, 905 

2,698,257 

2,247,208 

2,295,812 

1,7?6,496 

6,850,035 

6,026,110 

4,273,529 

5,330,526 

4,302,709 

2,749,144 

2,376,628 

1,135,654 

1, 190, 528 

947,969 

5,081,546 

1,696,782 

1,344.606 

1,050,652 

640,856 

1,334,690 

1,851,239 


$17, 278, 505 

15,766,012 

26,940,210 

40,064,199 

1,977,510 

28, 3.50, .540 

640, 986 

15, .599, 086 

4,869,235 

2, 898, 540 

1,987,733 

1,21.3,014 

934,348 

631,041 

486, 834 

377,460 

3.53,600 

235, 235 

796,357 

485,408 

310, 732 

300, 615 

162,466 

102, 916 

63,400 

28, 283 

24,800 

21,400 

80,800 

20,400 

14,200 

5,800 

3,000 

5,800 

6,200 


$328, 676 

266,296 

.891, 425 

719, 104 

786, 594 

1,. 510, 421 

802. 869 

1,728,701 

1.162, .599 

1,194,605 

1,081,105 

949,610 

1,203.531 

822, 219 

725, 861 

679,958 

760,321 

672, 893 

2,6.56,183 

2,443,936 

2,016,417 

2, 70.5, ,563 

2, ,598, 668 

1,742,795 

1,. 505, 128 

680.784 

824', 878 

728, 331 

3,344,872 

1,490,740 

711,142 

532,082 

295, 209 

682,0-^0 

475,248 








$427,799 




$427, 799 




763,140 




763, 140 


?3,000 to $4,0001 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,0001 

84,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7, 000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$.8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to 815,000 

$15,000 to $20, 000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30 ,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $.50,000 

$.50 ,000 to $60 ,000 

$60,OOOto $70,000 

$70,000 to $.80,000 

8.80, 000 to 890 .000 

$90,000 to 8100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150 .000 to 8200 ,000.... 
8200,000 to $2.50 ,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000tO$400,000.... 
.S4O0,000tO $500,000.... 
$500,000 to 8750,090.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000 . 




959.017 




9.59,017 




870,608 

365, 711 

289,593 

246,397 

214,328 

177,719 

146,113 

134,347 

111,165 

111,994 

72, 403 

336,623 

334,478 

217,226 

265, 622 

201,360 

110,257 

129, .397 

45,301 

43, 189 

23, 879 

183,919 

19, 209 

79, 5.50 

30, 828 

38, 440 

73,909 

162,772 




870,608 


$10,021 

25, 384 

33,992 

35,944 

42, 474 

37, 766 

38, 725 

3^,247 

42,388 

36,6.56 

190,297 

267, 452 

212,854 

365, 884 

421,690 

314,914 

313, 579 

194,023 

220, 162 

210, 228 

1,456,4.87 

583, 255 

536, 400 

457, 717 

296,013 

680,440 

1,015,315 


375, 732 
314,977 
280,389 
250, 272 
220,193 
183, 879 
173,072 
148, 412 
1.54,382 
109,059 
526,920 
601,9.30 
430,080 
631,. 506 
623,050 
424, 271 
442,976 
239,324 
263, 351 
234, 197 

1,640,406 
602,464 
616,010 
488,545 
334, 453 
754,349 

1,178,087 


$1 ,000,000 to $1,500,000 
















81,500,000 1 $2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000 ,000 tnS4,000 ,000 
















84,000,000tO $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over. .. 






























Classes grouped 










:::::::::"r:: :::::: 
















Grand total 


.84, 515 


291,074,629 


163,036,665 


41.720,804 i 7,186,293 


8,076,467 


lo,262,76it 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of taxpayer. 



62 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shovnng for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 

returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


81,000 to $2,000 1 

81,000 to $2,000 

82,000 to $3,0001 

82,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to 84,C0Oi 

$3,000 to 84,000 

$4,000 to $5,0001 

$4,000 to 85,000 

85,000 to $6,000 

86,000 to $7, 000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

88,000 to $9,000 

89,000 to $10,000 

810,000 to $11,000 

811,000 to $12,000 

812,000 to $13,000 

813,000 to $14,000 

814,000 to $15,000 

815,000 to $20,000 

820,000 to $25, 000 

$25,000 to 830,000 

830,000 to 840,000 

$40,000 to 850,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

860,000 to $70,000 

870,000 to $80, 000 

880,000 to $90,000 


3,874 

2, 958 

256 

4, 526 

129 

3,255 

21 

2,128 

825 

556 

305 

193 

159 

120 

76 

79 

52 

46 

155 

97 

50 

46 

17 

10 

3 

5 


84,021,320 

4,501,268 

610, 128 

11,445,456 

420,500 

11, 189, 152 

91,084 

9,362,352 

4,568,091 

3,591,617 

2,280,143 

1,626,257 

1,504,451 

1,233,284 

872,599 

974, 135 

701,771 

666,790 

2,653,678 

2,163,871 

1,366,595 

1,578,008 

754,792 

537,801 

197,999 

376,453 


87,748,000 

3,026,235 

640, 000 

8,248,148 

322,000 

7,074,041 

43,000 

4,792,731 

1,863,818 

1,262,023 

642, 309 

401,650 

347,799 

252, 699 

170, 533 

164,600 

109,000 

94, 526 

328,200 

212,200 

98,633 

104,200 

36,400 

21,000 

4,200 

9,600 










$57,539 
45,790 
139,584 
153,055 
225,682 
51,680 
351,969 
238,889 
198,555 
206,322 
133,352 
146,653 
142,981 
118,855 
222,738 
181,374 
141,311 
374, 519 
203,851 
248,261 
175,711 
66,955 
86,613 
18,344 
26,842 


$86, 521 




886, 521 






182, 502 




182, 502 






234,983 




234,983 






272,600 

154,504 

137, 818 

100, 862 

89,282 

92, 601 

74,119 

52,991 

63, 186 

44,895 

43,847 

200,535 

188,352 

112,724 

142,942 

73,093 

53,468 

13,302 

38, 557 




272,600 


$4, 265 
8,250 
12,988 
11,692 
14, 168 
14,437 
13,469 
16,062 
13,085 
13,801 
74,021 
88,339 
69,969 
108,258 
68,248 
61, 155 
28,827 
62,217 


158,769 

146,068 

113,850 

100,974 

106,769 

88,556 

66,460 

79,248 

57,980 

57,648 

274,556 

276,691 

182,093 

251,200 

141,341 

114,623 

42,129 

100,774 


$90,000 to $100,000 

8100,000 to $150,00<i.... 
$150,000 to 8200,000... . 
8200,000 to 8250,000 


1 

4 
3 




(2) 
(2) 


(2) 






(2) 


8250,000 to 8300,000 
















$300 000 to 8400,000 
















$400,000 to $500,000 
















8500 000 to 8750,000 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 
















SI 000 000 to $1 500,000. 
















81 500 000 to 82,000, 000 
















$2 000 000 to 83,000,000 
















83 000,000to$4,000,000. 
















84,000. 000to$5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped ^ 




1,033,590 


15,800 


217, 223 


94,936 


310,978 


405, 914 








Grand total 


19,949 


70,323,185 


38,033,345 


4,174,648 


^ 2,548,620 


994, 229 


3,542,849 



MISSOURI. 



$1,000 to 82,000 • . . 
$1,000 to $2,000.... 
$2,000 to 83,000 1 . . 
82,000 to 83,000.... 
83,000to$t,000i.. 
.«3,000to$4,000.... 
84,000 to 85,000 I . . 
$4,000 to $5,000.... 
.?5,000 to $6,000.... 
$6,000 to 87,000.... 
87,000 to $S,000.... 
88,000 to 89,000.... 
$9,000 to $10,000... 
$10,000 to 811,000.. 
jll,(MJ0to8l2,000.. 
$12,000 to $13,000.. 
$13,000 to $14,000.. 
$14,000 to $15,000.. 
$15,000 to 820,000.. 
$20,000 to $25,01)0.. 
$25,0fK)to8:W,00().. 
.830,000 to 840,0011 . 
$40,m)0 to 850,(1(10.. 



663 
090 
466 
3.56 
592 
418 
324 
937 
761 
.332 
508 
,091 
749 
607 
515 
378 
325 
268 
905 
,501 
309 
298 
ISS 



819, .582, 039 

28, 218, 255 

30, 769, 609 

00,828,803 

2,036,998 

56,693,580 

1,463,791 

39,910,149 

20,688,211 

is; 187, 641 

11,310,134 

9, 270, 789 

7,131,883 

6,364,115 

5,946,851 

4,746,393 

4,404,311 

3,905.022 

1.5,61.5,906 

11,183,600 

8,493,3S(i 

10,324,295 

8,305, .506 



$25, 457, 508 

20,164,832 

33,218,148 

46,749,068 

1,387,440 

34,421,742 

645, 780 

18,981,264 

8,348,918 

4,874,4,38 

3,100,042 

2,224,378 

1,503,318 

1 , 218, 265 

1,011,826 

754,028 

622, 948 

,522, 104 

1, 770, as 1 

960, (;oo 

.580, 7(it) 

519, .372 

,351,233 



$661,107 
256, 063 
1,630,552 
827, 295 
&8! , 137 
1,328,260 
985, 393 
1,67.5,743 
2, 140, 691 
2,141,784 
1,491,516 
2,323,053 
1,497,294 
1,566,295 
1,640,236 
1,417,6.54 
I , 425, 565 
1, 1.58, .526 
5,775,137 
I,, 338,7.57 
3,619,924 
5,099,627 
4, 130,. 522 



8469,838 
'"794'727 



1,264,591 



1,160,2.80 
621,957 
533,971 
460,319 
313, 732 
341,652 
317,880 
303, 979 
242, 797 
231,780 
214,725 
788,984 
627,270 
464, 210 
.531,288 
437, 193 



815,823 
41,897 
57,009 
67,109 
67, 725 
77, 156 
88,381 
78, 722 
83,. 336 
84,098 
4.51,762 
454.198 
444, .'.57 
741,710 
761,22^1 



I .Nontaxable. Personal oxeniption and dividond.s exeoed net iu(-ome. 
^ ClasMcs grouped to conceal tlie net income and identity of the taxpayiT. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



63 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 

CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, per- 
sonal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Ooatinued. 

MIS S OURI— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
retiu-ns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 

tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

.$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
.$250,000 to $300,000.... 
.$300 000 to $400,(X)0.. 


98 
57 
48 
26 
11 
48 
12 
3 
1 


$5,335,915 
3,695,834 
3,600,526 
2, 156, 729 
1,041,848 
5, 679, 443 
2,023,275 
640,487 
(2) 


$185, 755 
106, 100 
85,400 
39,000 
17, 800 
80, 183 
20,333 
7,600 
(2) 


$3, 295, 624 

2, 170, 090 

2,021,612 

1,244,862 

752, 717 

3,507,196 

1,091,458 

247, 903 

(2) 


$227, 614 
179, 737 
184, 246 
100, 262 

34,457 
252. 629 

90; 299 

45, 479 

(2) 


$610,747 
5,36,310 
694.317 
406, 108 
216,994 
1,427,068 
677.806 
256,724 


$8.38,361 
716.047 
778; 562 
505.360 
251,451 

1,679,697 
768, 104 
302,203 
(2) 


$400,000 to $600,000.... 
$600 000 to $760 000 


5 


(■") 


(2) 


(2) 


C^) 


C') 


(.2) 


.$750 'ooo to $1,000,000. 
















$1,000,000 to$l,500,000. 
$1 600 000 to $2,000,000. 






























$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4 000 000 to $5,000 000 




















* 










•$5 000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped ^ 




2,448,637 


7,200 


2,312,072 


32,771 


1,207,945 


1,240,716 








Grand total 


110,890 


409,013,021 


209,967,670 


64,655,665 


11,268,662 


9,448,030 


20,716,692 



MONTANA. 



,$1,000 to $2,0001 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 


3,623 

11, 568 

4,883 

8,330 

139 

2, 763 

83 

1,156 

594 

3.53 

251 

126 

105 

100 

55 

40 

41 

35 

101 

44 

27 

25 

8 

5 

3 


$5,875,150 

17, ,593, 879 

11,172,884 

20,330,867 

464, 854 

9, 464, 406 

322, 308 

5,205,371 

3,298,790 

2,339,071 

1,910,266 

1,071,024 

1,016,064 

1,047,312 

630, 434 

498, 197 

6,53, 953 

523, 318 

1, 729, 845 

988, 313 

734, 698 

839, 317 

351, 302 

270, 671 

198,414 


$7, 854, 749 

11,561,801 

12, 148, 728 

14, 845, 768 

367. 878 

5,871,490 

163, 194 

2, 666, 060 

1,292,764 

797, 528 

676, 170 

282, 196 

229, 429 

202, 050 

115,600 

81, 100 

87, 200 

70,616 

213; 000 

90, 849 

59, 950 

50,200 

16, 200 

8,600 

4,200 


$174,235 

30, 280 

382, 261 

126,818 

166. 112 
219, 642 
196,013 
256, 191 
240, 069 
223, 706 
232, 704 
170, 116 
202, 905 
255, 446 
142, 857 

90, 266 

205. 113 
131, 880 
558, 623 
314, 600 
251,813 
287, 084 
119, 121 

87, 591 
140, 121 








$355, 159 




$355, 159 




322, 886 




322, 886 




$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $6,000 1 


204, 286 




204, 286 






$4,000 to $6,000 


141, 684 
112,869 
89, 355 
70,093 
39, 958 
48, 460 
52, 635 
33, 162 
29, 944 
29, 658 
28, 492 
98, 534 
62,231 
45, 663 
54, 679 
24, 094 
19, 934 
5,980 




141, 684 


$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to 130,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000t $50,000 

$60,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to$80,000 


$2, 132 

5,882 

8,022 

7,460 

9,537 

12, 163 

8,631 

8,423 

8,466 

10, 834 

44, 647 

36, 846 

39,416 

53, 437 

33, 408 

,32,348 

25,636 


115,001 
95,237 
78,115 
47,418 
57,997 
64, 798 
41, 793 
38, 367 
38,114 
39, 326 

143, 181 
99,077 
84, 969 

108,116 
57,502 
52,282 
31,616 


$80,000 to $90,000 
















$90,000 to $100,000 
















$100,000to $160,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
.$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 


2 
2 

1 


f2) 
(2) 


(2) 
C-) 

(2) 


(-) 
(-) 


(2) 


(2) 
(2) 


(-) 
(2) 


$300,000 to 5 400,000..-. 
















