Family units and net worth, by net worth group (2005)
|All family units|
|Family units||Net worth1|
|thousands||%||millions of 2005 constant dollars||%|
|All family units' net worth groups2||13,348||100.0||4,862,486||100.0|
|Negative net worth||872||6.5||-12,751||-0.3|
|Less than $5,000||1,220||9.1||2,068||0.0|
|$5,000 to $14,999||854||6.4||7,762||0.2|
|$15,000 to $29,999||791||5.9||17,149||0.4|
|$30,000 to $49,999||602||4.5||23,235||0.5|
|$50,000 to $74,999||760||5.7||46,275||1.0|
|$75,000 to $99,999||583||4.4||51,702||1.1|
|$100,000 to $149,999||1,020||7.6||127,010||2.6|
|$150,000 to $249,999||1,487||11.1||293,647||6.0|
|$250,000 to $499,999||2,253||16.9||813,922||16.7|
|$500,000 to $999,999||1,807||13.5||1,233,616||25.4|
|$1,000,000 and over||1,098||8.2||2,258,851||46.5|
|Note:Family units: economic families (a group of two or more persons who live in the same dwelling and are related to each other by blood, marriage, common-law or adoption) and unattached individuals (a person living either alone or with others to whom he or she is unrelated). |
1. Net worth includes employer-sponsored registered pension plans valued on a termination basis.
2. Includes family units with net worth of $0.
Source: Statistics Canada, Survey of Financial Security (SFS).
Last modified: 2006-12-07.
To learn more about the results of this survey, see The Wealth of Canadians: An Overview of the Results of the 2005 Survey of Financial Security.
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