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When they list the income of someone like Steve Balmer ($1,267,670) in wikipedia, is it the monthly or yearly income?

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    Yearly! Yearly! Yearly! Yearly! – mbhunter Jun 16 '11 at 20:34
  • This is Mr Balmer's Salary from Microsoft his income from Dividends and other investments is going to be a lot more salary != income – Neuromancer Jun 5 '18 at 22:59
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That is typically yearly income. In Balmer's case Microsoft is a public company and his salary and bonuses are listed in MSFT's 2010 proxy.

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In the US, salary discussions are almost always annual. Unless you're talking part time work with varying hours, then hourly makes more sense.

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The income listed are usually yearly salary.

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