$400,000 to $500,000. . . . 

















,$500,000 to $750,000. . . . 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to$l, 500,000 


1 


(•') 


(2) 


C^) 


(2) 


(2) 


(•-) 


$l,500,000to $2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000to$3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000to$4,000,000- 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















■$5,000,000 and over. . . 
















Classes grouped " . . . 




1,661,122 


4,000 


1,520,624 


32,886 


763,092 


795 978 








Ortmd total 


34, 404 


90,091,830 


.59,0.51,310 


6, 726, 190 


1,902,532 


1, 110, 370 


3,012,902 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dixadends e.xceed net income. 
- Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



64 



STATISTICS or IlSrCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTBIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

NEBRASKA. 



Income class. 



Num- 
ber of 
returns, 



Net 
income. 



Exemptions from 
normal tax. 



Personal 
exemption. 



Dividends. 



Normal 
tax. 



Surtax. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

860,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000. . . . 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to$l,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $1,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over.... 
Classes grouped 2 



Grand total. 



12,864 
13, 241 
16,320 
16,802 
816 
15,726 



$20,345,376 
19,139,440 
37,517,184 
42,767,977 
2,747,712 
54,492,235 



$28,744,320 
13,462,974 
42,263,184 
32,244,108 
2,587,200 
34,034,022 



$211,824 
116,255 
644,304 
417, 932 
598, 368 
587, 199 



$336,315 



636,842 



1,274,278 



9, 995 

4,114 

2,233 

1,213 

695 

482 

309 

231 

156 

128 

106 

281 

113 

73 

73 

36 

19 

3 

4 

4 

6 

4 

1 

1 



44,460,376 

22,509,662 

14,435.743 

9,079,662 

5,903,249 

4,580,427 

3,242,265 

2,652,399 

1,945,232 

1,729,366 

1,535,621 

4,818,969 

2,542,888 

1,987,608 

2,467,760 

1,598,218 

1,036,129 

190,740 

299, 405 

330,786 

564,264 



22, 649, 389 

8,680,540 

5,230,270 

2,866,849 

1,598,430 

1,091,869 

678,064 

512,612 

336,466 

282,916 

222, 616 

576,066 

214,750 

147,066 

149,600 

72,400 

34,800 

5,200 

8,800 

9,000 

14,000 

(') 

(2) 

(2) 



767, 135 
882, 688 
737, 846 
573,590 
416,754 
463,793 
385,119 
339, 854 
267, 333 
265,868 
210,409 
939, 942 
689,438 
659,368 
867, 207 
711,330 
263,337 

50,613 

93,407 
187,010 
244,898 

{') 

(2) 

(2) 



1,262,263 

749,924 

550,094 

390,648 

306, 409 

250, 182 

192,041 

164,306 

130,679 

111,076 

106,594 

310, 646 

170, 320 

126,655 

159,063 

91,106 

84,024 

15,401 

22,705 

15,622 

37,763 

(') 
(2) 



$14,095 
44,865 
33,271 
46,101 
44,071 
39,721 
39,461 
32,285 
32,765 
32,475 
136,741 
109,233 
102,726 
162,347 
148,980 
123, 147 
27,501 
42,683 
63,562 
124,506 
(2) 
(2) 



(2) 



(2) 



(2) 



(2) 



(2) 



1,132,872 



10,200 



478,735 



75,952 



402,238 



96,049 



306,053,565 



198,727,711 



13,071,556 



7,570,808 



1,802,774 



NEVADA. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 


904 
2,005 

748 

2,237 

39 

428 


$1,540,847 
2,896,374 
1,733,313 
5,414,695 
118, 140 
1,473,498 


$1,944,878 

2,034,948 

1,881,886 

3,737,092 

125,984 

820,092 


$34, 803 

21,542 

25,591 

8,560 








$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 


$49, 695 




$49,695 




$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 


98,813 




98, 813 






$3,000 to $4,000 


953 


36,558 




36,558 


$4,000 to $5,0001 




$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $(1,000 

$6,000 to $7, 000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,(KJ0 1 $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,(X)0 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,(J00 to $.30,000 


255 

238 

108 

38 

20 

22 

9 

10 

9 

3 

li 

II 

5 


1,152,177 

1,308,349 

686, 109 

279,604 

168,308 

215,666 

95,685 

115,782 

113,602 

39,611 

87,029 

177,614 

C-) 


519,716 

524, 803 

107,680 

77,000 

40,716 

42, 800 

17,000 

IS, 800 

18,400 

5,000 

14,883 

21,866 


4,976 
44,404 
38,193 
16,994 
33,201 
26,288 
10,900 
19, 807 
28,843 

5,010 
36,500 
50,048 
(2) 


37,564 
45,948 
34,039 
16,329 
7,486 
12,435 
6,527 
7,192 
5,405 
2,655 
3,043 
10,950 
(2) 




37, 564 


$294 

961 

1,341 

1,161 

1,982 

1,258 

1,492 

1,971 

761 

1,579 

4,206 

(2) 


46,242 

35,000 

17,670 

8,647 

14,417 

7,785 

8,684 

7,376 

3,410 

4,622 

15, 150 

(-) 


$;^0,OfX) to $40,000 
















$•10,000 to $50,000 


i 


'C') 


{■') 


i') 


(2) 


(-) 


C^) 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS or INCOME. 



65 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTBIBTJTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, show lug for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

NEVADA— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 1 
normal tax. ] ^^ 

Normal 


Surtax. 


Total 


^^^.^^^^\ '^'• 


tax. 


$,50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 


1 


(=) 


C^) 1 (^) 1 (=) 


(2) 


$70,000 1 $80,000 






1 ' ' 




$80,000 to $90,000 






1 1 1 




$90,000 to $100,000 










$100 000 to $150,000 . 






1 1 


8150,000 to $200,000 ... 






1 


$200,000 to $250,000 






1 . ' 


$250,000 to 8300,000 






II' 


$300 000 to $400,000 . 






1 . 1 


$400 000 to $500,000 . . 






1 1 


$500 000 to $750,000 . . 






1 1 


$750,000 to 1,000,000 . . . 




1 1 


$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 
$2,000,000 to 83,000,000 
83,000,000 to 84,000,000 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 
.15,000,000 and over 










1 I 






i 1 






! 1 






I 






1 1 








$204, 266 


$14,466 $i86,976 1 $6,446 | $14,251 


S20.697 








Grand total 


7,097 17,826,669 


12,028,544 1 587,655 381,085 31,257 412,342 

1 ' 1 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 

$l,000'to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 

$2,000 to $3, 000 

$3,000 to 84,0001 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000tO$7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

88,000 to $9,000 

$9,000to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$ll,000to$12,000 

$12,000toS13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000to$30,000 

$30,000 to $10,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to 890,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $1.50,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250 000 to $300 000 


2,015 

4,512 

2,675 

3,505 

182 

1,647 

64 

1,131 

414 

231 

167 

123 

78 

64 

56 

60 

37 

36 

113 

48 

41 

44 

25 

19 

5 

8 

2 

6 

6 

1 

2 


$2,938,105 

6,419,244 

6,038,470 

8, 761,. 517 

603,085 

.5,7)3,464 

288,438 

5,078,307 

2,302,011 

1,. 522, 247 

1,295,644 

1,0.51,133 

743,932 

670,364 

656,985 

751,470 

498,614 

521,154 

1,951,247 

1,060,186 

1,115,654 

1,554,365 

1,176,323 

1,0.58,484 

323,619 

605, 196 

167, 797 

557, 780 

725,130 


.<53,632,467 

4,. 534, 975 

6,609,593 

6, .561, 306 

360,846 

3,438,609 

108,272 

2,309,926 

818,665 

461, 460 

336,359 

231,550 

139,605 

108,600 

103,933 

108,616 

64,658 

65,716 

203, 137 

91,000 

71,600 

75,300 

43,000 

34,800 

9,800 

12,000 

5,000 

11,400 

11,416 

(=) 

(2) 


$.522, 734 
104,810 
610,332 
203,359 
355,341 
342,860 
233,696 
408, 443 
,503, 030 
435,232 
423, .519 
362,819 
277,047 
271,344 
311,872 
399,833 
185, 790 
277,993 

1,004,7.55 
.501,149 
623,217 

1,067,497 
466,982 
474,627 
69,34.4 
341,157 
39,613 
295, 413 
252,837 

(2) 




1 


$107,108 




8107,108 




119,645 




119, 645 






115, 659 




115,659 






152,219 
62,629 
42,118 
40,637 
36,. 596 
27, 824 
22, 569 
23,895 
25,662 
22,209 
19,356 
7.5,717 
46,919 
43,890 
45, 026 
78,592 
66, 703 
26,469 
31,079 
14,202 
27, 364 
.53,666 

(2) 




152, 249 


81,980 

4,407 

7,116 

7,666 

7,154 

9,320 

9,620 

12,946 

9,674 

10, 782 

6), 688 

43,884 

.58, 613 

110,242 

118,053 

124,289 

40, 423 

105, 640 

32, 724 

119,6.55 

204,357 

(2) 


64,609 

46, .525 

47, 7.53 

44,262 

34,978 

31,889 

33,515 

38,608 

31, 883 

30, 138 

137, 405 

90,803 

102, .503 

155,268 

196,645 

190,992 

66,892 

136,719 

46,926 

147,019 

258,023 

(2) 

(2) 


$300 000 to $400'000 




! 








$400000 to $500000. 














$500000 to $750 000 


\" ' v\ 






1 




$750000 to $1 060066 










1 




$i,o6o,oooto$i,.5ob,oo6. 

$1 500 000to$2 000 000 










1 


















82000 000to$3 000000 
















$3 '000000 to^'oOO'oOO 
















$4'000'000to$5 000 000 
















$5 000 000 and over 




















739,319 


6,600 


11,916 


85,663 


314,045 


399,708 








Grand total 


17,317 


56,889,284 


30,570,209 


11,378,561 


1,413,446 1 1,414,278 


2,827,724 



* Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
« Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of taxpayer. 



18123°— 21- 



66 



STATISTICS OF TNCOME. 



TABIiE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal €xem,ption, dividends, and tax paid— Continued . 

NEW JERSEY. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,0001 


20,239 

42, 173 

23,050 

44,605 

1,243 

24,113 

296 

11,380 

4,430 

2,878 

2,089 

1,491 

1,109 

840 

695 

541 

431 

393 

1,267 

722 

406 

433 

270 

146 

119 

85 

42 

34 

112 

34 

11 

7 

11 

2 

5 

1 

3 


$29,609,233 

61,606,438 

62,510,858 

110,765,940 

4,110,110 

82,494,544 

1,322,939 

60,900,278 

24,546,466 

18,794,451 

15,757,542 

12,750,678 

10,607,000 

8, 941, 838 

8,104,208 

6,823,363 

5,860,475 

5,816,372 

22,194,754 

16, 236, 606 

11,311,692 

15,217,414 

12,202,327 

7,993,580 

7,666,825 

6,422,426 

3, 502, 984 

3,132,774 

13,426,084 

5,958,339 

2,522,229 

1,919,186 

4,012,648 

858,492 

2,773,062 

(') 


$38,637,971 

42,284,718 

57,006,674 

83,620,558 

2, 958, 319 

50, 317, 169 

574,046 

24,155,655 

9,326,550 

5,994,214 

4,294,641 

2,985,308 

2, 213, 939 

1,729,278 

1,406,544 

1,075,402 

880,647 

799,352 

2,511,032 

1,406,990 

794,638 

864,267 

497, 16C) 

278,416 

224,049 

163,300 

69,000 

63,200 

194,474 

62,000 

15,296 

8,400 

24,600 

3,000 

4,000 


$1,341,788 
637,875 
2,492,454 
2,062,896 
1,884,794 
2,809,298 
783,691 
2,989,871 
2,123,998 
2,475,180 
2,540,497 
2,487,143 
1,373,809 
1,721,639 
1,955,196 
1,753,051 
1,465,491 
1,494,239 
6,238,194 
6,213,076 
4,195,052 
5, 773, Si2 
5,542,000 
3,117,371 
2,821,611 
2,691,052 
2,179,498 
1,299,729 
6,674,712 
3,211,216 
1,637,142 
1,254,399 
2,101,375 
480,840 
2,646,445 

(2) 








$1,113,962 




$1,113,962 




1,631,734 




1,531,734 




1,787,834 




1,787,834 




$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6, 000 

$6,000 to $7, 000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10, 000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$ll,000to$12,000..«.... 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $00,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150, 000 to $200,000.... 
$200, 000 to $250,000.... 
$250, 000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000.... 
8400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500, 000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$l,000,000to$l,500,000. 
$1,500, 000to$2,000,000 


1,453,872 
810,120 
673,002 
603,411 
585,209 
537,453 
480,469 
443,011 
372,476 
331,593 
337, 103 
1,351,002 
1,010,578 
699,422 
966,619 
727,029 
514,980 
524,970 
405,839 
160,665 
200,687 
799,358 
318,837 
103,272 
74,143 
237, 992 
43,543 
17,296 




1,453,872 

829,014 

729,587 

682,989 

681,400 

638,767 

586,400 

562,816 

490,243 

445,072 

464,894 

1,988,192 

1,686,288 

1,297,952 

2,058,898 

1,864,926 

1,467,881 

1,614,161 

1,474,174 

828,093 

879,511 

4,510,990 

2,489,178 

1,149,038 

803,624 

2,199,570 

481,413 

1,509,171 


$18,894 

55,985 

79,578 

96,251 

101,314 

105,931 

119,805 

117,767 

113,479 

127,791 

637, 190 

674,710 

598,630 

1,092,279 

1,137,897 

952,901 

1,089,181 

1,068,335 

667,628 

678,824 

3,711,632 

2,170,341 

1,045,706 

789,481 

1,961,578 

437,870 

1,491,876 

(==) 


$2,000, 000tO$3,000,000 
















$3,000,000to$4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over. . . 












































Classes grouped 2 




4,538,434 


5,833 


3,606,035 


122,545 


2,620,409 


2,748,954 






Grand total 


185,706 


653,112,589 


337,450,640 


95,077,089 


19,340,526 


23,769,122 


43,109,648 



NEW MEXICO. 



