Income and wealth statistics for households

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07780: Income account for households, by type of household. Average for all households 2006 - 2018

Variable overview
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Mandatory *
year
Mandatory *
type of household
private households
Mandatory *
Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Income from work (NOK) , Wages and salaries (NOK) , Net income from self-employment (NOK) ,

Selected 1 of total 36

year

Mandatory *
Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.2006 , 2007 , 2008 ,

Selected 1 of total 13

type of household

Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.All households , Living alone, person under 30 years , Living alone, person 30-44 years ,

Selected 0 of total 16

Optional variable

private households


Selected 0 of total 2

Optional variable
Number of selected data cells are:
(maximum number allowed is 300 000)
Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 300 000

Footnotes

Disability benefits includes permanent disability pension, preliminary disability benefits, time limited disability benefits and means-tested child supplement for receivers of time limited disability benfits (from 2007). Sickness benfits from the National Insurance Scheme. Holiday payments from sickness benefits are included (ca. 250 000 persons received only holiday payment from sickness benefits in 2008). 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. For new recipients of transitional benefits for single mothers/fathers from April 2014, the benefits will be taxed as wage. Figures for service pensions etc in 2011 and 2012 were corrected 30.3.2016. Figures for two or more-family households (2006-2012) and figures for other taxable transfers (2011-2012) were corrected 15.5.2019.
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.

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