Statistical Database
Income structure for equivalised disposable income for households by country of birth and number of years in Sweden. Year 2011 - 2018
Mark your selections and choose between table on screen and file format. Marking tips

For variables marked Select at least one value you need to select at least one value

observations Select at least one value

Total 2 Selected

type of income Select at least one value

Total 11 Selected


country of birth Select at least one value

Total 20 Selected


year Select at least one value

Total 8 Selected


Number of selected data cells are:(maximum number allowed is 150 000)

Presentation on screen is limited to 1 000 rows and 30 columns

Number of selected cells exceeds the maximum allowed 150 000
Read more about the survey Footnotes


The classification of region of birth refers to the latest reference year.
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.
Wage Wage is the sum of wage payments during the year. Sickness benefit paid for by the employer is included in wage. Business income Business income is calculated as surplus or deficit of business activities. Capital Capital is interest, dividends, capital gains and capital losses. Capital gains and losses consists of the gains or losses arising from the realization of assets, eg shares, funds or real estate. Pension Pensions are taxable pensions and consist of national retirement pension, occupational pension and private pension. Sickness and activity compensation If the ability to work is reduced by at least one quarter, people aged 19-29 are entitled to activity compensation whereas persons 30-64 years are entitled to sickness benefit. Sickness compensation, parental allowance, labour market assistance etc. Taxable positive transfers, such as compensation for sickness, parental allowance and labor market assistance. Also includes other taxable transfers such as care allowance and education allowance for PhD students.
General allowance General allowance are tax-free transfers, including national child allowance, maintenance support, student grants and student loans. Housing allowance Housing allowance consist of housing allowance for families with children, housing allowance for young people (younger than 29), housing allowance for pensioners and housing allowance for persons how are a recruit (military), are undergoing military training, or are in active service as part of total defence service. Taxes Final tax includes national and local income tax on employment and business income, tax on capital income, municipal property charge, national old age pension fee, social security charges, church dues as well as funeral fees and deductions. Other negative transfers Other negative transfers are paid child support, repaid student loans and deductions for pension insurance.
Other countries includes persons born in the Soviet Union.
Born in Sweden: All adults in the houshold are born in Sweden.
Foreign born: All adults in the household are born abroad.
At least one foreign born and at least one born in Sweden: At least one adult in the household is born abroad and at least one adult is born in Sweden.
Contact and information


Official statistics
Latest update
Johan Lindberg, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 60 64

Hans Heggemann, Statistics Sweden
+46 010-479 68 10

Mean value, SEK thousands:
SEK thousands
Reference time
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Calendar year
Calendar year
Data type
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Price type
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Fixed Prices
Day adjusted
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Seasonally adjusted
Mean value, SEK thousands:
Mean value, SEK thousands:
last updated year
Creation date
Responsible authority
Statistics Sweden