$1,000 to $2,0001.. 
$1,000 to $2,000... 
$2,000 to $3,0001.. 
$2,000 to $3,000... 
$3,000 to 84,0001., 
$3,000 to 84,000... 
84,000 to $5,000 1 . . 
84,000 to $5,000... 
$.5,000 to $6,000... 
$6,000 to $7,000... 
$7,000 to $8,000... 
$S,000 to 89,000... 
$9,000 to 810,000.. 
810,000 to $11,000. 
$11,000 to $12,000. 
$12,000 to $13,000. 
$13,000 to $14,000., 
$14,0f)0 to $15,000., 
$15,000 to $20,000., 
820,000 to $2,5,000., 
$25,000 to $30,000. . 
$30,000 to $40,000. . 
$40,000 to $50,000. 



1,041 

2,932 

2,461 

3,470 

31 

1,626 

12 

902 

196 

114 

72 

48 

29 

20 

15 

12 

16 

7 

30 

18 

8 

11 



$1,519,700 

4, 415, 646 

6, 644, 700 

8,682,698 

104, 700 

5,735,852 

56, 700 

4,086,266 

1,074,256 

736, 345 

531,639 

405. 569 

276; 626 

208, 631 

170,940 

149, 770 

216, 286 

101,613 

531,121 

390, 942 

221, 288 

393, 734 

219, 252 



$2,307,600 

2,977,697 

6,100,000 

6,710,606 

75, 500 

3,591,569 

29,400 

1,940,619 

413, 274 

238,262 

155, 284 

106, 800 

69, 400 

41,233 

32, 550 

24,000 

31,000 

13, 200 

65,000 

37, 200 

15, 600 

19,000 

10,800 



$27,680 

24, 865 

56,716 

97, 183 

30,455 

111,152 

28, 185 

166,909 

69,043 

86,977 

156, 292 

54, 284 

56, 055 

59, 863 

42, 796 

34,946 

57,076 

57, 921 

158, 270 

155,111 

100, 798 

181,805 

50,188 



$83, 240 



114,481 



113,455 



118,606 

37,183 

27,471 

16,778 

19,265 

14,460 

6,520 

8,133 

8,707 

11,623 

4,121 

31,322 

21,790 

11,548 

20,501 

17,622 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
' Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



$691 

2,210 

2,191 

2,691 

2,647 

2,378 

2,520 

2,434 

4,192 

2,386 

15, 295 

14,072 

10,732 

27,064 

19,528 



$83,240 



114.481 



113,455 



118,606 
37,874 
29,681 
17,969 
21,8,56 
17,007 

8,898 
10, 653 
11,141 
15,816 

6,507 
46,617 
35,862 
22,280 
47,565 
37,150 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



67 



TABLE 8— PERSONAIi RETURNS— DISTBIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 

CLASSE.S, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

NEW MEXICO— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$50,000 to 860,000 

$60,000 to $70, 000 

$70,000 to SSO, 000 


2 
2 


$112,018 
129,521 


$4,200 
3,200 


$47,681 
58,861 


$6,719 
7,570 


$14,045 
19,059 


$20,764 
26,629 


$80,000 to $90, 000 

$90,000 to $100,000 


2 


(=) 


(=) 


(^) 


(2) 


(2) 


(^) 


$100,000 to $150,000 


1 


(-) 


{■") 


(^) 




(=) 


C') 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 




$200,000 to $250, 000.... 


1 


(=) 


("-) 


n 




(=) 


(2) 


$250,000 to $300,000 






$300,000 to $400,000 
















$400,000 to $500,000 
















$500,000 to $750,000. . . . 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000 . . 1 














$1 000,000 to $1,500,000. 
















$1,500,000 to $2,000, 000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped ^ 




476,707 


8,000 


470,308 


7,368 


138,407 


145 775 








Grand total 


13,084 


36,591,416 


25,009,884 


2,430,420 


707,483 


282,342 


989,825 



NEW YORK. 



$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

$.3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 I 

S4;000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

.$10,000 to $11,000 

311,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50 ,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80 ,000 

$80,000 to $90 ,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 

$200 ,000 to $250,000 

$250,000 to $300,000. . . . 

$300,000 to $400,000 

$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500 ,000 to 8750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over. . . . 
Classes grouped ^ 



42,043 

148,773 

41,349 

122,382 

2,224 

75,141 

975 

41,351 

18,233 

11,889 

8,430 

5,940 

5,009 

3,713 

3,137 

2,653 

2,110 

1, 809 

6,694 

3,821 

2,5C6 

3,113 

1,804 

1,064 

750 

483 

368 

281 

806 

317 

140 



Grand total 559, 753 2,719,713,784 



$62,452,928 

217,717,478 
93,828,828 

312,275,738 
7,494,191 

261,508,693 
4,321,516 

188,748,365 
99,603,900 
76,968,660 
63,021,893 
50,384,567 
47,482,205 
39, 114, 540 
36,080,599 
33,153,731 
28,618,172 
27,572,795 

116,094,889 
85,619,824 
68,522,752 

107,443,053 
81,048,487 
58,835,912 
48,678,247 
36, 141, 899 
31,219,967 
26,743,436 
98,011,103 
54,897,334 
31, 271, 410 
25,922,591 
28,952,866 
22, 675, 234 
36, 830, 829 
13,996,246 
16. 795, 981 
19; 579, 422 
22, 107, 241 
(*) 
(}) 
(=) 
37,976,262 



•?S0,974,106 

152,146,910 

99, 759, 263 

227,585,949 

4,886,553 

154,513,816 

1, 688, 100 

84, 708, 546 

36, 332, 773 

23,422,928 

16,565,277 

11,444,859 

9,660,734 

7,039,228 

5,955,431 

4,969,188 

4,009,697 

3,634,566 

12,483,230 

7,039,136 

4, 504, 977 

5,955,532 

3, 277, 535 

1,904,603 

1,342,457 

850,683 

658, 932 

497,012 

1,418,618 

516,300 

237,231 

149, 800 

134,840 

79,580 

79,000 

18,400 

15,400 

12,400 

7,400 

1,000 



$3, 595, 832 

2, 497, 429 

6, 150, 443 

5,374,569 

3,859,155 

8,560,094 

3,488,965 

11,035,967 

15,057,046 

10,986,528 

10,318,580 

9,306,154 

9,-325,980 

10,899,070 

8, .375, 154 

7,746,188 

7,052,504 

7,254,038 

32,082,669 

26,646,489 

22, 566, 820 

37,977,351 

31,715,392 

23,968,908 

20,599,928 

15, 501, 383 

13, 921, 593 

10, 938, 121 

44,337,289 

30,278,679 

16,395,499 

15,228,072 

15, 871, 193 

13, 402, 360 

25, 135, 742 

11,456,750 

11,6.33,990 

12,618,345 

18,268,311 

(2) 

(^) 

m 

40,290,728 



$3,841,335 



4,862,911 
'6,'ii4,"765 



5,567,166 
3,380,907 
2,848,267 
2, 726, 291 
2,408,221 
2,955,651 
1,882,378 
2,055,808 
1,971,086 
1,711,435 
1,685,626 
7,344,026 
5,647,274 
4,658,322 
7,229,897 
5, 483, 772 
3,998,469 
3,211,621 
2,417,705 
1, 975, 718 
1, 775, 381 
6, 243, 743 
3,115,472 
1,901,544 
1,428,788 
1, 704, 130 
1,190,771 
1, 578, 598 
340, 382 
788, 306 
1,007,068 
569,930 
(») 
(}) 
(2) 
3,200 



970,481,990 631,719,308 107,625,964 246,637,453 354,253,417 



$85,883 

222,030 

329,015 

380,017 

467, 268 

487,690 

528,977 

572,048 

556,302 

602,697 

3,343,714 

3, 541, 281 

3,645,004 

7,603,686 

7, 732, 487 

7,309,125 

7, 051, 260 

6,101,486 

6,025,017 

5, 752, 745 

27,981,925 

19,379,758 

13, 205, 787 

11,261,600 

13, 715, 508 

11,470,298 

20,038,353 

7,141,797 

9,986,238 

11,928,746 

13, 771, 326 

24,418,385 



$3,841,335 
'"4,"862,'9ii 



6,114,765 



5,567,166 

3,466,790 

3,070,297 

3,055,306 

2,788,238 

3,422,919 

2,370,068 

2,584,785 

2,543,134 

2,267,737 

2, 288, 323 

10,687,740 

9, 188, 555 

8, 303, .326 

14,833,583 

13, 216, 259 

11,307,594 

10, 262, 881 

8,519,191 

8,000,735 

7,528,126 

34,225,668 

22, 495, 230 

15, 107, 331 

12,690,388 

15,419,638 

12,661,069 

21,616,951 

7, 482, 179 

10, 764, 544 

12, 935, 814 

14,341,256 

{■") 

(») 

24, 421, 585 



I Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
' Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of taxpayer. 



68 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



NORTH CABOIjINA. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

S3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12, 000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to $.30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000 


1, 536 

2,360 

5,922 

3,748 

496 

2,638 

171 

1,561 

769 

521 

425 

293 

220 

150 

122 

97 

70 

71 

217 

111 

55 

64 

36 

18 

13 

11 

13 

9 

14 

3 

1 


$1,888,024 
3, 504, 441 
14,344,033 
9,465,147 
1,738,224 
9, 165, 710 

774,380 
6,993,726 
4,191,212 
3,368,215 
3,239,317 
2,483,715 
2,093,007 
1,575,283 
1,399,923 
1,214,892 

942,361 
1,028,757 
3, 781, 115 
2,444,908 
l,483,a36 
2,282,531 
1,609,227 

962, 382 

831,983 

810,554 
1,099,627 

852, 654 
1,640,680 

(^) 

(2) 


$2,840,000 

2,419,905 

14,805,400 

7,271,711 

1,230,200 

5, 762, 139 

422,600 

3,428,081 

1,667,962 

1,160,309 

978, 471 

643,585 

472, 643 

332, 116 

262,490 

210,513 

152,583 

149,600 

468, 560 

232,313 

105,528 

131,620 

80,600 

35, 400 

26, 600 

20,800 

25,200 

19,600 

28, 133 


$120,114 
72,938 
780,961 
144,348 
602,064 
427,053 
391,390 
569,047 
709,099 
603, 893 
608,292 
533,900 
588,057 
356,379 
335,283 
362,413 
520,007 
427, 855 
1,384,192 
1,058,677 
695,542 
1,094,651 
766,048 
389,668 
336,249 
433,057 
294,543 
293, 155 
692, 817 








$6:3, 173 




$63,173 




122,636 




122,636 






182,215 




182,215 






184,586 
118,575 
104, Oil 
102,021 
93, 549 
80,633 
78,776 
72, 152 
56,996 
45, 710 
44,536 
193,255 
110,404 
67, 533 
119,985 
93, 886 
59,708 
54, 190 
42,213 
90,377 
63,058 
103, 297 

(2) 





184,586 


$3,7i2 
9,726 
16,241 
17,080 
19,618 
18,226 
20,972 
20,644 
17,723 
22,255 
99, 581 
99, 359 
68, 160 
148,673 
140,140 
106,842 
117,881 
121,563 
213,294 
189,017 
439, 102 
(2) 
(2) 


122,287 
113,737 
118,262 
110,629 
100,251 
97,002 
93,124 
77,640 
63,433 
66,791 
292,836 
209,763 
135,693 
268,658 
234,026 
166,550 
172,071 
163,776 
303,671 
252,075 
542,399 


$300,000 to $400,000 . 
















$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000 . 


2 


(') 


{') 


(2) 


(2) 


C^) 


{') 


$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to$l,500,000. 


1 


(2) 


(=) 


(2) 


(2) 


(^) 


(=) 


$1,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped ^ 




2,538,947 


12,000 


1,657,009 


108, 420 


1,209,297 


1,317,717 






Grand total 


21,738 


89,748,811 


45,397,662 


17,248,711 


2,455,895 


3,119,106 


5,575,001 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



$1,000 to $2 ,0001.. 
$1,000 to $2 ,000... 
$2 ,000 to S3 ,0001.. 
S2,000to$3,000... 
$3,000toS4,000i.. 
$3 .000 to $4 ,000... 
$4 ,000 to 85 ,0001.. 
$4,0U0to$5,000... 
$5 ,000 to $0,000... 
$6 ,000 to $7 ,000... 
$7,000 to $8,000... 
$8,000to$9,000... 
$9,000 to $10,000.. 
$10,000 to $11,000. 
$ll,000to$12,000. 
812/)00to$13,000. 
$13,000 to $14,000. 
$14 ,1)00 to $15,000. 
$15,000 to $20,000. 
$20,000 to $25,000. 
$2."),n0O to $30,000. 
$30,000 to $40,000. 
$40,000 to $50,000. 



3,967 

3,769 

6,494 

5,077 

456 

3,930 

83 

2,195 

1,318 

677 

358 

211 

170 

84 

63 

54 

43 

32 

70 

37 

10 

15 

5 



$5,848,301 

5,489,688 

16,062,378 

12,638,972 

1,584,818 

13,!U6,744 

367,154 

9,821,805 

7,315,705 

4,364,604 

2,656,179 

1,781,803 

1,008,717 

012,698 

722, 066 

077, 963 

580,087 

461,938 

1,195,736 

829, 205 

268, 992 

026,682 



$8,914,490 

3,821,313 

16,100,340 

9,297,633 

1,457,220 

8, 760, 876 

241,330 

4,836,248 

3,182,071 

1,638,597 

852, 285 

477,777 

395, 554 

192,609 

148, 135 

119,200 

97,650 

74,050 

148,333 

76,600 

18,800 

29,835 



$245, 8S4 
40,055 
704,459 
221,376 
424,930 
282, 103 
134,837 
440, 586 
257,081 
153,607 
162,306 
150, 803 
126,970 
86,623 
108, 949 
80, 657 
84,652 
83,529 
288, 968 
209,118 
120,623 
134,218 



$'J9, 747 
'266,"3i4' 



266,613 



270,098 

229, 583 

156, 528 

116,419 

92,392 

91,100 

57,374 

44,440 

44,845 

37,074 

31,777 

73,268 

55,981 

17,503 

34,770 



$5,625 
12,051 
13,056 
12,664 
14,954 
14,919 
10,168 
10,221 
10,840 
9,961 
35, 732 
33,138 
13,354 
35,926 



' iVontaxablo. Personal exemption and dividemis exceed net income. 
■^ Class es grouped to conceal net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF Il^TCOME. 



