Negative Factor Demand

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    IMPLAN Forum
    Hello. Thank you for your question. It will help us give you the best answer if you could tell us exactly which table you're viewing and which dataset year you are using. And are you using the Virginia state file?
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    Zachary Porter
    In Value Added, for proprietary income and/or other property income. Using 2011 Virginia state file. Thanks!
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    IMPLAN Forum
    We apologize, but we are still having trouble identifying which data you're referencing. In the current Virginia 2011 state file, computer systems design services (sector 372) has proprietor income of $1.04 million and other property income of -$784 million. In any case, proprietor income and other property type income can be negative because property owners can lose money, e.g. negative accounting profit. See the definition for proprietor income here: https://implan.com/index.php?option=com_glossary&id=177 and the definition for other property type income here: https://implan.com/index.php?option=com_glossary&id=175. Also, note that "property income" and payments to or by capital (the latter of which can be found in the IxC and IxI matricies under the Explore menu) are not synonymous in IMPLAN. Thank you for your patience!
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    Zachary Porter
    Sorry I wasn't very clear, but your response answered my question none the less - thanks!
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