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Published before For example, 29 4 2016
  • Early indicator estimates from the Wealth and Assets Survey: Attitudes towards saving for retirement

    Set ddata | Released on 4 August 2020

    Preliminary estimates for Great Britain from the Wealth and Assets Survey using attitudinal data around individuals' attitudes towards saving for retirement, not dependent on thorough checking and imputation methodology.

    Allweddeiriau: saving for retirement, debt burden, credit commitment, pensions, personal investments

  • Early indicator estimates from the Wealth and Assets Survey: Pensions

    Set ddata | Released on 4 August 2020

    Preliminary estimates for Great Britain from the Wealth and Assets Survey using attitudinal data on individuals' attitudes towards pensions, not dependent on thorough checking and imputation methodology.

    Allweddeiriau: saving for retirement, debt burden, credit commitment, pensions, personal investments

  • Early indicator estimates from the Wealth and Assets Survey: Bills and Credit Commitments

    Set ddata | Released on 4 August 2020

    Preliminary estimates for Great Britain from the Wealth and Assets Survey using attitudinal data on individuals' attitudes towards bills and credit commitments, not dependent on thorough checking and imputation methodology.

    Allweddeiriau: saving for retirement, debt burden, credit commitment, pensions, personal investments

  • Early indicator estimates from the Wealth and Assets Survey

    Set ddata | Released on 4 August 2020

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

    Allweddeiriau: saving for retirement, debt burden, credit commitment, pensions, personal investments

  • The effects of taxes and benefits on household income, provisional estimate

    Set ddata | Released on 22 July 2020

    Provisional estimates of income and inequality measures for financial year ending 2019, alongside historical data.

    Allweddeiriau: retired, household income, , income, household income, inequality, economy

  • Effect of taxes and benefits on household income: historical person-level datasets

    Set ddata | Released on 23 June 2020

    Main tables from the Effects of taxes and benefits on household income publication from 1977, including average incomes, taxes and benefits and household characteristics of all, retired and non-retired individuals and households in the UK by quintile and decile groups.

    Allweddeiriau: benefit in kind, disposable, expenditure, equivalisation, gini

  • Effects of taxes and benefits on household income: historical person-level datasets

    Set ddata | Released on 23 June 2020

    Data on the effects of taxes and benefits on household income publication from 2001, including average incomes, taxes and benefits and household characteristics of all, retired and non-retired individuals and households in the UK by quintile and decile groups.

    Allweddeiriau: benefit in kind, disposable, expenditure, equivalisation, gini

  • Effects of taxes and benefits on household income

    Set ddata | Released on 23 June 2020

    Average annual incomes, taxes and benefits, and household characteristics of retired and non-retired households in the UK. Data for financial years, by quintile and decile groups, country and region and tenure type.
  • Economic well-being estimates

    Set ddata | Released on 4 May 2020

    Full dataset of economic well-being indicators included or referenced in the quarterly release.

    Allweddeiriau: well-being, beyond GDP, economy, part-time workers, under-employment

  • Wealth and Assets Survey – financial resilience

    Set ddata | Released on 2 April 2020

    Data relevant to experimental statistics on financial resilience from round 6 of the Wealth and Assets Survey.

    Allweddeiriau: income shock, self-employment, retired, wealth, assets