69 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 

CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

MORTH DAKOTA— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 


Surtax. 


Tolal 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


tax. 


$50,000 to 860 ,000 

860 ,000 to $70 ,000 

$70 000 to $80 000 


1 






(2) 




(2) 


r-) 
(2) 


880 000 to $90 000 ' 










$30 000 to 8100,000 . 1 - 








. . 1 


$100,000 to $150,000 












$150 000 to $200 000 












$200 000 to $250,000 












$250 ,000 1 $300 ,000. . . 








1 


$300 000 to 8400 000 










1 


$400 000 to $500 000 












1 


$500 000 to $750 ,000 












1 . . . 


$750 000 to $1,000,000 . 


' 












$1 ,000 ,000 1 $1 ,500 ,000 . 














SI 500 000to82 000 000 














$2 000 000 to S3 ,000 ,000 


: 








1 


83 000 000 to 84 ,000 ,000 












1 


S4,000,000to$5,000,000. 














85 000,000 and over . 














Classes grouped 2 




$354,120 


$12,800 


$106,860 


$26,5o4 


$40, %5 I $67,519 








Grand total 


29, 120 


89,586,415 


60,893,746 


4,649,194 


1,946,380 


273,574 2,219,954 



OHIO. 



81 000 to $2 000 1 


32,022 

71,187 

47,735 

70,002 

2,417 

38,578 

1,096 

18,412 

6,590 

4,053 

2,635 

1,890 

1,485 

1,125 

864 

768 

563 

559 

1,703 

890 

575 

676 

340 

211 

135 

81 

63 

55 

104 

37 

22 

5 

20 

5 

10 

1 

1 


848,855,020 

99,520,175 

108,997,360 

171,032,802 

8,052,511 

128,451,136 

4,889,041 

79,105,975 

35,556,949 

26,240,007 

19,779,445 

16,057,201 

14,244,415 

11,802,133 

9,929,210 

9,568,473 

7,650,388 

8,113,828 

29,357,039 

19,809,714 

15,714,783 

23,165,436 

15,097,826 

11,537,689 

8,864,044 

0,059,475 

.5,438,065 

5,194,179 

12,474,814 

6,354,142 

4,744,066 

1,348,470 

6,904,575 

2,284,420 

6,184,911 


$64,111,126 

70,390,948 

118,004,586 

131,971,321 

5,582,580 

80,597,349 

2,118,990 

38,008,701 

13,780,673 

8,430,664 

5,341,810 

3,794,235 

3,015,297 

2,238,103 

1,702,058 

1,467,452 

1,186,574 

1,181,228 

3,447,698 

1,785,632 

1,167,966 

1,260,582 

684,323 

400,066 

260,000 

157,600 

117,100 

100, 466 

198, 400 

64,400 

39,000 

8,000 

25,000 

(1, eoo 

13,800 

(-) 


82,425,808 
615,611 
5,577,401 
1,846,336 
3,. 524, 620 
3,488,784 
3,254,032 
4,765,071 
2,436,173 
5,702,767 
4,482,954 
4,501,513 
3,635,191 
3,293,008 
3,200,927 
3,249,490 
2,587,088 
2,895,376 
9,924,189 
8,468,088 
7,654,048 
9,261,598 
8,348,106 
6,859,449 
5,296,250 
4,272,508 
3,025,100 
3,283,893 
8,156,827 
4,200,714 
3,464,240 
851,951 
3,941,960 
1,643,634 
2,835,437 

(2) 

(^) 








$l',000to82',000 

$2 000 to $3 000 ' 


81,725,284 




$1,725,284 




$2^000 to 83,000 

$3,000 to 84,0001 

83 000 to 81 000 


2,233,293 




2,233,293 






2,745,162 




2 745,162 


84'000 to $5^000 1 

$4 000 to $5 000.. 






2,195,602 

1,080,023 
870, 748 
642,960 
531,596 
526,906 
.546, 494 
461,195 
453,645 
387, 154 
422,877 

1,432,342 
988,995 
790,026 

1,272,057 

733,592 

520,417 

401,518 

2.-)2,558 

245,006 

233,527 

.565,772 

264,943 

183,050 

57,657 

585, 191 

75,804 

396,023 

(■) 




2 195,002 


85',000to86',000 

86,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to 88,000 

$8,C00 to 89,000 

89,000 to 810,000 

$10,000 to 811,000 

811,000 to $12,000 

812,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

814,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20, 000 

820,000 to 825,000 

825,000 to8 30, 000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

840,000 to $.50,000 

850,000 to 860,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to 880,000 

880,000 to 890,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to 8250,000.... 
8250,000 to $300,000.... 
8300,000 to 8400,000.... 
8400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to 8750,000.... 
$750,000 to 81,000,000.. 
81,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to 82,000,000. 


825,944 

72,447 

103,499 

119,623 

158,296 

147,221 

144,592 

160,983 

1.52,235 

223,441 

845,655 

804,672 

832,805 

1,610,443 

1,441,856 

1,356,488 

1,250,060 

1,016,358 

1,030,432 

1,090,220 

3,4.56,921 

2,215,244 

1,816,501 

596, 158 

3,257,930 

1,131,053 

3,393,445 

(2) 

<}) 


1,105,967 

943, 195 

746,459 

651,219 

685,202 

693,715 

605,787 

614,628 

5.39,389 

646,318 

2,277,997 

1,793,667 

1,622,831 

2,882,500 

2,175,448 

1,876,905 

1,051,568 

1,208,916 

1,275,438 

1,323,747 

4,022,693 

2,480,187 

1,999,551 

0,53,815 

3,843,127 

1,206,917 

3,789,468 

(2) 


82,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000 . 
















$4,000,000 to 85,000,000 . 
















$5,000,000 and over 




















4,934,715 


3,800 


5,088,460 


14,272 


2,879,985 


2,894,257 






Grand total 


306,918 


993,314,432 


562,664,128 


158,058,597 


23,835,749 


31,334,503 


55,170,252 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



70 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— D I STRIBTJTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

OKIiAHOMA. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 

tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 


5,326 

6,897 

7, 585 

9,834 

393 

6,616 

197 

4,491 

1,721 

1,010 

613 

424 

304 

213 

170 

146 

107 

91 

257 

142 

81 

95 

46 

14 

10 

8 

5 

3 

7 

7 

2 


$8,586,283 

9,774,376 

17,843,614 

25,077,013 

1,302,225 

23,023,366 

890,204 

19,861,531 

9, 413, 405 

6,538,268 

4,572,402 

3,594,700 

2,885,495 

2,239,654 

1,956,551 

1,822,615 

1,450,3.89 

1,319,008 

4,392,998 

3, 160, 410 

2,206,685 

3,204,903 

2,0.50,688 

758,970 

667,885 

598, 898 

437,091 

285,520 

935,846 

1, 102, 680 


$12,478,988 

6,962,386 

20,111,107 

19,404,092 

1, 198, 650 

14,481,807 

493,529 

9,440,723 

3,673,581 

2,165,006 

1,293,157 

886,106 

658,014 

440,064 

374,064 

309,350 

229,984 

183,456 

522,388 

288, 850 

162, 533 

197,017 

88,200 

27, 600 

21,200 

14,000 

6,400 

7,200 

13, 800 

13, ,800 

(2) 


$76,203 
54,714 
345,015 
227,615 
179,739 
355,672 
602,587 
534,730 
592,345 
528,637 
530,532 
476,079 
355,475 
335, 832 
464, 628 
236,928 
219,851 
182,031 
1,113,133 
603,2.51 
487, 171 
612,707 
.593,026 
208,310 
220,153 
270,343 
196,285 
183,596 
308, 656 
824,593 
(2) 








$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 


$181,861 




$181,861 




339,413 




339,413 




$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 


491, 548 




491,548 




$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 tO.$ll,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to .$25,000 

$25,000 to $.30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $.50,000 

$.50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

.$70,000 to $,80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $1.50,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $2.50,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 


592,228 

322, 197 

258, 460 

206, 665 

181,^96 

160,139 

127,152 

135,474 

121,376 

95,141 

91,026 

283,638 

237,306 

171,0.89 

260,937 

156,687 

72,280 

53, 109 

40,914 

23, 803 

12,247 

69,733 

49,689 




592, 22J 
329,10b 
276, 873 
229,521 
212,207 
1.87,478 
153,365 
166,291 
151,763 
123, 468 
119, 126 
401,647 
3.59,907 
285,436 
475,434 
356,473 
162,447 
162,092 
133,576 
112,897 
65, 151 
316, 782 
3.56,768 


$6, 909 

18,413 

22,856 

30,211 

27,339 

26,213 

30, 817 

30,387 

28,327 

28,100 

118,009 

122,601 

114,347 

214,497 

199, 786 

90,167 

108,983 

92, 662 

89,094 

52,904 

247,049 

307,079 

(2) 


$300,000 to $100,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 


2 


n 


(2) 


(2) 


(^) 


r-) 


(=) 


$500,000 to $7.50,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 


1 


(2) 


(2) 


(=) 


(2) 


(=) 


n 


$1,000,000 to $1,-500,000. 
















$1,500,000 to$2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over.. . . 

















Classes grouped 2 




1,724,626 


9,400 


687,931 


113,595 


792,827 


906,422 








Grand total 


46,818 


163,678,297 


96,1.56,4.52 


12,607,768 


4,849,703 


2,799,577 


7,649,280 



OREGON. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 


2,645 


$4,074,995 


$5,398,220 


$38,038 








$1,000 to $2,000 


9,687 


14,211,893 


9,829,525 


51,476 


$260,687 




$260,687 


$2,000 to .$3,000 1 


4,349 


9,732,559 


10,615,364 


248,488 








.$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 


7,587 

150 

4,461 


18,900,690 

522,310 

15,299,200 


13,780,974 

349,527 

9,271,140 


147, 744 
219,847 
328,889 


302,260 




302, 260 






$3,000 to $4,000 


351,807 




351,807 


$4,000 to $5,000 1 


40 

2,389 

898 


174, 109 
10,618,326 
4,924,337 


89,946 
4,900,201 

1,898,878 


87,697 
302,824 
443,210 








$4 ,000 to .$.5,000 


322,873 
160,493 




322, 873 


$5,000 to $6,000 


$3,821 


164,314 


$6,000 to $7,000 


566 


3,654,494 


1,207,882 


370,984 


139,741 


10,852 


141,593 


$7,000 to $8,000 


372 


2,778,489 


762, 248 


319,073 


127,905 


14,258 


142,163 


$8,000 to $9,000 


276 


2, ,335, 935 


.591,825 


244,893 


119,924 


17, 163 


137,087 


$9,000 to $10,000 


206 


1,948, .508 


445,638 


221,852 


109,026 


17,513 


126,539 


$10,000 to $11, 000 


140 


1,465,386 


299,332 


275,730 


7,5,948 


17,683 


93,631 


$11,000 to $12,000 


111 


1,277,208 


233,114 


221,149 


77, .532 


18,228 


95,760 


$12,000 to $13,000 


101 


1,256,694 


203,099 


185,227 


83, 106 


22,777 


105,883 


$13,000 to $14,000 


70 


943, 288 


153,317 


182,025 


,59,616 


18,287 


77,903 


114,000 to $15,000 


83 


1,200,196 


178,906 


217,852 


78, 807 


21,693 


100,500 


$15,000 to $20,000 


185 


3,213,952 


383,500 


846,880 


203,774 


91,995 


295,769 


$20,000 to $25,000 


97 


2,144,205 


198, .569 


630, 184 


138, 286 


85,945 


224,231 


$2.5,000 to .$30,000 


51 


1,402,920 


104, 200 


328,511 


103,993 


71,417 


175,410 


$30,000 to $40,000 


43 


1,469,818 


91,683 


594, 119 


82,313 


101,128 


183,441 


$40,000 to $50,000 


25 


1,122,360 


51,400 


259,395 


91,098 


108,288 


199,386 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



71 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shotving for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

OREGON— Continued. 



Income class. 



$50,000 to $60,000 

$00,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to 3 100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to 8750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$l,000,000to$l,500,000. 
$1,500,000 to$2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000 to $4 ,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to$5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over.... 
Classes grouped 2 



Grand total 34,592 



Num- 
ber of 
returns. 



Net 
income. 



$873, 835 
500,2^3 
374,588 
666,492 
374,348 
1,165,578 
C-) 

(') 



(2) 



2,973,428 



111,601,050 



Exemptions from 
normal tax. 



Personal 
exemption. 



$29, 
15, 
10, 
14, 

is! 

(2) 
(') 



{') 



19, 600 



Dividends. 



$458, 755 
208,954 

60, 230 
233,479 
143,041 
372.554 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 



m 



1,014,124 



61,154,488 9,257,224 



Normal 
tax. 



$52,404 
26,098 
35, 206 
35, 614 
25,997 
94, 157 

(2) 



C) 



230,974 



3,380,639 



Surtax. 



$100, 209 
63, 746 
64, 655 

128,365 
77, 562 

249,692 

{') 



(2) 



1,364,071 



2,669,348 



Total 
tax. 



