Income and wealth statistics for households

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04733: Income account for households, by type of household. Average per household (NOK) (closed series) 2002 - 2004

Jon Epland, Statistics Norway
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Frøydis Strøm, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 317
2006-05-19 10:00
Statistics Norway
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type of household

Private households consiting of single persons living alone under the age of 18 are not included in the data. Most of these persons are probably wrongly classified due to errors in input data. Some may be persons living with adults other than their parents, for instance foster children and and persons living in orphan homes.
Couples included married couples, cohabiting couples and registered partners.

income component

Other transfers

Other transfers comprise taxfree transfers like basic and attandance benefit, maternity grant, childcare benefit and education benefit.

Negative transfers

Negative transfers contains maintance and contribution to private and public pension schemes (jobrelated).