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This table provides statistics on year-over-year low-income transitions, including low income entry and exit rates, low income resistance, and low income immobility rates among Canadian taxfilers. The low income measure (LIM) is used to identify low income taxfilers. The LIM threshold is calculated as half of the median of the adjusted family after-tax income of all taxfilers and their family members. This table uses two different types of LIM: the variable LIM is based on the median total income re-calculated year, while the fixed LIM is based on the median total income in 2002 adjusted yearly by the all-items Consumer Price Index.
This table contains statistics that describe the duration of low income spells experienced by Canadian taxfilers in an eight-year period. A low income spell refers to a period in which a person stays in low income. It can last one year or several years consecutively. The length of the spell is referred to as its duration and is measured in years.
Low income measure (LIM) thresholds by household size for market income, total income and after-tax income, in current and constant dollars, annual.
Percentage of persons who are asset resilience for at least one, three and six months, by age group, by family type, by national low income measure (LIM) and after-tax household income measure, Canada.
Percentage of persons in asset resilience for at least one, three and six months, by age group and family type, by national low income measure (LIM) and after-tax household income measure, Canada and provinces.
Families of tax filers; Before-tax and after-tax low income status (based on census family low income measures, LIM) by family type and family composition (final T1 Family File; T1FF).
The tables contain statistics describing how the income of taxfilers change, relative either to income they made in the past or to income made by other taxfilers. The first group of statistics illustrate absolute income mobility while the second group illustrate relative income mobility. This table provides five-year income mobility statistics. Table 11-10-0061 provides one-year mobility statistics.
The tables contains statistics describing how the income of taxfilers change, relative either to income they made in the past or to income made by other taxfilers. The first group of statistics illustrate absolute income mobility while the second group illustrate relative income mobility. The current table provides one-year income mobility statistics. Table 11-10-0059 provides five-year mobility statistics.
Proportion of the population living: in a dwelling owned by some members of the household; in core housing need and; in suitable dwelling, proportion of the population living alone, poverty rate (MBM), prevalence of low income (LIM-AT) and (LIM-BT), knowledge of official languages, by visible minority and selected characteristics (gender, age group, first official language spoken, immigrant status, period of immigration, generation status and highest certificate, degree or diploma).
Characteristics of persons in low income families by low income lines.