Teton County highest AGI

According to the data compiled from 2019 IRS tax returns, Teton County’s mean Adjusted Gross Income was not only the highest mean AGI in the nation for that year, it was also the first time any county eclipsed $300,000 in mean AGI in history.

“These are insane numbers.”

That’s how local economic analyst and Jackson Town Councilor Jonathan Schechter describes income figures for Teton County culled from IRS tax return data.

Average Income record

Jackson Town Councilor Jonathan Schechter weighs in on high income levels.

Contact Tim Woods at 732-5911 or town@jhnewsandguide.com.

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