Longitudinal Administrative Databank (LAD)

Low income entry rate of population, proportion

Low income entry rate refers to the proportion of tax filers who entered low income in a given year among the filers who were not in low income the previous year. The low income measure (LIM) is used to identify low income tax filers. The LIM threshold is calculated as half of the median of the adjusted income of all tax filers and their family members.

Population refers to the total membership, based on specific characteristics, of a group of people, objects or events at a given time and within a particular geographic area.

The data for this variable are reported using the following measurements:

  • Percentage
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