$152,613 
89,844 
99, 861 
163, 979 
103,559 
343,849 



{') 



1,595,045 



6,049,987 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,0001 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 1 

$3,000 to $4,000 

£4,000 to $5,0001 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6 ,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11 ,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,0C0 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25 ,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $.50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90, 000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to $300,000.... 
$300,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500,000 to $750,000.... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 
$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 
.'M,500,C0O to $2,000,000. 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
$3,000,000to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000to $5,000,000. 
¥5,000,000 and over.... 
Classes grouped '- 



58, 791 

141,452 

53,652 

122,652 

1,978 

62, 758 

1,011 

34,414 

10,487 

6, 189 

4,055 

2,955 

2,346 

1,839 

1,533 

1,230 

1,060 

902 

2,908 

1,628 

1,033 

1,270 

692 

443 

264 

218 

140 

125 

332 

121 

57 

47 

29 

14 

24 

11 

2 
1 
1 



$89,407,815 

205,126,708 

122,389,640 

305,032,258 

6,682,966 

215,480,671 

4,500,203 

153,481,327 

57,495,261 

40,082,792 

30,356,530 

2,5,053,129 

22,313,216 

19,288,619 

17,687,760 

15,383,698 

14,356,626 

13,077,008 

51,256,633 

36, .349, 1.52 

28,282,444 

43,913.460 

31,147,901 

24,302,357 

17,108,953 

16,288,583 

12,047,646 

11,767,154 

39,862.251 

20,647,596 

12,759,096 

12, 798, 196 

10,165,128 

6,421,720 

14,810,992 

9,274,503 

5,640,899 

(2) 

(2) 

(2) 



8, 742, 236 



Grand total 518,729 1,770,848,133 923,538,431 271,183,035 




7,400 6,728,344 



$3,696,692 



4,346,234 



4,500,439 



3,831,331 

1,836,6.54 

1,324,522 

1,253,090 

1,127,290 

1,09.5,105 

993,524 

985,427 

8.59,088 

808, 853 

751, 501 

3,085,578 

2,086,764 

1.748,368 

2, 595, 272 

1,97.5,587 

1,393,905 

1,093,438 

967, 328 

766, 137 

637, 177 

2,504,784 

1,220,064 

840,610 

942, 167 

582. 381 

234, 583 

566, 946 

339, 708 

337,645 

(2) 



(2) 



367,058 



51,701,2,50 



113,608 

160,027 

188,412 

222,699 

227,337 

269,469 

259,900 

280, 702 

318, 270 

1,593,511 

1,768,987 

1,524,766 

3, 108, 562 

2,962,417 

2, 877, 249 

2,442,329 

2, 757, 368 

2,354,274 

2,517,204 

11, 209, 907 

7, 130, 987 

5,933,127 

5,668,019 

4,870,608 

3, 290, 924 

7,973,813 

5, 288, 334 

3,309,219 



i? 



$3,696,692 
'"4,"346,'234 



4, ,506, 439 



3,831,331 
1,878,252 
1,438,130 
1,413,117 
1,315,702 
1,317,804 
1, 220, 861 
1, 254, 896 
1,118,988 
1,089, .555 
1,069,771 
4,679,089 
3, .855, 751 
3, 273, 134 
5,703,834 
4,938,004 
4, 271, 154 
3,535,767 
3, 724, 696 
3,120,411 
3, 154, 381 
13,714,691 
8,351,051 
6, 773, 737 
6,610,186 
5,452,989 
3, 525, 507 
8, 540, 759 
5,628,042 
3,646,864 

b) 
(4 



5,416,493 5.783,551 



86,080,120 137,781,370 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net Income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



72 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL KETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



RHODE I SLANT*. 









Exempt 


ons from 










Num- 
ber of 
returns. 




normal tax. 








Income class. 


Net 
income. 






Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to S2,000i 

$1,000 to 82,000 

$2,000 to S3,000» 


4 517 


16,795,372 
12,387,419 

9,725,342 
14,356,423 

1,074,714 

12,552,814 

779, 892 

7,764,154 

3,589,985 


S8, 610, 578 


$407,067 
175, 857 








8' 809 


8,421,653 


.<S228, 092 




$228,092 


4,' 285 

5,937 

321 

3,675 


10,192,075 

9,804,861 

655, 306 

7, 033, 462 


889,086 
446,565 
540,802 
706, 793 






$2,000 to $3,000 


248,694 




248,694 


$3,000 to $4,0001 






$3,000to $4,000 


291,371 




291,371 


$4,000 to $5,000 » 


177 

1,737 

647 


273, 193 
3,467,142 
1, 283, 952 


634,546 
703,482 
792, 168 








$4,000tO $5,000.. 


218,190 
104,011 




218,190 
107,361 


$5,000 to $6, 000 


$3,350 


$6,000 to $7,000 


479 


3,115,829 


915,294 


659,068 


99,058 


9,217 


108,275 


$7,000 to $8,000 


327 


2,448,157 


627,513 


638, 916 


88, 735 


13,127 


101,862 


$8,000 to $9,000 


244 


2,079,297 


461,916 


523,497 


94,545 


16,230 


110,775 


$9,000 to $10, 000 


203 


1,919,227 


376,059 


595,510 


78,547 


18,586 


97,133 


$10, 000 to $11, 000 


167 


1, 749, 086 


309,558 


534,484 


80,753 


21,409 


102,162 


$11,000 to $12,000 


130 


1,495,338 


229,633 


521,920 


66,010 


21, 993 


88,009 


$12,000to $13,000 


124 


1,546,420 


227,867 


518,595 


72,928 


26,367 


99,295 


$13,000 to $14,000 


109 


1,470,305 


192,933 


585, 955 


01,137 


28,255 


92,392 


$14,000 to $15,000 


92 


1,314,942 


174, 400 


483,043 


60,278 


28,207 


88,485 


$15,000 to $20, 000 


274 


4,741,323 


517,503 


1,728,554 


217,2:5 


137,271 


384,516 


$20, 000 to $25,000 


185 


4,149,310 


327,335 


1,969,632 


191,718 


168, 815 


360,533 


$25,000 to $30, 000 


104 


2,821,512 


185,036 


1,526,436 


125,802 


151,406 


277,208 


$30.000to $40,000 


111 


3, 844, 627 


199, 449 


2,238,289 


177,174 


278, 962 


456,136 


$40,000 to $50, 000 


83 


3,668,174 


135, 433 


2,001,037 


167, 483 


348, 107 


515,590 


$50,000 to $60,000 


37 


2,051,626 


61,379 


1,227,995 


109,086 


248, 922 


358,608 


$60,000 to $70,000 


21 


1,342,016 


38,000 


772,499 


61,706 


194,548 


256,254 


$70,000 to $80, 000 


29 


2, 150, 920 


50,400 


1,028,060 


121,868 


358, 796 


483,664 


$80,000 to $90,000 


17 


1,435,107 


27,800 


718, 108 


83,212 


282,696 


365,908 


$90,000 to $100,000 


12 


1, 128, 449 


13,200 


809,989 


42,667 


246,521 


289,188 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 


27 


3, 147, 682 


35,400 


1,829,644 


152, 193 


859, 764 


1,011,957 


$150,000 to $200, 000.... 


22 


3,685,415 


32,804 


2,549,229 


132,045 


1,295,586 


1,427,631 


$200,000to $250,000.... 


6 


1,290,661 


11,600 


424, 861 


100,440 


519,422 


619,862 


$250,000to $300,000.... 
















$300,000 to $100,000.... 


5 


1,694,533 


8,200 


1,078,005 


70,318 


798,052 


868,370 


$400,000 to $500,000.... 


1 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


$500,000 to 8750,000.... 


2 


(') 


(^ 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


0) 


$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 


4 


(■') 


(2) 


C-) 


C-) 


(2) 


(2) 


$l,000,000to$l,o00,000. 


1 


C) 


(2) 


(■•') 


m 


(^) 


(=) 


$l,500,000to82,000,000. 
















$2,000,000to$3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000to$4,000,000. 
















$4,000 OOOtoSS 000 000 
















$5,000,000 and over.... 
















Classes grouped - 




6,314,179 


12, 400 


3,514,072 


401,723 


3,453,522 


3,855,245 








Grand total 


32,921 


129,630,322 


54,946,334 


33,834,964 


3,983,6.35 


9,529,131 


13,512,766 






SOU 


TH CAR 


OL.INA. 








$1,000 to $2,000 1 . .. 


1,057 


$1,758,815 


$2,335,502 


$60, 260 








$1,000 to $2,000 


2,821 


4,267,116 


2,852,715 


59,686 


$82,884 




$82,884 


$2,000 to $3,000 1 


4,075 


9,479,092 


10,594,727 


228,983 








$2,000 to $3,000 


4,051 


10,213,029 


7,487,673 


169,591 


154,466 




154, 466 


$3,000 to $4,000 1 


347 


1,146,414 


1,037,504 


248,056 








$3,000 to $4,000 


2,938 


10,131,713 


6 398,406 


307, 043 


206, 525 




206, 525 


$4,000 to $5,000 1 


51 
1,946 


229, 821 
8,733,160 


105,092 
4,344,170 


163.994 
455, 286 








$4,000 to $5,000 


238, 142 




238, 142 


$5,000 to $6,000 


844 


4,587,429 


1,837,536 


430,809 


148,411 


$3,456 


151,867 


$6,000 to $7,000 


583 


3,763,970 


1,285,312 


462,002 


130, 768 


8,967 


139,735 


$7,000 to $8,000 


388 


2,886,303 


880,596 


326, 450 


121,208 


14,055 


135,263 


«8,(XJ0 to $9,000 


251 


2,122,126 


542, 664 


422,978 


94,588 


15, 182 


109,770 


$9,(X)0 to $10,000 


203 


1,922,858 


453,012 


298,098 


97,936 


18, 047 


115,983 


$10,000 to $11,000 


109 


1,115.088 


232,966 


188,241 


61,292 


12,975 


74,267 


$11,000 to $12,000 


90 


1,032,521 


194,682 


171,550 


60, 580 


14,542 


75, 122 


$12,000 to $13,000 


70 


874, 523 


163,484 


155. 809 


52, 131 


13,198 


65,329 


$13,000 to $14,000 


54 


729, 692 


114,316 


185, 572 


41,522 


14,289 


55,811 


$14,000 to $15,003 


44 


637,584 


103,400 


137,477 


38, 656 


14,040 


52,696 


$15,000 to $20,000 


139 


2,386,641 


293, 855 


548,261 


155, 226 


64,115 


219,341 


$20,000 to $25,000 


74 


1,647,566 


144,181 


504, ,532 


102, 409 


65, 914 


168,323 


$25,(W0 to $30,000 


40 


1,083,107 


84,257 


335, 546 


68,922 


55, 723 


124,645 


$30,000 to $40,000 


34 


1,194,105 


58,400 


603, 142 


73,979 


84,384 


158,363 


$40,000 to $50,000 


9 


405, 145 


18,200 


206,689 


18, 098 


39, 908 


58,606 



' Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 
2 (Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS or IlSrCOME. 



73 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOliIE, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

SOUTH CAROIjINA— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 

tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000. 


6 
5 
5 


$322,502 
325,757 
361,066 


$10,800 
8,600 
12,500 


8180,282 
215,502 
181,328 


$15,300 
11,121 
19, 050 


$35,829 
48, 425 
57,663 


$51,129 
59,546 
76, 713 


890,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000 . . 


3 
2 






m 
m 




(2) 




$200 000 to $250 000 
















$250 000 to $300,000 
















8300,000 to $400,000. .. 
















$400,000 to $500,000. .. 
















$500 000 to 8750 000 . 
















8750 000 to $1,000 000. 
















$1,000,000 to $1,500,000 
















$1,500,000 to $2,000,000 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 






























$5,000,000 and over 




















498, 199 


11,883 


115,428 


43,306 


114,761 


158, 067 








Grand total 


20,239 


73,855,345 


41,606,433 


7,362,595 


2,037,120 


695,473 


2,732,59 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 

$1,000 to $2,000 

82,000 to $3,0001 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $1,0001 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 1 

$4,000 to 85,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

820,000 to $25 ,000 

$25,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

860,000 to $70,000 

870 000tO$80,000 . . 


3,679 

5,316 

6,014 

9,620 

424 

9,005 

71 

5,916 

2,276 

1,474 

648 

325 

223 

122 

70 

56 

56 

40 

99 

20 

21 

16 

• 5 

4 

3 


85,932,033 

7,815,777 

13,955,381 

24,601,872 

1,384,818 

31,417,886 

307, 154 

26,419,366 

12,514,164 

9,490,080 

4,856,122 

2,739,266 

2,111,908 

1,271,603 

802,933 

699,200 

753, 187 

580, 523 

1,707,023 

435, 754 

566,645 

555, 046 

218,029 

224, 293 

(2) 


88,233,885 

5,310,888 

15, 842, 340 

18, 026, 719 

1,347,080 

19,983,655 

184,310 

13,665,366 

5,374,969 

3, 662, 726 

1,569,731 

785, 176 

523, 083 

289, 733 

163 400 

122, 699 

121, 683 

92,683 

225, 781 

44,600 

43, 566 

35, 800 

8,800 

8,400 

(=) 


844, 884 

22,835 

184, 459 

179,299 

194,930 

530, 750 

125,043 

338, 780 

404,292 

194,338 

210, 353 

188, 431 

113,200 

84,957 

76, 546 

71,690 

112, 444 

114, 186 

313, 144 

165, 290 

133, 416 

189,812 

70,587 

121,259 








$146,645 




$146,645 




390,853 




390,853 






670,824 




670, 824 






749.076 

409, 520 

344, 574 

218, 972 

144,991 

131, 403 

79, 629 

52, 915 

47, 538 

50,909 

36,341 

115,707 

23, 464 

41, 601 

.35,297 

15, 696 

10, 721 




749, 076 


S9, 292 
22, 349 
24, 035 
20, 472 
19,970 
15, 137 
11, 657 
10, 991 
14, 475 
12, 778 
46,210 
16, 840 
26, 553 
35,165 
19, 129 
28,172 
(2) 


418,812 

366,923 

243,007 

165, 463 

151,373 

94, 766 

64,572 

58,529 

65, 384 

49, 119 

161,917 

40,304 

68, 154 

70, 462 

34, 825 

38, 893 


880,000 to $90,000 

890,000 to $100,000 


2 


(^) 


i') 


C-) 


(') 


(=) 


C-) 


$100,000 to 8150,000 ... 














$150 000 to $200,000 














$200,000 to $230,000 














$250,000 to $300,000. . . . 


1 










$300 000 to $400,000. . . 










$400,000 to S500,000 






1 






$500,000 to $750,000 














$750 000 to $1,000,000. 


1 










81,000,000tO$l, 500,000. 












81,500,000tO$2,000,000. 














82,000,000tO$3,000,000. 














$3,000,000to$4,000,000. 














$4,000,000to$5,000,000. 














$5 ,000,000 and over 


1 .. . 












