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Total amount deposited in life-course savings schemes stable, more withdrawals
Employees saved 893 million euro in life-course savings accounts last year, approximately the same amount as in 2009. Withdrawals amounted to 233 million euro, an increase by 45 percent relative to...
Key figures by sector; National Accounts
Sector accounts; key figures Most important figures of institutional sectors
Government Finance Statistics; key figures
Revenue and expenditure, net balance and debt of the general government sector, in million euros and as a pecentage of GDP.
The amount of non-transferable deposits with resident banks, which is held in the Netherlands by the sector households and the sector non-profit institutions serving households.
Financial balance sheets and transactions by sectors; National Accounts
Financial balance sheets and transactions by economic sectors Sectors, balance sheets, assets and liabilities
Financial instruments: From-whom-to-whom matrices; National Accounts
Financial transactions between institutional sectors Sectors, balance sheets and transactions
The part of the gross wages deposited in the employee’s account for the save-as-you-earn scheme.
Deposits redeemable at notice - and with agreed maturity; Balance, mutations number of and interest payments.
Current transactions by sectors; National Accounts
Current transactions and balancing items of institutional sectors Sectors, resources and uses, balancing items
Government; financial balance sheet, market value, sectors
Financial transactions and balance sheet of the government. Financial instruments, assets and liabilities, stock and flows, sectors.
Government debt; debt instruments, counterpart sector, valuation, sectors
Total government debt and debt in foreign currency. Debt instruments, counterpart sector, face- and market value, sectors.
Public debt dipped below 50 percent of GDP at end of Q3 2022
The first three quarters produced a positive budget balance of 7 billion euros.
Government; Taxes and social contributions
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Online saving less popular
Last year, the average Dutch household had deposited 9,000 euro in Internet savings accounts, as against more than 10,000 euro at the end of 2006.
Company savings schemes less popular
Employees deposited 1.1 billion euro in company savings schemes accounts in 2006. This is 0.3 billion euro less than in 2005.
Withdrawals halve save-as-you-earn balance
The total amount on save-as-you-earn accounts was halved in 2005. Many employees saving through these schemes made use of the opportunity to withdraw their money prematurely.
Total amount deposited in life course schemes substantially down
Last year, the annual amount deposited in life course savings schemes was the lowest since the scheme was introduced in 2006. Employees deposited 786 million euro, i.e. a decline by 13 percent...
Bank savings more popular
The total balance in bank savings accounts of Dutch households was more than 7 billion euro on 31 December 2010. This is nearly three times the amount in these accounts twelve months previously.
Online saving very popular
Internet saving was booming in 2004. The total amount in Internet savings accounts exceeded 58 billion euro, 37 percent more than in 2003.
Bank savings schemes more popular
The aggregate amount deposited in bank savings accounts by Dutch households exceeded 2.4 billion euro at the end of 2009, approximately a fourfold increase relative to twelve months ago.
Popularity online saving further down
The aggregate amount deposited by Dutch households in online savings accounts exceeded 55 billion euro by the end of 2008, i.e. 11 billion down on the end of 2007.