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Icon: Income Level - EliteElite Income > $200,000

Economic Cohorts classifies consumers into clusters based on a multi-dimensional framework including financial capacity, estimated income and householder demographics. The clusters are then placed into standard groups within broad income ranges.  All clusters in the ‘Elite Income’ tier show estimated household income values above $200K.

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Group M
Young | Age < 35

M64. Big Shots: Young Upmarket Urbanites
Ambitious, upscale city dwellers. Rent or own apartments in fashionable downtown districts. Very high income, high discretionary spending. Well-managed credit. Tech savvy. Enjoy active adventures.

% of HHs: 0.43%
Income: $242.5K
Spending: $217.8K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: Family/Single w/KidsIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group N
Working Years | Age 35-54

N65. Careers First: Urbanites
Hardworking, very affluent professionals in upscale inner city districts. Some with kids. Homeowners. High discretionary spending compared to peers. Well-managed credit. Financially sophisticated.

% of HHs: 1.18%
Income: $241K
Spending: $159.8K
Credit Use: Low

Icon: CoupleIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group N
Working Years | Age 35-54

N66. Executive Spenders: Suburban Families
Affluent, active families with kids. Upscale suburbs. High income and discretionary spending. Well-managed credit; many expenses. Highly-educated.

% of HHs: 0.93%
Income: $275.4K
Spending: $173.8K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: FamilyIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group N
Working Years | Age 35-54

N67. Executive Spenders: Suburban Couples
Well-educated professionals in upscale suburbs. High discretionary spending. Materialistic. Well-planned investments. Credit active; credit well managed.

% of HHs: 0.37%
Income: $556.8K
Spending: $381.3K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: FamilyIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group O
Pre-Retirement | Age 55-64

O68. Corner Offices: Executive Urbanites
High-earning, pre-retirement professionals. No kids/empty nests. Affluent, big city areas. Sophisticated investors and consumers. Discretionary spending accounts for almost half their ample income. Credit active. Cultured.

% of HHs: 1%
Income: $243.4K
Spending: $154.3K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: CoupleIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group O
Pre-Retirement | Age 55-64

O69. Champagne Tastes: Executive Empty Nesters
Highly-educated couples in the best suburbs. Enjoying their wealth. Very high income and discretionary spending. Financially sophisticated and active. Living well.

% of HHs: 0.27%
Income: $518.5K
Spending: $307.4K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: CoupleIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group P
Retired | Age 65+

P70. Flush Funds: Wealthy Urban Seniors
Very well-off retirees in upscale city neighborhoods. Financially conservative savers. High income from well-planned investments. Relatively low credit use. Enjoying retirement. Brands matter.

% of HHs: 0.72%
Income: $232.3K
Spending: $151.6K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: CoupleIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Many Lines of Credit – Low Use

Group P
Retired | Age 65+

P71. Diamonds and Pearls: Wealthiest Retirees
Married seniors with high incomes. Best suburbs. Very high discretionary spenders, especially on travel. Very ample, diversified financial resources, professionally managed. Luxury retirement.

% of HHs: 0.24%
Income: $327.4K
Spending: $303.6K
Credit Use: Very Low

Icon: CoupleIcon: High Spending $65K+Icon: Some Lines of Credit – Low Use