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## 07894: Average debt and changes in average debt for households, by decile for total household income 2004 - 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
Debt (NOK):
NOK
Change (per cent):
per cent
Debt (NOK):
31.12.
Change (per cent):
31.12
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Per cents are calculated from not-rounded figures. Students not included. 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.