Get income data for Texas zip codes on this site.
per the most current (2021) Census data with at least 500 people and a reasonable margin of error
|Rank||Zip Code||Mean Income|
To identify the richest zip codes in Texas, we downloaded the most current income data from the US Census Bureau, excluded zips with fewer than 500 people, excluded the zips with margins of error greater than 50% of the income estimate and sorted by mean income. Click on the links above in the chart to see more income statistics for these wealthy Texas zips codes or learn more about the highest income zip codes in the US.
The following data are the most current income statistics for Texas from the US Census Bureau, are in 2021 inflation adjusted dollars and are from the American Community Survey 2021 5-year estimates.
|Householder under 25 years||$35,115|
|Householder 25 to 44 years||$72,082|
|Householder 45 to 64 years||$80,762|
|Householder 65 years and over||$49,599|
All income statistics for Texas are the most current, comparable income statistics available from the US Census Bureau and are from the American Community Survey 2021 5-year estimates. These values are in 2021 inflation-adjusted dollars and were downloaded on 8 December 2022.
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