U.S. Department of Commerce

2008 Nonemployer Statistics



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In 2009, Nonemployers maximum receipts cutoffs were changed. Click the link to access documentation and a comparison table showing the effect of these changes on 2008 Nonemployer Statistics.

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Nonemployer Statistics originate from tax return information of the Internal Revenue Service. The data are subject to nonsampling error such as errors of self-classification by industry on tax forms, as well as errors of response, nonreporting and coverage. Values provided by each firm are slightly modified to protect the respondent's confidentiality. For further information about methodology and data limitations, see Survey Methodology. For descriptions of column headings and rows (industries), click on the appropriate underlined element in the table.

Nonemployers
NAICS Detail Compare Areas NAICS code Description Firms Receipts ($1,000)
00Total for all sectors 113,522 4,678,389
11Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 9,277 452,355
21Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction 90 6,450
22Utilities 98 4,062
23Construction 20,668 1,082,633
31-33Manufacturing 2,501 85,016
42Wholesale trade 1,658 127,630
44-45Retail trade 9,689 399,160
48-49Transportation and warehousing 3,451 226,406
51Information 1,233 30,965
52Finance and insurance 2,067 151,992
53Real estate and rental and leasing 9,621 719,746
54Professional, scientific, and technical services 12,848 429,617
56Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services 7,856 167,170
61Educational services 2,668 34,306
62Health care and social assistance 8,367 226,530
71Arts, entertainment, and recreation 6,221 110,666
72Accommodation and food services 1,576 68,797
81Other services (except public administration) 13,633 354,888
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Source: U.S. Census Bureau, EPCD, Data in formats for downloading