Social assistance benefits in cashOther
Income transfers by government or non-profit institutions to households on the basis of social security legislation. These are not financed by specific premiums but by general tax revenues.
Social benefits in cashOther
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions, financed by premiums (unemployment, disability, sickness, old age).
Social protection expenditure; functions, in kind or cash, means-testFigures
Social protection expenditure, ESSPROS Functions, support in cash or in kind, means-testing
Social assistance benefits in kindOther
Goods and services provided to households, based on social security legislation. These are financed by general taxes, and seen as government consumption rather than income transfers (e.g. individual rent...
Social security benefits paid in cashOther
Income transfers by government to households on the basis of social insurance financed by specific premiums.
Social security; key figures, number of benefitsFigures
Number of social security benefits Total number of benefits
Social Security Funds; revenue and expenditureFigures
Monthly cash based revenue and expenditure of the Social Security Funds according to EU directive 2011/85 (Sixpack).
Social assistance and reintegrationOther
Figures on (characteristics of) recipients of social assistance benefits in your municipality.
Government; Taxes and social contributionsFigures
Revenue collected from taxes and social contributions Types of taxes and social contributions
Work and Social Assistance Act (WWB)Other
Dutch law that came into force on 1 January 2004 providing social assistance. It replaces the National Assistance Act (ABW) and the
Central government; monthly cash based revenue and expenditureFigures
Monthly cash based revenue and expenditure of the Central Government according to EU directive 2011/85 (Sixpack).
Social provisions benefitsOther
Benefits paid to households by central and local government, not financed by premiums.
Social insurance benefitsOther
Benefits paid by social insurance institutions for unemployment, disability, sickness, old age etc.
Other private social benefitsOther
These are benefits paid by employers out of special reserves, which are segregated from their other reserves.
Social security benefits in kindOther
Goods and services provided to households, based on social security legislation. These are mainly financed by premiums, and seen as government consumption rather than income transfers.
Reference year for social benefitsOther
Measure for the average number of benefits in a given period, calculated as the number of days in a year in which benefits were paid divided by the number of working days in that year.
Brief survey description: social protection benefitsOther
Statistics about social protection benefits make up an important part of the European System of Social Protection Statistics (ESSPROS) programme.
National Assistance Act (ABW)Other
Law rescinded on 1 January 2004 and replaced by the Work and Social Assistance Act (WWB) . It was a social provision for financial support to people who did not have the means to support themselves. In...
Social security fraudOther
Receiving too much in benefits or benefits to which one is not entitled after having provided incorrect or incomplete information or after withholding information that is relevant to the decision-making...
Social benefits that are not insurance based as there are no premiums to be paid. The provision is financed directly from public funds.
Employers' direct benefitsOther
Payments by employers to (former) employees, directly without involvement of the social funds.
Social insurance dayOther
Day for which employees are paid wages, including days on which employees receive benefits due to illness, disability or unemployment.
Contractual social premiumsOther
The employer’s contribution paid in the framework of insuring pensions for employees and the premiums for additional disablement and unemployment insurance, sick leave benefits and social funds (excluding...