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07778: Registered incomes for resident persons, by sex 2006 - 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
NOK million for resident persons:
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Registered resident persons:
NOK million for resident persons:
Registered resident persons:
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For recipients of new transitional benefits for single mothers/fathers from April 2014, the benefits will be taxed as wage. From the income year 2015, the benefits are included in Social security benefits.
Contractual pension in public sector (AFP) includes recipients of the former private contractual pension scheme (AFP).
Sickness benfits includes sickness benefits from the National Insurance Scheme and holiday payments from sickness benefits.
Other taxable transfers include benefits such as parental benefit, annuity, introduction benefits for newly arrived refugees and qualification benefits (from 2008).
Other tax-free transfers benefits such as childcare benefit to single parents, lump sum maternity grants, compensation for work injury, education benefit to single parents and received child support managed by public arrangement.
Negative transfers include paid child support managed by public arrangement, paid annuity and mandatory contribution to private pension plan.
Figures for service pensions etc in 2011 were corrected 30.3.2016.
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. In this table, students and people living in institutions are included in the population.

registered income

Unemployment benefits

In 2020, unemployment benefits includes salary compensation for those who are temporarily laid off. Advance payment of unemployment benefits is not included.