Income accounts sector households, region; national accounts 1995-2015

Income accounts sector households, region; national accounts 1995-2015

Periods Regions Transactions in million euros Primary distribution of income account Resources Mixed income (net) (million euros) Transactions in million euros Primary distribution of income account Resources Total compensation of employees (million euros) Transactions in million euros Primary distribution of income account Resources Total property income (million euros) Transactions in million euros Primary distribution of income account Uses Total property income (million euros) Transactions in million euros Primary distribution of income account Uses Primary income (net) (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Resources Primary income (net) (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Resources Total social benefits (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Resources Total other current transfers (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Uses Total current taxes on income and wealth (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Uses Total social contributions (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Uses Total other current transfers (million euros) Transactions in million euros Secondary distribution of income account Uses Disposable income (net) (million euros) Transactions per capita Primary distribution of income account Resources Mixed income (net) (euro) Transactions per capita Primary distribution of income account Resources Total compensation of employees (euro) Transactions per capita Primary distribution of income account Resources Total property income (euro) Transactions per capita Primary distribution of income account Uses Total property income (euro) Transactions per capita Primary distribution of income account Uses Primary income (net) (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account resources Primary income (net) (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account resources Total social benefits (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account resources Total other current transfers (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account Uses Total current taxes on income and wealth (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account Uses Total social contributions (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account Uses Total other current transfers (euro) Transactions per capita Secondary distribution of income account Uses Disposable income (net) (euro)
2010 Nederland 28,373 306,038 47,581 12,799 369,193 369,193 109,728 14,802 54,587 146,019 19,633 273,484 1,708 18,419 2,864 770 22,220 22,220 6,604 891 3,285 8,788 1,182 16,460
2011 Nederland 32,644 313,295 50,098 14,876 381,161 381,161 114,505 16,226 53,744 156,343 20,519 281,286 1,956 18,768 3,001 891 22,833 22,833 6,859 972 3,220 9,366 1,229 16,850
2012 Nederland 29,171 318,029 50,086 8,343 388,943 388,943 117,688 14,984 50,990 167,331 20,026 283,268 1,738 18,953 2,985 497 23,180 23,180 7,014 893 3,039 9,972 1,193 16,882
2013 Nederland 31,689 319,999 48,938 7,098 393,528 393,528 121,668 15,578 50,924 172,008 21,144 286,698 1,883 19,014 2,908 422 23,384 23,384 7,230 926 3,026 10,221 1,256 17,036
2014 Nederland 35,980 323,285 49,242 7,015 401,492 401,492 122,903 15,613 53,337 171,892 21,272 293,507 2,129 19,128 2,914 415 23,756 23,756 7,272 924 3,156 10,171 1,259 17,367
2015* Nederland 38,546 325,153 49,559 6,070 407,188 407,188 123,246 15,384 59,320 167,756 21,029 297,713 2,270 19,150 2,919 357 23,982 23,982 7,259 906 3,494 9,880 1,239 17,534
2010 Noord-Nederland (LD) 3,010 26,281 4,432 1,107 32,616 32,616 11,772 620 4,179 13,405 969 26,454 1,754 15,317 2,583 645 19,009 19,009 6,861 362 2,436 7,813 565 15,418
2011 Noord-Nederland (LD) 3,435 26,777 4,759 1,278 33,693 33,693 12,222 589 4,033 14,346 1,070 27,057 1,999 15,583 2,770 744 19,608 19,608 7,113 343 2,347 8,349 622 15,746
2012 Noord-Nederland (LD) 2,853 27,213 4,616 719 33,964 33,964 12,521 521 3,813 15,294 1,319 26,578 1,660 15,835 2,686 418 19,764 19,764 7,286 303 2,219 8,900 768 15,466
2013 Noord-Nederland (LD) 3,239 27,044 4,398 609 34,071 34,071 12,884 551 3,767 15,197 1,487 27,054 1,885 15,741 2,560 355 19,832 19,832 7,499 320 2,193 8,846 865 15,747
2014 Noord-Nederland (LD) 3,844 27,200 4,404 601 34,847 34,847 13,003 546 4,018 15,133 1,321 27,925 2,237 15,825 2,562 350 20,275 20,275 7,565 318 2,338 8,805 768 16,247
