Always the Inequality :: Smartertimes.com

The article does a lousy job of explaining what counts as “income” for the purpose of the study. Does the value of employer-provided health benefits count? The value of subsidized housing? Food stamps? Social Security payments? Is it post-tax income or pre-tax income? Sure, a reader can click through to the actual study and try to figure it out for himself, but these are all relevant points, and the Times article just doesn’t deal with them.

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