Income figures are derived from the number of households, average number of persons (income) average per household and primary income, gross income, disposable income and disposable income standardized per household. Households are distinguished by the composition of household and by age and origin of the main breadwinner, main source of household income, housing situation, urbanization and province. For the Netherlands and its subnational areas, annual from 2000.
Primary income: includes both individual and household income earned, income from private business and property income. Income from employment comprises wage and salary workers and include employer contributions for social insurance (WW, SW, disability insurance, pension and ZFW), bonus, salary savings scheme and compensation of work which not in employment is made. The value of the private use an employer's car. Own income includes company profits. Property income comprises the sum of income from financial assets, income from property, and income from other assets, less interest paid.
Gross income: Primary income plus gross transfers received, which include:
Disposable income: Gross income minus:
Fee income transfers consist of transfers between households such as alimony paid to former spouses (o) t (e). Premium income consists of insurance premiums paid for social concern insurance, social security and private insurance schemes unemployment, disability and old age and survivors
Standardized disposable income: Disposable income adjusted for differences in size and household composition. This correction takes place using equivalency. In the equivalence scale, the resulting expression are conducting a joint household. Using equivalence of all incomes reduced to the income of a single household. In this way, the prosperity levels Household comparisons made. The standardized income is a measure of the prosperity of a household.
Personal income: Includes these components of gross income: Employment income, income from own business, benefit income insurance and welfare benefits (excluding allowances). Excludes these components: Income, child and receive related transfers such as housing benefit / rent allowance.
The data are subject to revisions.