2015* Noord-Nederland (LD) 4,118 27,358 4,432 520 35,388 35,388 13,039 538 4,468 14,769 1,306 28,422 2,397 15,920 2,579 303 20,594 20,594 7,588 313 2,600 8,595 760 16,540
2010 Oost-Nederland (LD) 6,173 61,223 9,439 2,661 74,174 74,174 22,241 2,240 9,849 29,693 3,422 55,691 1,752 17,372 2,679 755 21,047 21,047 6,311 636 2,795 8,426 971 15,803
2011 Oost-Nederland (LD) 7,423 62,530 9,941 3,112 76,782 76,782 23,152 2,479 9,619 31,754 3,397 57,642 2,098 17,676 2,810 880 21,705 21,705 6,545 701 2,719 8,976 960 16,294
2012 Oost-Nederland (LD) 6,597 63,663 10,265 1,763 78,763 78,763 24,047 2,140 9,304 33,989 3,353 58,304 1,857 17,915 2,889 496 22,164 22,164 6,767 602 2,618 9,565 944 16,407
2013 Oost-Nederland (LD) 7,165 63,814 9,710 1,497 79,192 79,192 24,767 2,193 9,285 34,725 3,614 58,529 2,013 17,929 2,728 421 22,250 22,250 6,959 616 2,609 9,756 1,015 16,444
2014 Oost-Nederland (LD) 7,724 64,038 9,936 1,477 80,221 80,221 25,091 2,276 9,589 34,517 3,776 59,707 2,164 17,943 2,784 414 22,477 22,477 7,030 638 2,687 9,671 1,058 16,729
2015* Oost-Nederland (LD) 8,275 64,408 10,000 1,278 81,405 81,405 25,161 2,243 10,664 33,686 3,733 60,725 2,309 17,972 2,790 357 22,715 22,715 7,021 626 2,976 9,400 1,042 16,945
2010 West-Nederland (LD) 14,084 155,844 23,815 6,262 187,480 187,480 50,982 8,766 30,037 72,187 11,139 133,865 1,805 19,971 3,052 803 24,025 24,025 6,533 1,123 3,849 9,251 1,427 17,154
2011 West-Nederland (LD) 15,637 159,248 24,507 7,268 192,124 192,124 53,609 9,748 29,528 77,144 11,601 137,209 1,991 20,272 3,120 925 24,457 24,457 6,824 1,241 3,759 9,820 1,477 17,467
2012 West-Nederland (LD) 14,166 161,987 24,932 4,081 197,003 197,003 54,979 9,163 28,058 82,799 11,251 139,038 1,790 20,467 3,150 516 24,891 24,891 6,947 1,158 3,545 10,462 1,422 17,567
2013 West-Nederland (LD) 15,333 163,383 24,610 3,471 199,855 199,855 57,129 9,487 28,001 85,599 11,763 141,106 1,928 20,544 3,095 437 25,130 25,130 7,184 1,193 3,521 10,764 1,479 17,743
2014 West-Nederland (LD) 17,538 165,610 24,394 3,426 204,116 204,116 57,830 9,487 29,418 85,675 11,978 144,361 2,191 20,685 3,047 428 25,495 25,495 7,223 1,185 3,674 10,701 1,496 18,031
2015* West-Nederland (LD) 18,788 166,567 24,551 2,965 206,942 206,942 57,991 9,348 32,718 83,614 11,842 146,108 2,330 20,661 3,045 368 25,669 25,669 7,193 1,160 4,058 10,371 1,469 18,123
2010 Zuid-Nederland (LD) 5,106 62,690 9,895 2,768 74,923 74,923 24,733 3,175 10,522 30,733 4,102 57,474 1,429 17,551 2,770 775 20,976 20,976 6,924 889 2,946 8,604 1,149 16,091
2011 Zuid-Nederland (LD) 6,149 64,740 10,891 3,218 78,562 78,562 25,521 3,410 10,564 33,099 4,452 59,379 1,717 18,075 3,041 898 21,934 21,934 7,125 952 2,949 9,241 1,243 16,578
2012 Zuid-Nederland (LD) 5,555 65,166 10,272 1,780 79,213 79,213 26,142 3,160 9,814 35,249 4,103 59,348 1,546 18,137 2,859 495 22,047 22,047 7,276 879 2,732 9,811 1,142 16,518
2013 Zuid-Nederland (LD) 5,952 65,758 10,220 1,520 80,409 80,409 26,888 3,347 9,871 36,486 4,280 60,008 1,654 18,270 2,839 422 22,340 22,340 7,471 930 2,742 10,137 1,189 16,672
2014 Zuid-Nederland (LD) 6,874 66,436 10,508 1,511 82,308 82,308 26,979 3,304 10,312 36,567 4,197 61,515 1,906 18,420 2,913 419 22,821 22,821 7,480 916 2,859 10,139 1,164 17,056
2015* Zuid-Nederland (LD) 7,365 66,820 10,576 1,307 83,453 83,453 27,055 3,255 11,469 35,687 4,149 62,458 2,037 18,484 2,925 362 23,085 23,085 7,484 900 3,173 9,872 1,148 17,277
2010 Groningen (PV) 956 8,766 1,322 350 10,694 10,694 4,061 158 1,336 4,480 254 8,843 1,655 15,171 2,288 606 18,507 18,507 7,027 273 2,313 7,753 439 15,303
2011 Groningen (PV) 1,115 8,991 1,441 401 11,146 11,146 4,144 148 1,331 4,788 269 9,049 1,923 15,503 2,484 692 19,219 19,219 7,145 255 2,295 8,256 464 15,603
2012 Groningen (PV) 884 9,171 1,379 229 11,206 11,206 4,168 142 1,247 5,104 305 8,859 1,519 15,767 2,371 394 19,263 19,263 7,164 245 2,144 8,774 525 15,230
2013 Groningen (PV) 1,075 8,971 1,341 194 11,193 11,193 4,328 158 1,217 4,915 414 9,134 1,844 15,395 2,301 332 19,208 19,208 7,427 271 2,089 8,434 711 15,674
2014 Groningen (PV) 1,320 9,004 1,266 192 11,398 11,398 4,303 168 1,238 4,914 293 9,423 2,261 15,419 2,169 329 19,519 19,519 7,368 288 2,120 8,416 503 16,137
2015* Groningen (PV) 1,414 9,056 1,274 166 11,578 11,578 4,315 166 1,377 4,796 290 9,596 2,423 15,514 2,183 285 19,835 19,835 7,392 284 2,358 8,216 497 16,439
Source: CBS.
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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 up to and including 2015.

