Thank you for your answer to my question. But I’m only asking for the most recent years: 2003 and on. It states that the top code is the 99.5% percentile for the state. Let’s just use incwage, 2016, and California as the example. It stays the top code value for incwage is $504,000. I also noticed the second highest income wage (incwage) for California in 2016 was 300,000. What I am asking is what percent of values are affected by the Top Code? All values above $300,000? what percent of values or method did you use to determine what values are affected by the Top Code? The second part of my question involves the top code. It says it is the 99.5 percentile. Which I interpret as the median of the top one percent, but then in the documentation you use the term that the Top Code is the mean of the values affected by the Top Code. Is the Top Code a mean or median value? I apologize if my question’s answer is apparent in your documentation, but I can’t see to confirm this. Thank you for your help explaining how the Top Code works. And if for privacy reasons you can’t go into this specific detail, I understand.