Disposable income is the amount of money, private households have for consumption and for the allocation of savings.
It is calculated by adding monetary social transfers (pension, unemployment benefits and other transfers) to the primary income and subtracting the all taxes and government insurances imposed on households. The primary income of households includes all income from employment and capital income.
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