Regional accounts; transactions of the sector households 1995-2011

Regional accounts; transactions of the sector households 1995-2011

Regions Periods Transactions in mln euro Primary distribution of income account Resources Mixed income (net) (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Primary distribution of income account Resources Compensation of employees (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Primary distribution of income account Resources Property income (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Primary distribution of income account Uses Property income (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Primary distribution of income account Uses Primary income (net) (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Resources Primary income (net) (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Resources Social benefits (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Resources Other current transfers (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Uses Current taxes on income and wealth (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Uses Social contributions (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Uses Other current transfers (mln euro) Transactions in mln euro Secondary distribution of income account Uses Disposable income (net) (mln euro)
Netherlands 1995 26,016 155,847 40,208 12,261 209,810 209,810 63,833 10,227 27,545 86,031 11,767 158,527
Netherlands 1996 27,329 161,903 40,851 11,727 218,356 218,356 65,469 10,769 27,603 88,018 12,807 166,166
Netherlands 1997 30,262 171,272 43,995 13,279 232,250 232,250 66,093 11,762 26,037 93,244 13,884 176,940
Netherlands 1998 31,548 183,916 46,740 14,884 247,320 247,320 66,616 13,255 26,860 98,571 15,067 186,693
Netherlands 1999 32,619 197,214 48,918 17,232 261,519 261,519 69,230 14,433 28,313 106,267 16,435 194,167
Netherlands 2000 35,395 211,596 51,939 21,083 277,847 277,847 71,657 15,495 30,427 111,669 17,705 205,198
Netherlands 2001 36,592 227,243 53,500 20,818 296,517 296,517 75,832 16,910 32,443 111,066 19,343 226,407
Netherlands 2002 34,897 238,501 52,605 20,071 305,932 305,932 79,946 19,501 36,735 114,892 22,217 231,535
Netherlands 2003 33,794 245,075 48,339 17,987 309,221 309,221 82,998 21,172 36,328 122,151 24,005 230,907
Netherlands 2004 34,248 250,018 48,364 18,247 314,383 314,383 85,479 21,729 34,932 126,943 25,139 234,577
Netherlands 2005 35,501 252,932 52,897 18,760 322,571 322,571 87,427 21,637 39,702 127,833 25,543 238,556
Netherlands 2006 40,533 262,992 54,865 24,950 333,440 333,440 92,386 18,364 42,651 133,229 22,079 246,231
Netherlands 2007 45,989 276,453 63,047 31,427 354,062 354,062 91,991 19,318 47,855 138,217 23,100 256,199
Netherlands 2008 46,965 289,663 61,868 33,680 364,816 364,816 96,167 19,609 48,914 148,633 22,892 260,153
Netherlands 2009 35,063 293,678 44,715 19,842 353,614 353,614 100,746 21,853 55,443 139,754 26,352 254,664
Netherlands 2010 33,371 296,158 39,697 17,190 352,036 352,036 105,680 22,583 56,588 139,781 25,496 258,434
Netherlands 2011 37,059 301,112 45,059 19,885 363,345 363,345 108,609 21,466 55,218 149,100 24,806 264,296
North-Netherlands 1995 3,072 13,772 3,723 1,201 19,366 19,366 6,838 1,088 2,363 8,018 1,240 15,672
North-Netherlands 1996 3,038 14,436 3,876 1,133 20,216 20,216 6,917 1,142 2,365 8,252 1,347 16,310
North-Netherlands 1997 3,150 15,190 4,164 1,262 21,242 21,242 6,994 1,241 2,133 8,694 1,454 17,197
