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## 04755: Distribution of household equivalent income after taxes (EU-scale). Decile shares and cumulative decile shares (per cent) 1986 - 2022

Elisabeth Omholt, Statistics Norway
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Aurora Hattrem, Statistics Norway
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Jon Epland, Statistics Norway
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Lene Sandvik, Statistics Norway
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2023-12-19 08:00
Decile shares:
per cent
Cumulative decile shares:
per cent
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Negative amounts have been set to zero.
Student households and children below the age of 18 years who are living alone, are excluded.
Consumption units (EU-scale) have been calculated by giving the first adult in the household a value of 1.0, 0.5 for any additional adult (older than 16), and 0.3 for each child 0-16 years old.
Some minor income transfers was included in the data during the 1990s, e.g. basic and attandance benefits (1991) and child care benefits for single parents (1994).
Figures for 2020 were corrected on September 2, 2022. Salary compensation for those who are temporarily laid off ('lønnskompensasjon') was included twice in the calculation of total income, and thus figures for total income were about 7 billion NOK too high.