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Effects of taxes and benefits on UK household income: financial year ending 2016

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The effects of taxes and benefits on household income

Average incomes, taxes and benefits and household characteristics of all, retired and non-retired households in the UK for the financial year ending 2016, by quintile and decile groups, country and region and tenure type.

Nowcasting household income in the UK

Provisional estimates of income and inequality measures for financial year ending 2017, alongside historical data.

Economic Well-being: Summary of Figures

Full datasets of indicators included or referenced in the Economic Well-being release.

Equivalised disposable household income

Average equivalised disposable income for all households

Households receiving more in benefits than paid in taxes

The percentage of households in the UK who receive more in benefits (both cash benefits and benefits in kind) than they pay in taxes (both direct and indirect), from 1977 to 2012/13.

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Effects of taxes and benefits on UK household income: financial year ending 2016

The redistribution effects on households of direct and indirect taxation and benefits received in cash or kind analysed by household type, and the changing levels of income inequality over time.

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Presents indicators that adjust or supplement more traditional measures such as GDP to give a more rounded and comprehensive basis for assessing changes in economic well-being.

Household disposable income and inequality in the UK: financial year ending 2016

Initial insight into key estimates of household incomes and inequality in the UK, along with analysis of how these measures have changed over time accounting for inflation and household composition.


Early indicator estimates from the Wealth and Assets Survey: attitudes towards saving for retirement, credit commitments and debt burden, July 2016 to Dec 2016

Preliminary estimates for Great Britain from the Wealth and Assets Survey using attitudinal data not dependent on thorough checking and imputation methodology.

Financial capability in Great Britain: 2010 to 2012

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Persistent poverty in the UK and EU: 2015

Rates of persistent relative income poverty for the UK are compared with other EU countries.

Family Spending: 2015

A report on the Living Costs and Food Survey 2014.

General Lifestyle Survey: 2011

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