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Income Inequality Hits Record Levels, New CBO Data Show

Incomes Rose $180,000 for Top 1 Percent in 2005 But Just $400 for Middle-Income Households

Real after-tax incomes jumped by an average of nearly $180,000 for the top 1 percent of households in 2005, while rising just $400 for middle-income households and $200 for lowerincome households, according to new data from the Congressional Budget Office.

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