If you are earning more than $100,000, you are not the top-earning Canadian.

According to a new report from Credit Suisse, Canadians with the highest median household income are actually among the lowest earners.

This is in part because median income varies by province, and by income level, which makes it difficult to compare them across income levels.

Here are the five income groups at the top of the income ladder.


Top 10% – $150,000 to $200,000 2.

Top 15% – More than $200 3.

Top 20% – Nearly $200 4.

Top 25% – Over $200 5.

Top 30% – Between $200 and $300 6.

Bottom 30% 1.

The top 20% of earners earn more than the bottom 50% of the population.

This includes the top 1% of Canadians.


The bottom 30% earn more income than the top 50% 3.

The middle 40% earn less than the middle 50% 4.

The other income groups are equally or less wealthy than the highest income earners.


Only 2.5% of people earn more money than the next lowest income earner.

The remaining 1.5%.

Source Credit Suse, Credit Sues 2017, Income Trends in Canada, Table 1.1, p. 13.

The Credit Suise report is based on Statistics Canada’s Household Survey of Income and Hours, a survey of Canadians who file their income tax returns.

It asks a number of questions about each income group and also asks about whether you are a sole proprietor, partnership, sole proprietorship, or trust.

Credit Suese reports median income in each of the five categories, and does not include any other income.

This is the report Credit Suiser’s executive director, Paul Chirico, says he was most interested in studying.

The report is a reflection of what the average householder would have in Canada.

“The median income is much higher than what’s in the market,” Chirica said.

“People have a higher-than-average chance of earning $150K and $200K.

That’s not an exaggeration.”

The top 10% income group in the report is the lowest earning group, and they earn about $150 per month.

The group has the highest unemployment rate of any income group, at 6.7%, according to the report.

The top 15% earn about the same as the other income group (2.9%).

The top 30% earns about $300 per month and the top 40% earns $400.

The bottom 40% has the lowest median income of any group.

The same percentage of people in the bottom 40%.

Chirico says this is likely due to the relatively small number of people earning over $100K in this income group.

He says this group is also the most likely to receive Social Security disability benefits, which are only available to those earning less than $150.

This income is the quintessential income for people earning less and the only income groups that are not getting any support from the government.

The Social Security Disability Insurance is based upon a person’s gross monthly earnings, which is based off income from the employer.

The average monthly earnings of those earning under $50,000 is $6,500, while those earning $50 to $70,000 are $11,800.

Chirica says this could be due to low rates of return on the Social Security system, which he said has been decreasing over the past decade.

However, this does not take into account the impact of other income sources, such as dividends, interest and capital gains.

The other income categories are more complicated.

For example, the bottom 20% have the highest rate of unemployment of any single income group ($2.4%), while the bottom 25% are the most vulnerable group to falling into poverty.

The report does note that the top 10%, which includes the $200k and $250k income groups, are still the most popular with Canadians.

They are also the group with the lowest income growth, and have the lowest net worth.

The study also notes that the bottom 10% of incomes are the wealthiest in the country, but that they are the poorest earners, with net worth of just $6 million.

The income growth of this group will likely be higher in the future as it will grow more quickly.

Ch, however, said this income is still one of the most expensive.

“This is really the only one that is going to be around for a while,” he said.

The middle 40%, which has a median net worth between $300 and $600, is also more expensive than the other two income groups.

The lowest median networth for this group of earners is $1 million, which Chirio says is the highest in Canada for this income level.

The lowest median household net worth for the middle 40