North-Netherlands 1998 3,513 16,249 4,416 1,453 22,725 22,725 7,050 1,400 2,194 9,163 1,588 18,231
North-Netherlands 1999 3,648 17,317 4,739 1,649 24,055 24,055 7,357 1,531 1,887 9,925 1,740 19,391
North-Netherlands 2000 3,819 18,571 5,067 2,018 25,440 25,440 7,402 1,639 2,075 10,408 1,870 20,128
North-Netherlands 2001 4,155 19,940 4,617 2,087 26,625 26,625 7,979 1,806 2,529 10,333 2,047 21,501
North-Netherlands 2002 3,624 21,019 4,681 1,854 27,470 27,470 8,233 1,946 2,902 10,446 2,299 22,003
North-Netherlands 2003 3,685 21,605 4,357 1,684 27,962 27,962 8,689 2,140 2,798 11,202 2,474 22,317
North-Netherlands 2004 3,648 21,804 4,571 1,687 28,336 28,336 9,059 2,065 2,890 11,615 2,536 22,418
North-Netherlands 2005 3,706 21,880 4,930 1,711 28,805 28,805 9,160 2,040 3,020 11,734 2,543 22,705
North-Netherlands 2006 4,067 22,460 5,824 2,227 30,123 30,123 9,934 1,607 4,826 12,588 2,217 22,032
North-Netherlands 2007 4,614 23,477 5,931 2,822 31,201 31,201 9,563 1,635 3,521 12,327 2,312 24,238
North-Netherlands 2008 4,709 24,577 5,816 3,021 32,122 32,122 9,990 1,659 3,595 13,246 2,290 24,594
North-Netherlands 2009 3,535 25,220 4,256 1,764 31,247 31,247 9,241 1,791 4,279 12,520 2,683 22,798
North-Netherlands 2010 3,278 25,422 3,720 1,529 30,891 30,891 9,686 1,825 4,328 12,501 2,601 22,971
North-Netherlands 2011 3,640 25,847 4,223 1,769 31,942 31,942 9,954 1,735 4,224 13,335 2,531 23,542
East-Netherlands 1995 5,515 30,478 7,589 2,488 41,095 41,095 12,481 2,021 5,036 16,829 2,345 31,387
East-Netherlands 1996 5,589 31,727 7,801 2,390 42,728 42,728 12,894 2,124 5,040 17,368 2,549 32,788
East-Netherlands 1997 6,449 33,552 8,615 2,767 45,849 45,849 13,070 2,337 4,725 18,430 2,789 35,312
East-Netherlands 1998 6,362 36,098 9,153 3,111 48,502 48,502 13,177 2,640 4,904 19,438 3,018 36,960
East-Netherlands 1999 6,970 38,656 9,816 3,650 51,792 51,792 13,571 2,880 4,835 21,017 3,297 39,093
East-Netherlands 2000 7,377 41,471 10,199 4,414 54,632 54,632 14,096 3,095 5,226 22,092 3,554 40,950
East-Netherlands 2001 7,612 44,704 10,408 4,393 58,330 58,330 14,988 3,393 5,942 21,984 3,893 44,893
East-Netherlands 2002 7,091 47,388 9,794 4,182 60,091 60,091 15,641 3,829 6,823 22,732 4,433 45,573
East-Netherlands 2003 6,702 49,156 9,581 3,757 61,682 61,682 16,389 4,167 6,695 24,388 4,765 46,390
East-Netherlands 2004 6,689 50,484 9,732 3,800 63,104 63,104 16,841 4,215 6,214 25,657 4,967 47,322
East-Netherlands 2005 7,172 50,665 11,072 3,956 64,953 64,953 17,405 4,198 7,060 25,833 5,041 47,964
East-Netherlands 2006 8,195 52,865 10,449 5,277 66,232 66,232 18,403 3,377 7,255 26,860 4,346 49,551
East-Netherlands 2007 9,353 55,578 12,670 6,599 71,002 71,002 18,386 3,533 8,663 27,942 4,560 51,756
East-Netherlands 2008 9,561 58,296 12,442 7,081 73,231 73,231 19,243 3,591 8,863 30,081 4,524 52,609
East-Netherlands 2009 7,075 58,697 8,901 4,107 70,566 70,566 20,286 3,932 10,070 28,108 5,290 51,315
East-Netherlands 2010 6,918 59,080 7,645 3,570 70,073 70,073 21,298 3,959 10,200 28,148 5,111 51,871
East-Netherlands 2011 7,682 60,068 8,678 4,130 72,298 72,298 21,888 3,763 9,953 30,025 4,972 53,000
West-Netherlands 1995 11,656 77,598 20,643 5,857 104,041 104,041 30,609 4,920 14,465 42,372 5,670 77,062
West-Netherlands 1996 11,931 80,690 20,666 5,394 107,893 107,893 31,435 5,179 14,575 43,164 6,145 80,621
West-Netherlands 1997 13,619 85,261 21,973 6,202 114,651 114,651 31,666 5,642 13,866 45,612 6,639 85,842
West-Netherlands 1998 14,647 91,684 23,527 6,906 122,952 122,952 31,991 6,354 14,346 48,338 7,216 91,398
