Equivalised disposable income by region, housing type, age and type of household. Year 2012 - 2018
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Disposable income is the sum of all taxable and tax-free income minus taxes and negative transfers. The income includes gains/losses, that is, the gain/loss arising from a sale (realization) of assets, for example, stocks, mutual funds or real estate.
Incomes are equivalised, which means that the household disposable income is adjusted for household size by using a weight system. The unit of measurement is equivalised disposable income for persons.
Type of household gives the composition of the household and is broken down into Single (including Living alone), Cohabiting and Other household, all with or without children.
Type of household gives the composition of the household and is broken down into Single (including Living alone), Cohabiting and Other household, all with or without children.
The Percentage of all refers to the mean and median value for different groups reported as the value in relation to the mean och median value of the whole population (at the national level). For example, 126% means that a certain group has a disposable income that is 26 percent higher than the value of the whole population and 83% means that the income is 17 percent lower than the value of the whole population.

Contact and information

Information

Official statistics
Yes
Latest update
2020-01-29
Contact
Johan Lindberg, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 60 64
johan.lindberg@scb.se

Hans Heggemann, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 68 10
hans.heggemann@scb.se

Unit
Mean value, SEK thousands:
SEK thousands
Median value, SEK thousands:
SEK thousands
Mean value, percentage of value for all persons:
percent
Median value, percentage of value for all persons:
percent
Reference time
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Calendar year
Median value, SEK thousands:
Calendar year
Mean value, percentage of value for all persons:
Calendar year
Median value, percentage of value for all persons:
Calendar year
Data type
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Stock
Median value, SEK thousands:
Stock
Mean value, percentage of value for all persons:
Stock
Median value, percentage of value for all persons:
Stock
Price type
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Fixed Prices
Median value, SEK thousands:
Fixed Prices
Day adjusted
Mean value, SEK thousands:
No
Median value, SEK thousands:
No
Mean value, percentage of value for all persons:
No
Median value, percentage of value for all persons:
No
Seasonally adjusted
Mean value, SEK thousands:
No
Median value, SEK thousands:
No
Mean value, percentage of value for all persons:
No
Median value, percentage of value for all persons:
No
Basetime
Mean value, SEK thousands:
last updated year
Median value, SEK thousands:
last updated year
Creation date
2020-04-05
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden
Matrix
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