Income Data for Zip Codes: Estimate Your Customers’ Income

Income By Zip Code

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The Short Version:

Get the most current Census income data for your customers’ zip codes along with maps & comparison charts for free here:

The Long Version:

Louis C.K. once said “The only time you look in your neighbor’s bowl is to make sure that they have enough. You don’t look in your neighbor’s bowl to see if you have as much as them.” Video

While this is sound advice for your personal life, you do need to know how much money your customers make in your business life.

For example…

Let’s say that you are trying to decide between 2 sites to open a new business location. You want to attract the same type of customer to your new location that you currently attract to your existing locations. The majority of your current customers make between $50,000 to $75,000. Thus, you’d want to know how much money the residents near each of your 2 potential new location sites make. While income isn’t the only demographic that you’d look at in the above example, income statistics are 1 of 5 most popular data points that Cubit customers get for their businesses and real estate properties.

How to Quickly Get Income Data for Your Customers

  1. Go to:
  2. Click on your state.
  3. Search for your zip code. And click on your zip code.

You’ll get:

  • the most current US Census Data for
  • your zip code of interest, neighboring zip codes, the city & the county
  • median household income
  • average household income
  • per-capita income
  • high income household percentages
  • median household income by age of householder &
  • interactive maps of zip code boundaries

Please do me a favor.

Head over to the site: and look around.

If you find something confusing on the site, email me.

If you find something useful on the site, email me back. Anthony (the less verbose half of Cubit) worked hard to build this resource. And nice emails that come from you are more meaningful to him than any nice thing that I could say.

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