34 publications that are related to Income and wealth , sorted by release date
Private pension wealth in Great Britain, April 2016 to March 2018, taken from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets Survey.
Allweddeiriau: active, preserved, in payment, contributions, gender gap
Household debt in Great Britain April 2016 to March 2018, taken from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets Survey.
Allweddeiriau: Financial, mortgages, loans, overdraft, debt
Main results from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets Survey covering the period April 2016 to March 2018.
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
Provisional estimates of median and mean disposable income for people in the UK for the financial year ending 2019.
Allweddeiriau: economy, income, wealth, household income, inequality
Provisional estimates of income inequality in the UK for the financial year ending 2019.
Allweddeiriau: Disposable, Equivalisation, Gini
Comparisons of persistent poverty between UK and other EU countries.
Allweddeiriau: low income, deprivation, conditions, well-being
The redistribution effects on individuals and households of direct and indirect taxation and benefits received in cash or kind analysed by household type, and the changing levels of income inequality over time.
Allweddeiriau: disposable, expenditure, equivalisation, gini, income inequality, benefits in kind
The effects of taxes and benefits on household income, financial year ending 2018: technical report (Latest release)Examines the coherence of the ETB figures with other comparable sources and analysis on the measurement of inequality.
Allweddeiriau: expenditure, inequality, benefits in kind, retired, gini coefficients
Using tax data to better capture top earners in household income inequality statistics (Latest release)Adjustments to deal with issues of under-reporting of UK top incomes. Builds on methods from the Department for Work and Pensions, using administrative data supplied by HM Revenue and Customs.
Allweddeiriau: inequality, administrative data, transformation