STATS Indiana

Indiana's Public Data Utility

LogoGet even more workforce data at Hoosiers by the Numbers

Select a State

map Indiana's Income & Taxes

Median Income from the American Comm. Survey (2018 dollars)Household
Adj. Income
RankFamily
Adj. Income
Rank
2018$55,74635$70,15035
2017$55,50435$69,74835
2016$54,73336$69,08634
2015$53,53636$66,92035
2014$52,44834$64,47035
2013$51,23235$64,05835
2012$51,37533$64,08634
% Change 2012 to 2018 8.5%309.5%29

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, ACS

Median Household Income from the Current Pop. Survey (2017 dollars)Adj. ValueRank
2017$58,87330
2016$57,28933
2015$53,76034
2014$49,76238
2013$52,03732
2012$49,27938
2011$48,43341
2010$52,07133
2000$58,17029
1995$53,69628
1990$50,50236
% Change 1990 to 2017 16.6%14

Source: U.S. Census Bureau

Quarterly Earnings and Income over Time 2020 Adjusted Dollars
(Millions of dollars, seasonally adjusted)
Earnings by Place of Work
Adj. ($000,000)
RankPersonal Income by
Place of Residence
Adj. ($000,000)
Rank
2020:1230,959,33320333,341,98820
2019:4233,189,45720334,830,82420
2019:3230,810,16819331,883,96320
2019:2227,913,37619328,327,97020
2019:1226,952,20919325,735,48920
2018:4229,296,82019328,299,32420
2018:3226,732,11219324,672,05420
2018:2224,825,95219321,561,90320
2018:1224,157,82019319,948,42920
% Change 2018:1 to 2020:13.0%404.2%37

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Per Capita Personal IncomeNumberRankPercent of U.S.
Per Capita Income - 2019 $48,6573785.9%
Per Capita Income - 2009 (adj. for inflation)$40,6383986.8%
Per Capita Income - 1999 (adj. for inflation)$40,9623093.1%
Per Capita Income - 1989 (adj. for inflation)$34,3653090.6%
10-Year % change19.7%19
20-Year % change18.8%46
30-Year % change41.6%40

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Personal Income in 2019Amount
($000)
5-Year Adj. % ChangeRank
Total Earnings by Place of Work$227,793,7679.6%25
Minus:     Contributions for government social insurance$25,530,62210.4%31
  Personal contributions for government social insurance$13,952,82013.5%30
  Employer contributions for government social insurance$11,577,8026.9%28
Plus:       Adjustment for residence$7,059,23226.2%15
Equals:    Net Earnings by Place of Residence$209,322,37710.0%27
Plus:       Dividends, rent, interest$53,820,53018.1%25
Plus:       Transfer payments$64,427,22413.5%34
Equals:   Personal Income by Place of Residence$327,570,13111.9%29

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (*adj = Adjusted for Inflation)

Annual Earnings and Income over Time 2019 Adjusted DollarsEarnings by Place of Work
Adj. ($000)
RankPersonal Income by
Place of Residence
Adj. ($000)
Rank
2019227,793,76719327,570,13120
2018224,584,10519321,233,07720
2017221,218,35319314,150,88019
2016218,037,01319309,067,34518

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

State and Local Revenue in 2017Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$55,311,33317100.0% $8,30738
  Intergovernment$15,103,3571527.3%14$2,26823
  Own-Source$40,207,9761972.7%38$6,03939
    Total Tax$25,929,3092046.9%38$3,89440
      Property Tax$6,934,5062112.5%39$1,04236
      General Sales Tax$7,556,5091613.7%16$1,13523
      Individual Income Tax$6,056,4581910.9%30$91033
      Corporate Net Income Tax$1,025,717111.9%13$15416
      Other Taxes$4,356,119207.9%40$65447
    Total Charges$10,858,0821519.6%15$1,63120
    Own-Source General$3,420,585236.2%39$51443

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State and Local Expenditures in 2017Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$53,246,47318100.0% $7,99742
  Intergovernment$2,125130.0%8$013
  Direct$53,244,34818100.0%1$7,99742
    Elementary and Secondary Ed.$10,219,7391919.2%35$1,53544
    Public Welfare$13,940,6971326.2%10$2,09424
    Higher Ed.$6,427,2561312.1%13$96527
    Health and Hospitals$5,286,680169.9%16$79422
    Corrections$1,063,201212.0%38$16047
    Police$1,593,317233.0%34$23947
    Highways$2,443,680244.6%45$36749
    Interest$1,829,144163.4%14$27522
    Other$10,440,6342019.6%37$1,56843

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Local Revenue in 2017Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$27,346,48318100.0% $4,10733
  Intergovernment$10,917,3431639.9%15$1,64023
  Own-Source$16,429,1401860.1%37$2,46837
    Total Tax$7,877,7112428.8%47$1,18345
      Property Tax$6,922,2552025.3%36$1,04034
      General Sales Tax$183380.0%38$038
      Individual Income Tax$621,16672.3%7$937
      Corporate Net Income Tax$21990.0%9$09
      Other Taxes$333,888351.2%46$5047
    Total Charges$7,308,2681226.7%6$1,09813
    Own-Source General$1,243,161194.5%31$18731

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Local Expenditures in 2017Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$25,332,03119100.0% $3,80540
  Intergovernment$14,986240.1%21$225
  Direct$25,317,0451999.9%23$3,80240
    Elementary and Secondary Ed.$10,219,7391940.3%31$1,53543
    Public Welfare$21,205440.1%48$349
    Health and Hospitals$4,596,831918.1%6$69010
    Corrections$429,340231.7%22$6429
    Police$1,351,003235.3%33$20344
    Highways$806,708283.2%46$12147
    Interest$938,464163.7%14$14117
    Other$6,953,7551927.5%27$1,04435

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State Revenue in 2017Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Revenue
Rank
General$38,491,51517100.0% $5,78132
  Intergovernment$14,712,6791438.2%12$2,21020
  Own-Source$23,778,8361861.8%39$3,57133
    Total Tax$18,051,5981846.9%24$2,71127
      Property Tax$12,251290.0%31$231
      General Sales Tax$7,556,3261219.6%8$1,13511
      Individual Income Tax$5,435,2921914.1%30$81632
      Corporate Net Income Tax$1,025,498112.7%12$15414
      Other Taxes$4,022,2311810.4%34$60438
    Total Charges$3,549,814259.2%37$53335
    Own-Source General$2,177,424235.7%38$32742

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

State Expenditures in 2017Value
($000)
RankPercent
Distribution
RankPer Capita
Expenditure
Rank
General$37,915,15617100.0% $5,69533
  Intergovernment$9,987,8531526.3%20$1,50024
  Direct$27,927,3031673.7%31$4,19438
    Public Welfare$13,919,4921236.7%5$2,09120
    Higher Ed.$6,427,2561217.0%7$96516
    Health and Hospitals$689,849351.8%47$10449
    Corrections$633,861231.7%43$9549
    Police$242,314200.6%34$3640
    Highways$1,636,972214.3%40$24643
    Interest$890,680152.3%14$13418
    Other$3,486,879239.2%42$52440

Source: Rockefeller Institute of Government, U.S. Census Bureau

Unemployment Insurance Tax in 2020NumberRank
Wage Base$9,50035
New Employer Rate %2.50%
Minimum Rate0.50%12
Maximum Rate7.40%19

Note: For Rhode Island, there is a range provided for the wage base. Please refer to the source (www.oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/content/sigpros/2010-2019/July2013.pdf).
Source: U.S. Department of Labor