Real Disposable Income is the measure of growth (inflation) of the total amount of money that is available to U.S. consumers or households to use and spend after taxes measured in billions of dollars. Year-over-year change (RPDIMG.USA) is a percent change in RPDI from the same month in the previous year. RPDIM.USA gives a monthly breakout for the estimate.
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Real Disposable Incomes tell an estimate of households’ capacity of spending and saving.