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US Consumer Unit Expenditures: Where Does the Money Go?

Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES TOBACCO* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding. Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES ТОВАССО* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding. Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES ТОВАССО* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding. Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES ТОВАССО* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding. Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES ТОВАССО* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding. Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES ТОВАССО* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding. Where Does the Money Go? The Department of Labor's latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S.consumer unit spends their annual paycheck. U.S.CONSUMER UNIT EXPENDITURES Average annual expenditures and percent of total: ENTERTAINMENT $2,698 FOOD $6,133 CASH CONTRIBUTIONS $1,821 READING $118 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES $457 5.4% 12.4% 3.7% TRANSPORTATION $8,758 0.2% Food at home $3,465 7% 0.9% Food away from home $2,668 5.4% INSURANCE, PENSIONS $5,336 Vehicle purchases (net outlay) $3,244 6.5% UNIT 17.6% (average) CONSUMER U.S. Age:48.8 10.8% Gasoline, motor oil $2.384 4.8% Pensions, Social Security $5,027 10.1% Number of vehicles owned:1.9 Number of persons in consumer unit: 2.5 Life, other personal insurance $309 0.6% Number of earners: Expenses, other transportation $3,130 6.3% Percent homeowner:67% EDUCATION $945 1.3 1.9% Income before taxes 0.7% - $63,091 APPAREL and SERVICES $1,881 3.8% AVERAGE ANNUAL EXPENDITURES ТОВАССО* $323 *incl.supplies Household furnishings, equipment $1,797 3.6% $49,638 1.2% Housekeeping supplies $639 1.3% PERSONAL CARE* $588 5.7% *products and services Shelter $10,023 20.2% Utilities, fuels, public services $3,477 7% Household operations $984 2% 1.6% HEALTHCARE $2853 34.1% HOUSING $16,920 MISCELLANEOUS $808 SOURCE: Consumer Expenditures (U.S. Dept. of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 2009) NOTE: Some breakdowns may not equal their totals due to rounding.

US Consumer Unit Expenditures: Where Does the Money Go?

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The Department of Labor’s latest survey provides a detailed look into how the average U.S. consumer unit spends their annual paycheck.

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