West-Netherlands 1999 15,008 98,155 24,156 8,066 129,253 129,253 33,375 6,904 16,169 52,027 7,837 93,498
West-Netherlands 2000 15,731 105,799 25,419 9,754 137,195 137,195 34,524 7,401 17,203 54,784 8,435 98,698
West-Netherlands 2001 16,115 114,033 27,558 9,600 148,105 148,105 36,299 7,731 17,517 54,770 9,231 110,616
West-Netherlands 2002 16,513 119,607 27,616 9,581 154,155 154,155 38,650 9,306 19,635 57,329 10,760 114,388
West-Netherlands 2003 15,940 122,848 24,449 8,544 154,693 154,693 39,718 10,020 19,706 60,649 11,695 112,382
West-Netherlands 2004 16,269 125,193 24,013 8,749 156,727 156,727 41,048 10,030 19,169 62,765 12,322 113,549
West-Netherlands 2005 16,693 128,081 26,055 8,980 161,849 161,849 41,974 10,030 22,122 63,449 12,631 116,777
West-Netherlands 2006 19,547 132,943 26,971 12,020 167,441 167,441 43,887 8,260 22,743 65,785 10,922 120,138
West-Netherlands 2007 22,028 140,312 31,174 15,232 178,282 178,282 45,140 8,966 26,530 69,024 11,514 125,321
West-Netherlands 2008 22,494 146,986 30,587 16,322 183,663 183,663 47,186 9,103 27,112 74,212 11,409 127,241
West-Netherlands 2009 16,753 149,831 22,529 9,679 179,433 179,433 51,643 9,607 30,322 72,003 12,838 125,520
West-Netherlands 2010 15,948 151,363 20,208 8,391 179,128 179,128 54,264 9,941 31,107 72,146 12,405 127,674
West-Netherlands 2011 17,710 153,895 22,937 9,707 184,836 184,836 55,768 9,449 30,354 76,956 12,069 130,674
South-Netherlands 1995 5,773 33,683 8,218 2,716 44,957 44,957 13,905 2,198 5,642 18,661 2,512 34,245
South-Netherlands 1996 6,771 34,755 8,476 2,810 47,192 47,192 14,224 2,325 5,587 19,094 2,766 36,294
South-Netherlands 1997 7,044 36,968 9,210 3,048 50,175 50,175 14,363 2,543 5,279 20,366 3,001 38,435
South-Netherlands 1998 7,026 39,572 9,612 3,415 52,795 52,795 14,397 2,860 5,387 21,495 3,245 39,924
South-Netherlands 1999 6,993 42,767 10,169 3,866 56,063 56,063 14,927 3,119 5,390 23,155 3,561 42,004
South-Netherlands 2000 8,468 45,434 11,216 4,896 60,221 60,221 15,636 3,360 5,891 24,242 3,845 45,239
South-Netherlands 2001 8,711 48,230 10,880 4,738 63,082 63,082 16,566 3,979 6,422 23,836 4,172 49,198
South-Netherlands 2002 7,667 50,136 10,483 4,454 63,832 63,832 17,422 4,420 7,339 24,233 4,725 49,378
South-Netherlands 2003 7,467 51,152 9,926 4,002 64,543 64,543 18,201 4,845 7,098 25,774 5,070 49,647
South-Netherlands 2004 7,642 52,067 10,017 4,012 65,714 65,714 18,531 5,419 6,621 26,737 5,314 50,992
South-Netherlands 2005 7,930 52,306 10,841 4,113 66,963 66,963 18,889 5,370 7,500 26,817 5,328 51,111
South-Netherlands 2006 8,724 54,724 11,621 5,426 69,644 69,644 20,163 5,120 7,827 27,996 4,594 54,510
South-Netherlands 2007 9,994 56,579 13,235 6,774 73,034 73,034 18,902 5,184 9,094 28,741 4,714 54,572
South-Netherlands 2008 10,201 59,243 12,981 7,255 75,207 75,207 19,748 5,255 9,290 30,887 4,669 55,377
South-Netherlands 2009 7,700 59,392 9,002 4,291 71,803 71,803 19,576 6,522 10,717 26,938 5,541 54,707
South-Netherlands 2010 7,227 59,749 8,101 3,700 71,378 71,378 20,432 6,858 10,896 26,800 5,379 55,592
South-Netherlands 2011 8,026 60,749 9,195 4,280 73,690 73,690 20,999 6,519 10,632 28,587 5,234 56,754
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table the Regional accounts; transactions of the sector households, describes the primary and secondary income distribution of the section households. The transactions within the primary and secondary income distribution are breakdown by resources and uses (earnings and expenses).

