This chapter investigates the distribution of household income among the households of migrant workers. The investigation also compares the income of migrant households with that of the non-migrant households in the same area. The chapter addresses that the socioeconomic impact of migration and remittances at household levels in the context of a localized study in Bangladesh. In terms of reducing extreme poverty in Asia, certainly the East Asian nations have been ahead of South Asia. While poverty reduction has been a priority in Bangladesh under the Millennium Development Goals program of the UN since 2000, sanitation access was also a major goal. The two groups of households had relatively low levels of consumption inequality, with Gini ratios of 0.21 and 0.22. The chapter draws a reasonable conclusion that migration and remittances are having a major positive impact, in economic terms, among the rural migrant population in the study area.