AverageTextbox2 - note 1 net worth, assets, and debts by economic family type, where the major income earner is less than 65 years of age, Canada, 2016
|Couple families with children||Couple families without children||Lone mothers||Lone fathers||Unattached women||Unattached men|
|Private pension assets||210,000||360,000||66,000||122,000||113,000||82,000|
|Financial assets, non-pension||68,000||106,000||23,000||26,000||33,000||31,000|
|Equity in business||89,000||117,000||4,500Note E: Use with caution||41,000Note E: Use with caution||5,400Note E: Use with caution||25,000|
|Line of credit||13,000||12,200||6,000||22,000Note E: Use with caution||4,400||3,900|
|Credit card and installment debt||3,800||2,800||2,700||3,200Note E: Use with caution||1,510||1,810|
|Student loans||3,000||3,100||4,000||2,700Note E: Use with caution||2,500||1,520|
|Other debt||3,100||1,550||1,980Note E: Use with caution||3,200Note E: Use with caution||860||860|
E use with caution
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