2901.0 - Census Dictionary, 2006 (Reissue)  
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Family Income as Stated (FINASF)

This variable is new for 2006. It allows family income to be calculated for families where only partial income details have been stated.

Family Income as Stated is the sum of the Individual Income (INCP) of each family member aged 15 years and over present in the household on Census Night who states their income. Families where one or more members aged 15 years and over are temporarily absent, or do not state their income are included in the calculation. Family income only applies to classifiable families in occupied private dwellings. Family income is not applicable to non-family households such as group households or lone person households; or to people in non-private dwellings.

The categories of Family Income as Stated (FINASF) include 'All incomes not stated'. This is used when no family member present (aged 15 years and over) has stated their income.

See also Family Income (FINF), Family Income Derivation Indicator (FIDF), Household Income (HIND), Household Income as Stated (HINASD), Income, Individual Income (INCP), Median income.

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