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5 results for keyword:rent allowance

What is my spendable income?

A household’s spendable income is the net annual amount it has available to spend. In general terms, it is gross income minus premiums and taxes.

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Care and rent allowances continue to rise, childcare allowance lower again

Dutch central government paid just over 10.4 billion euros in income-related allowances for housing, health care and children in 2013. Spending on care allowances, in particular, rose, to 5.1 billion...

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Single people, one-parent families and pensioners account for most rent allowances

Over 1.1 million households in the Netherlands received a rent allowance in 2008. This cost the government nearly 2 million euro.

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Allowances for health care and childcare increase further

The Dutch government spent nearly 10 billion euro on income-dependent allowances for housing, care and childcare in 2009. This is half a billion more than in 2008.

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