Classes grouped ^ 




365,423 


11,400 


89,345 


25,832 


63,506 


89,338 








Grand total 


45,505 


1,51,725,486 


95,678,473 


4,274,270 


3, 742, SOS 


396, 731 


4,139,239 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



74 



STATISTICS OF IN^COME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTHIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued . 



TENNESSEE. 





Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 




Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1 

$2,000 to 83,000 

$3,000 to $4,0001 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $.5,0001 

$4,000 to $.5 ,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7 ,000 

$7,000 to $S,000 

$8,000 to 89,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

$11,000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

$14,000 to $15 ,000 

$15,000 to $20,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

$25,000 to 830,000 

$30,000 to 840,000...... 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60,000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90,000 

$90,000 to $100,000 

$100,000 to $150,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250 000 to $300 000 . . 


4,337 

5, 798 

6,005 

8,530 

36^ 

5,518 

139 

2,667 

1,358 

795 

562 

337 

275 

217 

150 

144 

109 

87 

330 

166 

94 

115 

50 

32 

22 

4 

10 

3 

12 

1 


$6,901,573 
8,507,101 

13,746,906 

21,458,099 
1, '223, 409 

18,943,743 
621,358 

11,906,168 
7,465,939 
5,140,506 
4, 183, 824i 
2, 860, 135! 
2,616,78«' 
2,266,688 
1,730,226 
1,797,775 
1,472,321 
1,260,896 
5, 656, 197 
3,099,907 
2,575,243 
3,936,247 
2,214,319 
1,7^7,028 
1,402,958 
308, 998 
864,419 
282, 857 
1,411,188 

(2) 


$9,014,789 

5,865,836 

14,862,255 

16,226,559 

859, 020 

11,718,788 

410,745 

5,728,070 

2, 896, 085 

l,716,28;j 

1,164,917 

700,913 

569,283 

446,283 

310,564 

296, 334 

231,116 

182, 600 

66.S, 598 

332,873 

184,200 

229,850 

101, 600 

64,600 

45, 400 

9,150 

22,400 

6,000 

27,000 

(2) 


$251,826 
85,412 
638, 441 
375,400 
483,567 
659,001 
303,326 
445, 432 
836, 948 
665,902 
791,779 
522,692 
607,312 
547,379 
419,772 
398,665 
3.55,963 
285,361 

1,470,012 

1,135,224 
666,499 

1,512,813 
511, 975 
555, 826 
521,336 
126,581 
166, 252 
24,929 
318,481 








$153, 157 




$153,157 




308,887 




308,887 




398,475 




398,475 




345,238 

233,310 

179, 294 

168,184 

128,733 

122,939 

112,927 

90,788 

99,105 

91, 659 

77,986 

346,989 

243,211 

177,635 

246,778 

176, 321 

124, 824 

91,682 

22,146 

79,204 

31,520 

123,744 

(2) 




345,238 
239,549 
193,092 
188,782 
150,685 
149, 141 
140,414 
115,841 
130,671 
121,479 
106,122 
505,166 
402,985 
310,353 
524,161 
377,638 
318,880 
276,994 

72,801 
233,751 

92,951 
466,438 

(2) 


$6,239 
13,798 
20,598 
21,952 
26, 202 
27,487 
25,053 
31,566 
29,820 
28,136 
158, 177 
159,774 
132,718 
277,383 
201,317 
194,056 
185,312 
50,655 
154,547 
61,431 
342,694 

(2) 


$300,000 to $400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500 000 to $750,000 . . . 


1 


(') 


(2) 


{') 


(') 


(') 


C-) 
















$750 000 to 81 000,000.. 
















$1 000 OOOto $1,500,000. 
















$1 500 (X)0to$2 000 000 
















$2'ooo'onoto ss'ooo'ooo 
















$3'000'000to84'000 000 














$4 'ooo'oOOto .85,000 000 
















$5,000'oo0 and over 




















980,875 


7,000 


234, 870 


83,415 


388, 202 


471, 617 








Grand total 


38,232 


139,173,691 


74, 899, 113 


15,918,976 


4,258,151 


2,537,117 


6,795,268 



TEXAS. 



$1,000 to $2,0001 


25, 278 


$38,626,370 


$1,000 to 82,000 


14,030 


20,396,261 


$2,000 to $3,000 1 


19, 122 


40,698,7-55 


$2,000 to $3 ,000 


20,346 


51,606,527 


$3,000 to $4,000 1 


529 


1,804,118 


$3,000 to $4,000 


13.811 


47,412,805 


$4,000 to .?5 ,0001 


72 


313, 343 


$4,000 to $5 ,000 


7,971 


35,599,440 


$5 ,000 to .$6, 000 


3,612 


19,639,666 


$6,000 to $7 ,000 


2, 224 


14,470,470 


$7,000 to $8,000 


1,387 


10,458,426 


$8,000 to $9,000 


1,011 


8, 612, 624 


$9,000 to $10,000 


788 


7,511,313 


$10,000 to 811,000 


667 


7,098,917 


$11 ,000 to $12,000 


505 


5,826,604 


$12,(J(J0 to $13,000 


404 


5,0.32,473 


$13,000 to $14,«J0 


311 


4,192,514 


814,000 to $15,001) 


249 


3, .598, 414 


$15,(K)0to$20,000 


8.56 


14,808,062 


$2(i,00()to.$25,(X)0 


416 


9,324,936 


$25,000 to. 8:iO,(HMI 


267 


7,322,834 


S30,(KW to $'10,0(J0 


274 


9, .504, 404 


$40,000 to .850,000 


137 


6,032,407 



S45,505,215 

14,164,725 

42,305,741 

39, 685, 613 

1,156,202 

30, 237, 940 

125, 164 

17, 689, 153 

8,031,699 

4,915,548 

3,04.5,799 

2,256,218 

1,74.5,081 

1, 375, 855 

1,047,807 

845,098 

709, 249 

.528,364 

2,348,279 

999, 790 

024,353 

0.33, 246 

256, 949 



81,402,715 

131,473 

1,, 529, 612 

2, 620, 639 

1,038,524 

905,056 

240,580 

1, 157, 635 

1,351,908 

1,321,754 

1,649,441 

1,044,621 

1,093,805 

1,173,091 

889. 903 

787^915 

772, 258 

818, 927 

3, 295, 160 

2, 116, .522 

1,840,182 

2,884,238 

2,001,915 



$367,320 
"660,543 
' '976,'566" 



1,010,774 
645,362 
,535,424 
455, 474 
433, 277 
408, 273 
412,511 
352, 909 
331,888 
272, 788 
227, 780 
998, 053 
673,095 
538, 656 
687, 992 
448, 457 



$14,165 

40,608 

65, 126 

64,653 

74,446 

86, 307 

80,362 

84,883 

75, 758 

76, 281 

402, 440 

381,260 

372, 812 

679,096 

566,340 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



75 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETTJIINS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 

CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



TEXAS— Continued. 









Exemptions from 










Num- 
ber of 
returns. 




normal tax. 








Income class. 


Net 
income. 






Normal 

tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


850,000 to 860,000 


72 


$4,008,574 


$153,064 


81,631,403 


8292,560 


8490,840 


5783,400 


860,000 to 570,000 


39 


2,510,394 


70, 166 


831,939 


218, 18.5 


353,706 


.571,891 


870,000 to 880,000 


29 


2,242,591 


60,500 


665, 872 


173,442 


391,357 


564, 799 


880,000 to 890,000 


24 


1,992,122 


47, 166 


574,958 


153, 467 


388, 617 


.542,084 


890,000 to $100,000 


18 


1,694,343 


35,400 


558,001 


121, .869 


358, 381 


480,2.50 


8100,000 to ?150 ,000.... 


25 


2,973,757 


52,600 


833, 438 


247, 324 


836,439 


1,083,763 


$150,000 to 8200 ,000.... 


10 


1,757,905 


17,400 


407,048 


1.58,308 


632,952 


791, 260 


$200,000 to 8250 ,000.... 


7 


1,538,361 


5,000 


269,443 


148,605 


624,582 


773, 187 


8250,000 to $300 ,000.... 


3 


841,175 


6,900 


.56.5.508 


30, 374 


377, 236 


407, 610 


8300,000 to 8400 ,000.... 


3 


(2) 


(=) 


C-) 


(2) 


C-) 


(2) 


8400,000 to 8500,000.... 


1 


(2) 


C-) 


(2) 


C-) 


(^) 


(2) 


8500,000 to 8750,000 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 


1 


r-) 


(2) 


(2) 


(=) 


(2) 


(2) 


81,000,000 to81,500,000. 


1 


C-) 


(=) 


(') 


(-) 


C-) 


C') 


$1 ,500 ,000 to $2 ,000 ,000. 
















82,000,00OtoS3,000,000 




1 








83,000,000toS4,000,000. 


1 










84,000,000 to $5,000,000. 


1 










5,000,000 and over 


1 












Classes grouped 2 




3,524,652 


11,517 


1,216,969 


259, 136 


1,825,820 


2,084,956 








Orand total 


114,500 


392,975,557 


220,692,801 


39,622,453 


12,241,012 


9,334,467 


21,575,479 



UTAH. 



.$1,000 to $2,0001 

$1,000 to $2,000 


2,445 

4,895 

2,828 

3,608 

140 

2,094 

55 

1,053 

437 

263 

159 

98 

79 

60 

49 

51 

27 

25 

64 

35 

11 

21 

S 

3 

4 

3 

2 


$3,779,916 

7,190,219 

6,422,564 

8, &S9, 002 

486, 363 

7,145,203 

24.5, 131 

4,732,350 

2,411,397 

1,735,970 

1,194,827 

866, 091 

7.59, 517 

631, 570 

559, 783 

643,108 

363, 069 

368, 080 

1,106,461 

760, 646 

295, 524 

703, 955 

343,011 

168, 880 

265, 771 


$6, 112, 500 

4,962,361 

7,070,000 

6, 898, 608 

350,000 

4,641,290 

137, 500 

2, 427, 764 

1,012,067 

585,188 

366, 512 

234,404 

176,944 

117,274 

108,200 

108, 114 

57,363 

51, 600 

141, 925 

64,600 

21, 372 

42,600 

20,600 

6,180 

5,000 

(-) 


$149, 740 
30,262 
240,014 
107, 789 
165,082 
210,880 
169, 237 
271, 567 
293,257 
296, 867 
254,916 
168,325 
257,200 
214,355 
22.5, 176 
231,044 
106,095 
152, 298 
420, 562 
418, 186 
175,385 
430, 971 
218,862 
114,219 
176,524 








$131, 951 




$131, 951 


$2,000 to $3,0001 






$2,000 to 83,000.. 


115, 655 




115, 655 


$3,000 to $4,0001 

83,000 to $4,000 






141, 152 




141, 152 


$4,000 to $.5,000 1 






$4,000 to $.5,000 


ii9,6i6 

68, 780 
56,279 
43,660 
37,063 
26,649 
22,360 
24, 952 
27,331 
19,218 
16,438 
51, 929 
30, 123 
12,784 
27,217 
13,337 
5,678 
11,957 

(2) 




119,610 


$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7, 000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to 89,000 

$9,000 to $10,000 

810,000 to 811,000 

'$11, 000 to $12,000 

$12,000 to $13, 000 

813,000 to 81 4, 000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

81.5,000 to 820,000 

$20,000 to $25,000 

825,000 to $30,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to $60, 000 

$60,000 to $70,000 

$70,000 to 880,000 

880,000 to 890,000 

$90,000 to 8100,000.... 


$1, 168 

3,349 

5,192 

5,617 

6,363 

7,454 

8, 887 

10,280 

7,114 

8,179 

30, 690 

27,623 

14,309 

45, 305 

31, 829 

21,285 

39, 521 

(=) 


69,918 
59,628 
48,852 
42,680 
33,012 
29,814 
33,839 
37,611 
26,332 
24,617 
82,619 
57,746 
27,093 
72,622 
45, 166 
26,963 
.51,478 

m 
(2) 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 


::::::::i::::::. :::::: 












$150,000 to $200,000.... 


. . . . 1 












$200,000 to $250,000. . . . 


1 




1 






$2.50,000 to $300,000.... 


1 




1 






$300,000 to $400,000.... 


1 1 


1 






$400,000 to 8500,000.... 




1 


1 






$500,000 to 8750,000.. . 




I 


j 






$750,000 to $1,000,000.. 














$1,000,000 to $1,500,000. 




1 










81,,500,000to S2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000to $5,000,000. 
















.$5,000,000 and over .. . . 
















Classes grouped 2 




385, 996 


9,400 


301, 794 


9,419 


59,973 


69,392 






Grand total 


18,517 


52,454,404 


35,729,366 


5,800,607 


1,013,642 


334, 138 


1,347,780 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



76 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETXJBNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing fo7' each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

VERMONT. 





Num- 
ber of 
returns 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 




Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2,000 1 


1,173 

2,597 

1,188 

1,976 

72 

1,142 

48 

792 

237 

156 

95 

81 

59 

43 

36 

25 

27 

19 

69 

42 

18 

26 

10 

10 

7 

3 

3 

4 

4 

1 

1 

1 


81,781,100 

3,599,533 

2,706,276 

4,888,090 

245,310 

3,967,116 

210, 474 

3,525,614 

1,299,429 

1,022,984 

714, 773 

688, 780 

566,543 

452,555 

417,285 

313,428 

362, 139 

275,398 

1,185,591 

938,332 

495,386 

914,552 

438,297 

558,079 

455,600 

224,674 

253,063 

383,847 

(2) 

(2) 

(') 


82,224,335 

2,631,792 

2,948,703 

3,667,336 

133, 200 

2, 362, 796 

102,600 

1,627,249 

478, 186 

318,368 

193,563 

155,564 

116,765 

82, 809 

68, 772 

45,566 

56, 760 

37,050 

129, 782 

78,550 

27, 877 

46,000 

20,516 

14,600 

10,400 

6,800 

5,000 

6,600 

{') 

(2) 

(2) 

(^) 


8215,724 
37,660 
183,642 
132,401 
169,359 
161,647 
136, 917 
246,532 
281, 130 
183,716 
175,228 
226,915 
178,495 
115,033 
137,239 
137,335 
142,627 
96, 817 
519, 228 
400,455 
275,867 
558,325 
244,517 
352,304 
212,410 
128,020 
161,278 
277,396 








$1,000 to 82,000 


$60,612 




$60,612 


$2,000 to 83,000 1 




$2,000 to $3,000 


80,289 




80,289 


$3,000 to $4,000 1 




$3,000 to $4, 000 


86,296 




86,296 


$4,000 to $5,0001 




$4,000 to 85,000 


99,176 
36, 189 
33,005 
26,487 
25,472 
24,950 
22,642 
19,364 
14,868 
14,639 
13,214 
52,544 
49,099 
20,662 
34,464 
19,913 
22,405 
20,911 
12,993 
11,515 
12,104 

i 




99, 176 


85,000 to 86,000 

86,000 to 87,000 

87,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to 89,000 

$9,000 to 810,000 

$10,000 to $11, 000 

811,000 to 812,000 

$12,000 to 813,000 

$13,000 to 814,000 

$14,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to 820,000 

820,000 to 825, 000 

825,000 to 830,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

$50,000 to 860,000 

860,000 to 870,000 

$70,000 to 880,000 

$80,000 to 890,000 

890,000 to $100,000 

8100,000 to $150,000 

$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000. . . . 
8250,000 to 8300,000. . . . 
8300,000 to $400,000.... 


