According to the “Income, Earnings, and Poverty Data from the 2006 American
Community Survey” issued in August 2007, the ACS median household income in the United States for all households in 2006 was $48,451. Asian households had the highest median household income ($63,642) in 2006, followed by non-Hispanic White households ($52,375), Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander households ($49,361), and Some Other Race households ($38,372). Each of these race groups had a higher median household income than American Indian and Alaska Native households ($33,762). Black households ($32,372) had the lowest median household income among the race groups. Median household income for Hispanic households was ($38,747). Below, are links to other stats related to investment and savings?
US Census Bureau
2007 Ariel-Schwab Black Investor Survey
Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia - “Minority groups’ share of $10 trillion U.S. consumer market is growing steadily, according to annual buying power study from Terry College’s Selig Center for Economic Growth”