50 Datasets that are related to Income and wealth , sorted by release date
The values of any financial assets held including both formal investments, such as bank or building society current or saving accounts, investment vehicles such as Individual Savings Accounts, endowments, stocks and shares, and informal savings.
Allweddeiriau: Pensions, Debt, Finance, Property
The (self-evaluated) value of household contents, possessions and valuables owned, such as antiques, artworks, collections and any vehicles owned by individuals (including the value of any personalised number plates).
Allweddeiriau: Assets, vehicles, household goods,
The value of any pension pots already accrued that are not state basic retirement or state earning related. This includes occupational pensions, personal pensions, retained rights in previous pensions and pensions in payment.
Allweddeiriau: private, personal, defined contribution, , defined benefit
The effects of direct and indirect taxation and benefits received in cash or kind on household income, across the generations and by age.
Allweddeiriau: economy, income, generation, age, benefits
Rates of poverty and persistent poverty in 2017 are included for the UK and EU, including characteristics, measures of material deprivation and well-being.
Allweddeiriau: low income, deprivation, conditions, well-being
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 households in the UK by quintile and decile groups.
Allweddeiriau: expenditure, inequality, disposible, income, equivilisation
Supporting dataset using data from Census, Pay As You Earn (PAYE) and National Benefits Database. Tables contain data on earnings progression and geographic mobility from tax year ending 2012 to tax year ending 2016, broken down by characteristics such as age, sex, ethnicity, qualification level and local authority. The dataset also includes regression model output tables.
Allweddeiriau: pay growth, local pay, low pay, sex, ethnicity
Provisional estimates of income and inequality measures for financial year ending 2018, alongside historical data.
Allweddeiriau: inequality, gini, income distribution, nowcast, median
Model-based estimates of the proportion of households with mean weekly income lower than 60% of the national median weekly income, by middle layer super output area, England and Wales.
Allweddeiriau: inequality, deprivation, local, MSOA
Main tables from The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income publication for 1977 onwards.