Income and wealth statistics for households

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10678: Average income account for households, by type of household (C) 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
Income from work (NOK):
NOK
Property income (NOK):
NOK
Transfers received (NOK):
NOK
Taxable transfers (NOK):
NOK
Sosial security benefits (NOK):
NOK
Tax-free transfers (NOK):
NOK
Familiy allowances (NOK):
NOK
Dwelling support (kr):
NOK
Total income (NOK):
NOK
After-tax income (NOK):
NOK
Income from work (NOK):
31.12.
Property income (NOK):
31.12.
Transfers received (NOK):
31.12.
Taxable transfers (NOK):
31.12.
Sosial security benefits (NOK):
31.12.
Tax-free transfers (NOK):
31.12.
Familiy allowances (NOK):
31.12.
Dwelling support (kr):
31.12.
Total income (NOK):
31.12.
After-tax income (NOK):
31.12.
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Optional variable
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 ,

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Optional variable
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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). For new recipients of transitional benefits for single mothers/fathers from April 2014, the benefits will be taxed as wage. Student households and children below the age of 18 years who are living alone, are excluded. Couples include married couples, cohabiting couples and registered partners. 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.

region

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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.

region

21 Svalbard

Svalbard is not defined as a county in the legal sense, but in official statistics Svalbard is treated in the same way as the other counties in Norway.