When it comes to income, what percent are you?

Oct. 20, 2011 at 12:55 PM ET

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People representing Occupy Wall Street and other groups hold a march on the Upper East Side of Manhattan to protest policies that they say favor the very rich.

The Occupy Wall Street movement has prompted a lot of talk lately about the 99 percent, the 53 percent and, of course, the wealthiest 1 percent of the population.

It may have gotten you wondering, when it comes to income, what percent am I?

A cool new tool from The Wall Street Journal asks you to enter your household income and then spits out your rank by wealth.

The tool defines household income as adjusted gross income plus other sources of money, such as Social Security benefits.

If you’re curious and feeling a little wonky, the IRS has tons more data on adjusted gross income, based on tax return filings. You can find it all here.

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