$1,000 

2,880 

3,521 

5,352 

5,613 

5,531 

6,122 

5,357 

6,143 

5,953 

31,665 

40,287 

26, 145 

67,546 

39,959 

70,507 

66,302 

37,059 

39,673 

86,448 


37, 189 
35,885 
30,008 
30, 824 
30,563 
28, 173 
25,486 
20,225 
20,782 
19, 167 
84,209 
89,386 
46,807 
102,010 
59, 872 
92, 912 
87,213 
50,052 
51,188 
98,552 

(2) 


8400,000 to $500,000.... 








1 






$500,000 to $750,000 














$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 














81,000,000 to $1,500,000. 








1 






81,500,000 to $2,000,000. 




i 


1 






82,000,000 to $3,000,000. 








. 




$3,000,000 to 84,000,000. 


1 








84,000,000 to 85,000,000. 










85,000,000 and over 


1 








Classes grouped ^ 




1,179,017 12,400 


770,948 1 38,144 


416,803 


454, 947 








Grand total 


9,965 


34,063,265 


17,609,939 


6,859,165 i 851,957 

1 


969,866 


1,821,823 



VIRGINIA. 



81,000 to $2,0001. 
$1,000 to $2,000... 
$2,000 to $3,0001. 
$2,000 to $3,000... 
83,000 to $4,0001. 
$3,000 to $4.000... 
84,000 to $5,0001. 
$4,000 to 85,000... 
85,000 to 86,000... 
$6,000 to 87, 000... 
$7,000 to 88,000... 
$8,000 to $9,000... 
$9,000 to $10,000.. 
810,000 to $11,000. 
$11,000 to $12,000. 
$12,000 to $13,000. 
$13,(X)0 to $14,000. 
$14,000 to $15,000. 
$15,000 to 820,000. 
$20,000 to 825,(XX). 
$25,000 to $30,000. 
$30,000 to 840,000. 
$40,000 to $50,000. 



5,472 

9,992 

7, 890 

11,608 

499 

6,745 

193 

3,443 

1,425 

844 

600 

439 

334 

239 

204 

175 

142 

111 

321 

211 

80 

98 

57 



88,531,470 
14,782,945 
18, 114, 873 
29, 053, 466 
1, 661, 142 
23,113,710 
85;i, 054 
15, 403, 498 
7,906,328 
5, 480, 140 
4, 565, 906 
3, 740, 005 
3, 237, 979 
2, 543, 248 
2, 343, 928 
2, 186, 617 
1,928,262 
1, 580, 389 
5, 612, 534 
4, 870, 938 
2,210,978 
3, 464, 917 
2, 423, 073 



$11,368,783 

10,223,387 

20, 251, 838 

21,801,093 

1,285,111 

14, 387, 378 

369, 148 

7, 524, 850 

3, 033, 146 

1,833,702 

1,303,863 

938, 439 

728, 401 

503, 564 

407, 658 

361, 142 

299, 587 

222, 366 

666, 417 

441,632 

162, 050 

198,066 

116,250 



8377,571 
107, 765 
550, 176 
449, 737 
474, 952 
772, 606 
513, 100 
883,974 
924, as 
717, 806 
735, 795 
744, 508 
628, 859 
553, 617 
553, 125 
693, 746 
550, 351 
46|6, 868 
1,693,387 
1, 539, 712 
889, 592 
1, 597, 967 
1,095,305 



$276,308 



409,420 
'489.' 467 



432,045 
248, 716 
191, 905 
169,035 
166, 398 
160, 998 
127, 953 
127, 441 
108, 090 
103, 012 
82, 632 
327, 245 
315, 147 
131,310 
184,568 
128, 460 



$6,392 

15,684 

23, 139 

26, 775 

31,347 

30,822 

34, 447 

36,734 

36,953 

35, 868 

162, 550 

200, 912 

119,573 

242, 805 

209,654 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of tlie taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



77 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, shoiving for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

VIRGINIA— Continued. 









Exempt 


ons from 










Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Not 
income. 


normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 




Personal 




tax. 








exemption. 










$50,000 to $60,000 


35 


$1,929,103 


$66,800 


$654,304 


$140, 166 


$235,395 


$375,561 


$60,000 to $70,000 


21 


1,356,304 


45,800 


336, 543 


114,984 


198,295 


313,279 


$70,000 to $80,000 


10 


737, 623 


20,200 


178, 367 


62, 129 


118,009 


180, 138 


$80,000 to $90, 000 


2 


169, 944 


4,400 


84,979 


9,677 


25, 380 


35,057 


$90,000 to $100,000 


4 


369,728 


8,000 


281, 302 


6,703 


78, 727 


85,430 


$100,000 to $150,000-... 


2 


279,037 


4,000 


161,808 


10, 973 


41,025 


51, 998 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 





871,100 


11,200 


420,248 


52,063 


314,087 


366, 150 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 


2 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


$250,000 to $300,000.... 


2 


m 


(2) 


(2) 


0) 


(=) 


(==) 


$300,000 to $400,000.... 


1 


C) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 


$400,000 to $500,000.... 


1 


(=) 


(2) 


(2) 


(•) 


(2) 


m 


8500,000 to $750, 000.... 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 
















$l,000,000to$l,500,000. 
















$1,500,000 to$2,000,000. 
















$2,000,000tO$3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to $4,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over. . . . 
















Classes grouped * 




1,783,256 


12,400 


683,154 


103,239 


770,068 


873 307 








Grand total 


51,207 


173,104,495 


98,661,871 


20,315,457 


4,680,084 


2,994,641 


7,674,725 



WASHINGTON. 



$1,000 to $2,0001... 

$1,000 to $2,000 

$2,000 to $3,000 1... 

$2,000 to $3,000 

$3,000 to $4,000 »... 

$3,000 to $4,000 

$4,000 to $5,000 «... 

$4,000 to $5,000 

$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to $7,000 

$7,000 to $8,000 

$8,000 to $9,000 

$9,000 to $10,000.... 
$10,000 to $11,000... 
$11,000 to$12,000... 
$12,000 to $13,000... 
$13,000 to $14,000... 
$14,000 to $15,000... 
$15,000 to $20,000... 
$20,000 to $25,000... 
$25,000 to $30,000... 
$30,000 to $40,000... 
$40,000 to $50,000... 
$50,000 to $00,000... 
$60,000 to $70,000... 
$70,000 to $30,000... 
$80,000 to $90,000... 
890,000 to $100,000.. 
$100,000 to $150,000. 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000... 
$250,000 to $300,000... 
$300,000 to $400,000... 
$400,000 to $500,000... 
$500,000 to $750,000... 
$750,000 to $1,000,000. 
$1,000,000 to$l,500,000 
$1,500,000 to $2,000,000, 
$2,000,000 to $3,000,000, 
$3,000,000 to $4,000,000, 
$4,000,000 to $5,000,000. 
$5,000,000 and over. . . . 
Classes grouped 2 



Grand total.. 



9,658 

30,879 

12, 349 

22, 198 

389 

9,436 

120 

4,054 

1,829 

1,326 

658 

457 

357 

337 

184 

138 

117 

115 

361 

163 

96 

82 

43 

20 

19 

12 

6 

4 

5 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 

1 



$14,824,241 

47; 591, 451 

27, 536, 584 

56,399,816 

1,203,295 

33,539,508 

450, 743 

18,348,592 

10, 049, 190 

8, 482, 163 

4,896,179 

3, 880, 171 

3,381,434 

3,543,422 

2,112,511 

1,718,413 

1,572,538 

1,666,985 

6, 193, 593 

3, 633, 022 

2, 601, 892 

2,815,943 

1,914,541 

1,093,819 

1,231,103 

903, 441 

491,965 

392, 839 

586, 752 

(^) 

(2) 

(2) 

m 

(2) 



3,040,600 



95,422 266,096,746 167,253,344 



$20, 018, 528 

32,028,026 

30,530,950 

40, 797, 333 

1,219,920 

20,137,297 

361,790 

8, 702, 268 

4,041,608 

2,811,003 

1,375,891 

959, 180 

759, 597 

712,831 

395, 150 

285, 008 

241, 189 

228, 366 

742, 473 

329, 167 

184, 800 

151,200 

91, 569 

37, 200 

39, 800 

23, 800 

10, 400 

7,600 

10, 600 

(2) 

(2) 

m 
(2) 



18,800 



$135,626 
51,766 
322,412 
284, 083 
216,835 
532, 665 
147, 108 
394, 352 
644, 279 
686, 636 
632, 836 
627, 213 
427, 900 
593, 755 

427. 406 
432, 398 
355, 441 
426, 325 

1,869,148 
1,234,519 

937. 407 
1,355,094 

944, 621 
404, 561 
501,669 
508, 889 
410, 448 
257,897 
160,837 

(2) 
(2) 

m 



1,742,545 



17, 



5,671 



$918, 604 
" "941," 858 
' '78i,'862 



551, 824 

331, 858 

319,700 

216, 280 

185, 850 

187, 791 

204, 796 

117, 459 

94, 663 

96, 651 

99, 842 

367, 550 

205, 645 

151,563 

150, 582 

97, 538 

75, 137 

78, 103 

37, 306 

13, 599 

13, 472 

47,308 

0) 

m 

(2) 



152, 782 



6, 439, 623 



$5,606 
16,858 
24, 054 
28,907 
32, 525 
38, 566 
30, 246 
28, 866 
30, 834 
36, 388 
175, 657 
144,615 
137, 668 
191,113 
184, 760 
125, 464 
179, 609 
139, 895 
93, 229 
90, 563 
162, 662 
(2) 
(2) 
(0 
(2) 
(2) 
(2) 



1, 405, 455 



3,303,540 



$918, 604 



941,858 



781,862 



551, 824 
337, 464 
336, 558 
240, 334 
214,757 
220,316 
243,362 
147, 705 
123, 529 
127, 485 
136,230 
543,207 
350,260 
289, 231 
341, 695 
282,298 
200,601 
257, 712 
177,201 
106, 828 
104,035 
209, 970 

h) 
(2) 
(=) 
("0 



1,558,237 



9, 743, 163 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



78 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


$1,000 to $2 ,0001 


4,098 

10,776 

6,442 

11,468 

454 

7,265 

135 

4,291 

1,108 

735 

507 

253 

218 

149 

127 

88 

116 

66 

222 

125 

60 

64 

39 

12 

16 

10 

5 

7 

12 

1 

2 

1 


86,261,491 

15,866,632 

14,842,111 

28,804,715 

1,536,965 

25,136,004 

584,628 

19,101,325 

6,066,053 

4,727,149 

3, 770, 576 

2,137,816 

2,050,727 

1,557,747 

1,456,684 

1,101,228 

1,565,285 

954,616 

3,805,045 

2,786,987 

1,643,111 

2,188,612 

1,763,670 

646,935 

1,038,186 

746,244 

418,849 

671,245 

1,458,358 

517,571 

(2) 


$8,240,287 

10,974,904 

16,596,758 

21,479,548 

1,204,914 

16,452,281 

240,492 

9,781,913 

2,326,855 

1,585,959 

1,068,774 

542,330 

458,475 

319,840 

249, 577 

175,850 

247,474 

136,194 

430,714 

250,313 

116,283 

125,240 

62,396 

15,800 

33,400 

18,983 

9,000 

13,508 

17,800 

2,000 

(=) 

(') 


8453,659 

172,439 

600,801 

576,260 

560,175 

1,048,396 

427,536 

1,036,449 

998,957 

966,772 

907,717 

529,409 

591,865 

474, 892 

632,537 

340,400 

585,085 

436,662 

2,010,837 

1,391,915 

902,079 

1,091,241 

1,248,887 

552,451 

835,992 

442,011 

195,116 

494,381 

889,352 

617,069 

{') 








81 ,000 to $2 ,000 


$282,630 




8282,630 


$2,000 to 83,0001 




82 ,000 to $3 ,000 


397,064 




397,084 


S3 .000 to $4 ,0001 




83 ,000 to $4 ,000 


495,113 




495,113 


$4 ,000 to $5 ,0001 




$4 ,000 to $5 ,000 


520,761 

169,834 

140,367 

103,178 

68,400 

70,394 

57,052 

35,109 

66,631 

71,132 

40,351 

110,228 

105,146 

71,805 

108,599 

55,536 

12,142 

28,552 

40,545 

24,571 

24,674 

58,807 




520,761 

173,697 

150,898 

119,396 

83,906 

87,771 

76,929 

56,064 

75,345 

93,968 

60,061 

220,539 

212,525 

156,233 

255,798 

225,020 

82,684 

173,339 

159,648 

101,898 

172,600 

447,112 

184, 995 


$5 ,000 to $6 ,000 

$6, 000 to $7 ,000 

$7,000 to 88 ,000 

88,000 to $9,000 

89,000 to 81 0,000 

810,000to 811,000 

811 ,000 to 81 2, 000 

812,000 to 813,000 

$13 ,000 to 814, 000 

814 ,000 to $15, 000 

815,000 to 820,000 

820 ,000 to $25 ,000 

$25 ,000 to 830, 000 

$30 ,000 to 840, 000 

$40 ,000 to $50 ,000 

$50 ,000 to $60 ,000 

$60 ,000 to 870,000 

$70,000 to $80 ,000 

880 ,000 to $90 ,000 

890 ,000 to $100 ,000 

8100,000 to 8150,000.... 
$150,000to $200,000 


$3,863 

10,531 

16,218 

15,506 

17,377 

19,877 

20,955 

18,714 

22,836 

19,710 

110,311 

107,379 

84,428 

147,199 

169,484 

70,542 

144,787 

119,103 

77,327 

147,926 

388,305 

184,995 


8200 ,000 to $250 ,000.... 
$250 ,000 to $300, 000.... 
$300 ,000 1 8400 ,000. . . . 


