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Income and wealth statistics for households2018



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The publication of Income and wealth statistics for households 2019 is postponed to February 2021. This is because the deadline for submitting the tax return for self-employed persons has been postponed, resulting in delayed availability of input data.

Income after tax for households by type of household, Median1
After tax median incomePercentage change2
20182017 - 20182013 - 2018
1Students not included
2In constant prices
All households524 2000.0-0.2
Singles under 45 years303 8000.90.4
Singles 45-64 years339 0000.10.0
Singles 65 years and older274 0000.11.6
Couples without children, oldest person under 45 years629 9001.40.9
Couples without children, oldest person 45-64 years792 1000.83.1
Couples without children, oldest person 65 years and older590 2000.12.1
Couples with children 0-6 years787 7000.5-0.4
Couples with children 7-17 years918 6000.51.1
Couples with children, oldest child 18 years and older1 029 4000.82.1
Single mother/father with children 0-17 years421 2000.0-2.3
Single mother/father with children 18 years and older566 6000.40.6