Status of the figures:
Data from 1995 up to and including 2014 are final, data of 2015 are provisional. Since this table has been discontinued, data of 2015 will not become final.

Changes as of January 18th 2019:
None. This table has been discontinued.
Statistics Netherlands has carried out a revision of the national accounts. New statistical sources and estimation methods have been used during the revision. Therefore this table has been replaced by table Income accounts of the sector households, region; National Accounts. For further information see section 3.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable anymore.

Description topics

Transactions in million euros
Amounts in million euros.
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. It is shown how wages and salaries of employees end up at those households to which they belong. This provides a statistical description on how the labour market (where individual employees are active) is related to different households groups. This information opens the door to further research on the dependence of the different household groups on demand and compensation of the different kinds of labour.
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.
Total 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.
Total 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.
Total property income
Interest + Withdrawals from income of quasi-corporations + Income from land and subsoil assets.
Primary income (net)
This is the balancing item of the allocation of the primary income account.
Secondary distribution of income account
The distribution of secondary income account shows the redistribution of income. The consequence of government policy on disposable income of household groups is shown here. The balancing item is disposable income by household group.
Resources
Transactions received.
Primary income (net)
This is the balancing item of the allocation of the primary income account
Total 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.
Total other current transfers
Total 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, sinkings, theft, violence, accidents, sickness, etc.
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 general government.
Uses
Transactions paid.
Total 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.
Total 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.
Total other current transfers
Total 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.
Non-life insurance premiums
Non-life insurance premiums comprise both the actual premiums payable by policyholders to obtain insurance cover during the accounting period, and the premium supplements payable out of the property income attributed to insurance policy holders, after deducting the compensation of insurance services. These premiums provide cover against damage as a result of fires, floods, crashes, collisions, sinkings, theft, violence, accidents, sickness, etc. 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 general government.
Disposable income (net)
Disposable income (excluding consumption of fixed capital) is the balancing item of the secondary distribution of income account. It shows for each sector its disposable income, which remains after the redistribution of primary income by compulsory or non-compulsory current transfers between the sectors.
Transactions per capita
The compilations of the per capita data is based on the total value per household type divided by the number of persons of that household type per region.
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. It is shown how wages and salaries of employees end up at those households to which they belong. This provides a statistical description on how the labour market (where individual employees are active) is related to different households groups. This information opens the door to further research on the dependence of the different household groups on demand and compensation of the different kinds of labour.
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.
Total 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.
Total 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.
Total property income
Interest + Withdrawals from income of quasi-corporations + Income from land and subsoil assets.
Primary income (net)
This is the balancing item of the allocation of the primary income account.
Secondary distribution of income account
The distribution of secondary income account shows the redistribution of income. The consequence of government policy on disposable income of household groups is shown here. The balancing item is disposable income by household group.
resources
Transactions received.
Primary income (net)
This is the balancing item of the allocation of the primary income account.
Total 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.
Total other current transfers
Total 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, sinkings, theft, violence, accidents, sickness, etc.
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 general government.
Uses
Transactions paid.
Total 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.
Total 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.
Total other current transfers
Total 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.
Non-life insurance premiums
Non-life insurance premiums comprise both the actual premiums payable by policyholders to obtain insurance cover during the accounting period, and the premium supplements payable out of the property income attributed to insurance policy holders, after deducting the compensation of insurance services. These premiums provide cover against damage as a result of fires, floods, crashes, collisions, sinkings, theft, violence, accidents, sickness, etc. 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 general government.
Disposable income (net)
Disposable income (excluding consumption of fixed capital) is the balancing item of the secondary distribution of income account. It shows for each sector its disposable income, which remains after the redistribution of primary income by compulsory or non-compulsory current transfers between the sectors.