(2) 


(2) 


$400 ,000 to $500 ,000.... 






$500 ,000 to 8750 ,000.... 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000 
















$l,000,000to$l ,500,000. 
















81 ,.500 ,000to$2 ,000,000 
















82 ,000 ,000 1 $3 ,000 ,000 
















83,000,000to$4,000,000 
















84,000,000to85,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over . . 
















Classes grouped 2 . . . . 




1,351,182 


8,600 


810,145 


65,612 


577,689 


643,301 








Grand total 


48,876 


156,557,747 


93,186,462 


22,821,487 


3,214,233 


2,495,062 


5,709,295 



■WISCONSIN. 



$1,000 to 82,0001.. 
81 ,000 to 82,000... 
82,000 to $3,0001.. 
$2,000 to 83,000... 
$3,000 to $4,000 I.. 
$3,000 to $4,000... 
84,000 to $5,0001.. 
$4 ,000 to $.5,000... 
$.5,000 to $6,000... 
$6,000 to $7,000... 
87,000 to .88,000... 
$8,000 to .89,000... 
$9,000 to $10,000.. 
$10,000 to 811,000. 
811,000 to 812,000. 
$12,000 to $13,000. 
$13,0(WtoSll,000. 
$14,000 to $15,000. 
$15,000 to 820,000. 
$20,000 to 82.'',,000. 
825,000 to $.30,000. 
$30,000 to $40,000. 
840,000 to $50,000. 



15,511 


22,488 


13, 266 


18,360 


708 


10, 701 


393 


5,698 


2,174 


1,213 


772 


.552 


401 


308 


260 


227 


173 


1.58 


465 


261 


1.57 


199 


82 



823,699,874 

32,355,292 

30,016,870 

45,962,443 

2, 313, 933 

36,733,236 

1,663,500 

25,253,747 

11,901,417 

7,790,498 

5, 767, 923 

4,672,206 

3,80.5,493 

3, 370, 645 

3,075,491 

2,929,160 

2,38,5,999 

2, 345, 829 

8,378,161 

6,005,352 

4,343,828 

7, 142, 120 

3,816,767 



$33,215,091 

22,881,826 

33,294,028 

34, 720, 473 

1,811,020 

22,977,230 

811,022 

12,362,851 

4,622,577 

2, .507, 070 

1,. 573, 375 

1,128,820 

809, 385 

661,323 

.520,447 

470, 680 

361, 183 

310,099 

963, 920 

525, 933 

306, 142 

411,800 

156, 666 



$521,023 

354,838 

1,608,579 

699,978 

737, 951 

1,381,613 

1,005,274 

1,781,256 

1,724,564 

1,249,654 

1,227,966 

1,182,753 

955, 297 

1,0.52,961 

1,097,803 

983, 4.50 

900, 305 

994, 119 

3, 639, 973 

2, 662, 431 

2,537,608 

2,872,556 

2,241,977 



8555,320 
'"639," 257' 



775,268 



683, 622 
364,858 
261,683 
210, 948 
186, 733 
169, 338 
144,415 
133, 400 
139,395 
108, 204 
104,477 
383,954 
283, 745 
179, 265 
325,035 
151,091 



88, 868 

21,840 

30, 107 

34,597 

36, 850 

40,996 

44,045 

48, 129 

44, 762 

49, 433 

238, 523 

250,070 

232, 799 

514,498 

373,881 



' Nontaxable. Personal exempt ion and dividends exceed net income. 
2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of the taxpayer. 



STATISTICS OF INCOME. 



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TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS— DISTRIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the mtwber of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 

WISCONSIN— Continued. 



Income class. 


Num- 
ber of 
returns. 


Net 
income. 


Exemptions from 
normal tax. 


Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 
exemption. 


Dividends. 


tax. 


850,000 to 860,000 

160,000 to $70,000 

170,000 to $80,000 

$80,000 to $90 ,000 

890,000 to 8100,000 

$100 ,000 to $150 ,000.... 
$150,000 to $200,000.... 
$200,000 to $250,000.... 
$250,000 to 8300,000.... 


58 
33 
24 
19 
10 
24 
6 
1 


83,151,620 
2,132,544 
1,824,283 
1,618,199 
946,457 
2,730,033 
1,032,918 


8112,800 
.54,800 
43,200 
34,400 
14,400 
44,533 
11,600 
(2) 


$2,172,923 

1,265,527 

1,027,892 

1,440,163 

823, 389 

1,951,431 

424,658 

(2) 


8125,892 
94,010 
93,890 
19,042 
7,437 
78,059 
65,793 
(2) 


$362,688 
308,692 
307,469 
306, 726 
203,373 
725,454 
370, .535 


8488,580 
402, 702 
401,3.59 
325,768 
210, 810 
803,513 
436,328 
(2) 


8300,000 to 8400,000.... 
$400,000 to $500,000.... 
$500 ,000 to $750,000.... 


1 

1 


(2) 
(2) 


(2) 
(2) 




(2) 


(2) 


(2) 
(2) 


$750,000 to 81,000,000.. 
















81,000,000 to 81,500,000. 
















81,500,000 to 82,000,000. 
















$2,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to 84,000,000. 
















84,000,000 to 85,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over.... 
















Classes grouped 2 




1,033.847 


6,400 


626,633 


46,466 


497, 195 


543 661 








Grand total 


94,704 


290,199,685 


177,725,094 


43,146,545 


6,330,597 


5,051,530 


11,382,127 



WYOMING. 



$1,000 to 82,000 1 


445 

2,800 

528 

1,851 

31 

706 

4 

408 

265 

182 

111 

78 

59 

56 

53 

38 

37 

25 

44 

31 

21 

30 

6 

7 


$707,718 

4,162,314 

1,206,473 

4,602,405 

106,265 

2,417,804 

18,066 

1,820,260 

1,435,840 

1,189,616 

830,442 

657,327 

556,715 

594,556 

603,569 

471, 818 

497,437 

358,828 

760,910 

704, 629 

553, 251 

1,026,763 

253,065 

373,915 


8963,295 

2,837,347 

1,. 344, 933 

3,247,927 

85,176 

1,515,789 

9,324 

883, 195 

546,281 

380,923 

244,880 

171, 850 

119, 466 

113,615 

102, 846 

81,400 

80,020 

52,826 

96,926 

61, 183 

37,001 

61,900 

11,600 

17,200 


$9,219 

7,413 

28,214 

25,819 

34,455 

44,374 

12,915 

49,577 

123, 156 

136,632 

109, 151 

56,654 

110, 061 

83,533 

179,385 

68,681 

122, 323 

66,666 

210,034 

164,870 

238, 660 

300,723 

139,514 

110,814 








81,000 to 82,000 


$92,885 




892,885 


82,000 to $3,000 1 




$2,000 to $3,000 


77,825 




77,825 


83,000 to 84,000 1 




$3,000 to $4,000 


52,316 




52 316 


84,000 to $5,000 1 






$4,000 to $5,000 


54,320 
49, 169 
44,206 
38,501 
34,662 
28, 803 
35,915 
31,585 
29,796 
27,759 
22,651 
46,068 
47,996 
29,074 
74,495 
11,233 
28,034 




54,320 


$5,000 to $6,000 

$6,000 to 87,000 

$7,000 to 88,000 

$8,000 to 89,000 

$9,000 to 810,000 

810,000 to $11,000 

$11,000 to 812,000 

$12,000 to 813,000 

$13,000 to $14,000 

814,000 to $15,000 

$15,000 to 820,000 

820,000 to $25,000 

825,000 to 830,000 

$30,000 to $40,000 

$40,000 to $50,000 

850,000 to $60,000 

860,000 to 870,000 


8963 

3,124 

3,815 

4,157 

5,171 

6,726 

7,391 

7,702 

7,900 

6,727 

20,347 

28,350 

25,354 

72,236 

18, 501 

44,379 


50, 132 
47,330 
42,316 
38, 819 
33,974 
42,641 
38,976 
37,498 
35,659 
29,378 
66,415 
76,346 
54,428 
146,731 
29,734 
72,413 


870,000 to 880,000 

880,000 to $90,000 

890,000 to 8100,000 


1 
1 


(2) 


(2) 


(2) 
(2) 


(2) 
(2) 


(2) 




8100,000 to 8150,000.... 
$150,0C© to $200,000.... 


3 1 (2) 


1 


(') 


(2) 


(') 


$200,000 to $250,000.. . . 












8250,000 to $300,000. . . . 














$300,000 to $400,000. . . . 














8400,000 to $500,000. . . . 


1 












$500,000 to 8750,000.... 
















$750,000 to $1,000,000. . 

















$1,000,000 to$l,500,000. 

















81,500,000 to $2,000,000. 
















82,000,000 to $3,000,000. 
















$3,000,000 to 84,000,000. 
















$4,000,000 to 85,000,000. 
















$5,000,000 and over 
















Classes grouped 2 




503,951 


8,600 


240,342 


29,272 


123,284 


152 556 








Grand total 


7,821 


26,413,937 


13,075,503 


2,673,185 


886,565 


386, 127 


1,272,692 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 

2 Classes grouped to conceal the net income and identity of tlie taxpayer. 



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TABLE 8.— PERSONAL RETURNS^DISTBIBUTION OF INCOME, BY 
CLASSES, showing for each class of income the number of returns, net income, 
personal exemption, dividends, and tax paid — Continued. 



NONRBSIDBNT ALIENS. 









Exemptions from 










Num- 
ber of 
returns. 




normal tax. 








Income class. 


Net 
income. 






Normal 
tax. 


Surtax. 


Total 


Personal 


Dividends. 


tax. 








exemption. 










$1,000 to $2,0001 
















Sl,000to|2,000 

$2,000 to 13,0001 


194 


$264,579 


$33,000 


$44,209 


$20,594 




$20,594 




$2,000to $3,000 


126 


314,180 


88, 800 


53,912 


19,629 




19,629 


$3,000to $4,0001. 
















$3,000 to $4, 000 

$4,000to$5 000i 


98 


337, 878 


111,750 


68, 219 


17,030 




17,030 
















$4,000to$5,000 


125 

496 


565, 149 
2, 718, 854 


98,351 

754,858 


106, 857 
449, 707 


34, 721 

118,381 




34,721 


$5,000to $6,000 


$2,836 


121,217 


$6,000to $7,000 


402 


2,588,650 


tiOO, 684 


531, 733 


118,579 


7,914 


126, 493 


$7,000to $8,000 


310 


2,309,597 


442, 266 


597, 263 


114,799 


12,454 


127,253 


$8,000to $9,000 


225 


1,908,018 


308, 433 


552, 174 


98,369 


14,608 


112,977 


$9,000 to $10, 000 


191 


1,835,605 


259,639 


519,131 


99,394 


17,651 


117,045 


$10,000 to $11,000 


157 


1,639,566 


193,020 


528, 200 


96,240 


21,723 


117,963 


$11,000 to $12,000 


127 


1,452,029 


134, 800 


585,007 


78,422 


23,030 


101, 452 


$12,000 to $13,000 


101 


1,270,601 


125, 500 


521,832 


66, 849 


21,091 


87,940 


$13,000 to $14,000 


95 


1,283,643 


116,600 


486,552 


68, 753 


25,143 


93, 896 


$14,000 to $15,000 


75 


1, 103, 787 


71, 100 


488,575 


61,648 


23,436 


85,084 


$15,000 to $20,000 


2S9 


4,929,740 


322,800 


2,011,557 


287, 290 


139,472 


426, 762 


$20,000 to $2.5,000 


163 


3, 615, 905 


198,442 


1,387,047 


230, 761 


148, 926 


379,687 


$25,000 to $30, 000 


116 


3,163,817 


109,200 


1,440,590 


185,020 


165,509 


350,529 


$30,000 to $10,000 


139 


4,939,447 


122, 783 


2,399,484 


289, 140 


357,051 


646, 191 


$40,000 to $50, 000 


62 


2, 759, 437 


66, 400 


1,22.5,539 


176, 446 


254, 799 


431, 245 


$50,000 to $60,000 


43 


2,325,173 


49, 600 


1,141,156 


125, 252 


271,909 


397, 161 


$60,000 to $70,000 


24 


1,559,713 


20, 248 


810, 929 


72,337 


220, 165 


292, 502 


$70,000 to $80,000 


28 


2,105,591 


22, 800 


1,231,734 


111,980 


354, 109 


466, 089 


$80,000 to $90,000 


17 


1,448,188 


16, 200 


632, 800 


85, 593 


287, 149 


372,742 


$90,000 to $100,000 


15 


' 1,408,533 


18,000 


1,143,140 


32,574 


299,247 


331,821 


$100,000 to $150,000.... 


35 


4,148,303 


32, 600 


2,225,115 


224,072 


1,152,966 


1,377,038 


$150,000 to $200,000.... 


13 


2, 196, 531 


10,000 


714, 178 


159,311 


753,909 


913,220 


$200,000 to $250,000.... 


o 


1, 120, 655 


2,000 


178,607 


87,645 


413, 191 


500, 836 


$250,000 to $300,000.... 


4 


1, 160, 713 


1,000 


699,633 


69,981 


526,469 


596, 450 


$300 000 to $400,000 
















$400,000 to $500,000 
















$500,000 to $1,000,000. . 














$l,000,000to$l,500,000. 
$l,500,000to$2,000,000. 
$2,000,000to$3,000,000. 
$3,000,000to$4,000,000. 


















































$4,000,000to$5,000,000. 










: 




$5,000,000 and over 










1 














1 




Grand total 


3,678 


56, 473, 942 


4,330,874 


22, 804, 880 


3,150,810 


5,514,757 


8,665,567 



1 Nontaxable. Personal exemption and dividends exceed net income. 



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