AMHI

(redirected from Average Monthly Household Income)
AcronymDefinition
AMHIAugusta Mental Health Institute (Maine)
AMHIAverage Monthly Household Income (poverty assessment)
AMHIAmerican Morgan Horse Institute
AMHIAdolescent Mental Health Initiative (University of Pennsylvania Annenberg Public Policy Center)
AMHIAdjusted Median Household Income (Department of Housing & Urban Development)
AMHIAlabama Manufactured Housing Institute
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Elijah Marcial, vice president for marketing at TMPC, said the company is targeting customers aged 40 to 44 years old, are married and have an average monthly household income of P220,000 to P240,000 for the new Hiace Super Grandia.
The company is positioning the model for the affluent family with average monthly household income of P220,000 to P240,000 a month as primary market.
Additionally, the average monthly household income increased at 7.1 per cent per annum to reach RM6,958 in 2016 compared to RM264 in 1970, he added.
'For the GL Grandia Tourer and GL Grandia, our new variant, our target customers would have an average monthly household income of P140,000 to P160,000, while the Commuter Deluxe buyers would have an average monthly household income of P125,000 to P145,000.
Within the sultanate, the average monthly household income for Omani families rose by 83.9 per cent between 2000 and 2011 from RO637.53 to RO1,172.258.
Muscat : The average monthly household income of Omani families rose by 83.9 per cent between 2000 and 2011, from OMR637.53 to OMR1,172.258, according to a report released by the National Centre for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
Just plug in the property zip code and it immediately yields average rent for one- two-and three-bedroom properties, as well as average monthly household income and monthly applicant income.
While the average monthly household income is pounds 2,504 (pounds 30,048 a year after tax), consumers say they need pounds 3,939 (pounds 47,268 a year) to feel comfortable.
With an average monthly household income of Rs15000, there is a considerable variation in income distribution.
A family in Taipei, for example, is regarded as living under the poverty line if the average monthly household income is below NT$14,614 (US$471.42), average bank savings is less than NT$150,000 (US$4,839) per person, and the value of real estate owned is less than NT$5.5 million (US$177,419).
But as soon as average monthly household income exceeds about $1,000 - adjusted for purchasing power - consumption of essential goods and services tends to tail off in favor of discretionary items such as cars or fashion goods.
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