In 2019, the median value of gross reported income less personal income tax paid per taxable person was 9 539 € in Portugal, corresponding to an increase of +4.5% over the previous year. All municipalities followed this growth trend, but only one fifth had median values higher than the country: the 18 municipalities of the Área Metropolitana de Lisboa (AML), 19 municipalities in the Cento, 13 in the Alentejo, 7 in the Norte, 4 in the Região Autónoma dos Açores, 3 in the Região Autónoma da Madeira and only Faro in the Algarve. The three municipalities with the highest declared values were Oeiras (14 009 €), Lisboa (12 898 €) and Cascais (11 859 €).
In 2019, the P80/P20 ratio of gross reported income less personal income tax paid per taxable person – an indicator that reflects the number of times that income of the taxable person in the 80th percentile is higher than income of the taxable person in the 20th percentile – was 2.8 in Portugal and 50 municipalities scored a value higher than this reference, Lisboa (3.7), Porto (3.6) and Cascais (3.4) stood out with greater asymmetry. The lowest ratio observed was in Vizela (2.0).