Data available from: 1995 to 2011.

Status of the figures:
The data from 1995 onwards are final. The figures for the last year are revised provisional. Because this table is discontinued, figures will not be updated anymore.

Changes as of February 13th 2015:
None, this table is discontinued.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore.
This table is replaced by table Regional accounts; Transactions of the sector households, region. See paragraph 3.

Description topics

Transactions in mln euro
Change in the components of property (assets and liabilities) of the Dutch households. Amounts in million euro.
Primary distribution of income account
The allocation of primary income account describes the distribution of
value added over all participants (i.e. the suppliers of the production
factors labour and capital) in the production process.
Resources
Transactions received.
Mixed income (net)
Net mixed income is the operating surplus (excluding consumption of fixed
capital) that remains after deducting from the value added at basic prices the compensation of employees and the balance of other taxes and subsidies on production. The operating surplus of family enterprises is called mixed income, because it also contains compensation for work by the owners and their family members. Operating surplus also consists, in the case of households, of the operating surplus from housing services produced for own consumption by owner-occupiers.
Compensation of employees
Compensation of employees is the total remuneration paid by employers
to their employees in return for work done. Employees are all residents
and non-residents working in a paid job. Managing directors of limited
companies are considered to be employees; therefore their salaries are
also included in the compensation of employees. The same holds for
people working in sheltered workshops. Compensation of employees is distinguished between wages and salaries and employers’ social contributions.
Property income
Interest + Dividends + Withdrawals from income of quasi-corporations +
Reinvested earnings on foreign direct investments +
Income from land and subsoil assets.
Uses
Transactions paid.
Property income
Interest + Withdrawals from income of quasi-corporations + Income from land and subsoil assets.
Primary income (net)
All income a resident sector receives for participating directly in the production process and due to ownership of assets. Or for making the material non-produced asset available to another institutional unit.
+Mixed income (net)
+Compensation of employees
+Property income
Secondary distribution of income account
The distribution of secondary income account shows the redistribution of
income.
Resources
Transactions received.
Primary income (net)
All income a resident sector receives for participating directly in the production process and due to ownership of assets. Or for making the material non-produced asset available to another institutional unit.
+Mixed income (net)
+Compensation of employees
+Property income
Social benefits
Social benefits are transfers to households, intended to relieve them
from the financial burden of a number of risks or needs, such as
sickness, invalidity, disability, old age, survivors and unemployment.
Social benefits are classified in social security benefits, social
assistance benefits, private social benefits (o.w. pension benefits)
and unfunded employee social benefits.
Other current transfers
Other current transfers (resources) consist of Imputed social contributions, Non-life insurance claims and Other current transfers
n.e.c.
Imputed social contributions (self-employed).
Imputed social contributions represent the counterpart to the 'unfunded
employee social benefits' (less any employees' social contributions) paid directly by employers (self-employed) to their (former) employees.
Non-life insurance claims.
Non-life insurance claims represent the amounts which insurance
enterprises are obliged to pay in settlement of injuries or damage as a result of fires, floods, crashes, collisions, sinking's, theft, violence,
accidents, sickness, etc. These are paid for by residential and non-residential insurance companies to residential and non-residential policyholders.
Other current transfers n.e.c.
This transaction includes all transactions not mentioned before, that are
not capital transfer. This concerns particularly the current transfers
within the households.
Uses
Transactions paid.
Current taxes on income and wealth
Current taxes on income and wealth of households include all taxes,
which are periodically imposed on income and wealth, such as the
income tax, the wage tax, and the tax on net wealth of individuals.
Non-periodical levies, such as inheritance tax are defined as capital
transfers.
Social contributions
Social contributions include social security contributions, private social
contributions (o.w. contributions to pension schemes) and imputed social
contributions. Employers, employees, self-employed persons and inactive
persons pay these contributions.
Actually, the employers' part is paid directly to the insurers.
However, in the national accounts, the employers' contributions are
supposed to be part of primary income of households (i.e. the income
from direct participation in the production process). Therefore, in first
instance these contributions are treated as payments by employers to
households as compensation of employees, who are deemed to pay
them to the insurers in the income account.
Other current transfers
Other current transfers (uses) consist of:
Unfunded employee social benefits, Non-life insurance premiums and
Other current transfers n.e.c.
Unfunded employee social benefits.
These social benefits are directly paid by employers (self-employed)
to their (former) employees, without involving any social security fund. This includes payment during illness.
Non-life insurance premiums.
Non-life insurance premiums provide cover against damage as a result of fires, floods, crashes, collisions, sinking's, theft, violence, accidents, sickness, etc. These are paid for by residential and non-residential insurance companies to residential and non-residential policyholders. As the compensation of insurance services of non-life insurance enterprises is calculated by subtracting the claims from the premiums(actual premiums and premium supplements), it follows that the total non-life insurance premiums must equal the total non-life insurance claims of the insurance enterprises.
Other current transfers n.e.c.
This transaction includes all transactions not mentioned before, that are
not capital transfer. This concerns particularly the current transfers
within the household.
Disposable income (net)
Disposable income is the income which remains after the redistribution of primary income by compulsory or non-compulsory current transfers, such as taxes on income and property, social contributions and social benefits. Net in this case means excluding consumption of fixed capital. In practice this mainly influences the income of the self-employed.
Households could use disposable income for consumption and savings
Secondary income\ Disposable income
+Primary income
+Social benefits
+Other current transfers (net)
-Taxes on income and property
-Social contributions