Correction

22 March 2022

Ongoing quality assurance identified a processing error relating to the dataset “The effects of taxes and benefits on household income, disposable income estimate” for financial year ending 2020. This primarily affected the wages and salaries component of original income, however a range of values across published tables have been impacted

After correcting this error, “Average household income, UK: financial year 2020” headline statistics show a revised household disposable income of £30,500 (up from the previously reported £29,900). 2019 timeseries data in this release were also impacted, with a revised household disposable income of £29,300 (down from the previously reported £29,900). Headline statistics for “Household income inequality, UK: financial year 2020” show a revised Gini coefficient of 35.4% (down from 36.3%). 2019 timeseries data in this release were also impacted, with a revised Gini coefficient of 36.0% (up from 35.5%). We apologise for the inconvenience caused.

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    Cyswllt:
  • Dyddiad y datganiad:
    28 March 2022
  • Cyhoeddiad nesaf:
    To be announced

About this Dataset

Average UK household incomes taxes and benefits by household type, tenure status, household characteristics and long-term trends in income inequality.

Edition in the dataset

Financial year ending 2021 edition of this dataset

Financial year ending 2020 edition of this dataset

Previous versions of this data are available.

Financial year ending 2019 edition of this dataset

Financial year ending 2018 edition of this dataset

Financial year ending 2017 edition of this dataset

Previous versions of this data are available.

Financial year ending 2016 edition of this dataset

Previous versions of this data are available.

Financial year ending 2015 edition of this dataset

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Paula Croal
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