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Footnotes: (4) In an effort to expedite the release of alternative income and poverty estimates, capital gains and losses were not estimated for 2008 or 2009. (5) Government nonmeans-tested income includes social security, unemployment compensation, workers' compensation, veterans' payments other than pensions, government retirement/survivor pensions and annuities, government disability pensions, governmental educational assistance and economic stimulus payments. For 2009, government nonmeans-tested income does not include Economic Recovery Payments. The impact of these payments can be seen by comparing the results in the final two columns (1b and 1c). For 2008, the economic stimulus payments are included with nonmeans-tested government cash transfers even though they began to phase out for single filers with adjusted gross incomes (AGI) over $75,000 and joint filers with AGI over $150,000. (6) Economic Recovery Payments were assigned to all persons who received benefits from the Social Security Administration, disabled veterans receiving benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs and those receiving benefits from the Railroad Retirement Board.