Providing a picture of wealth transfers between persons in the Netherlands. Wealth can be transferred from one person to another person through an inheritance or a gift.
Self-employed persons; income, wealth, characteristicsFigures
income, capital, substantial interest entrepreneurs, owner-managers
Integral income and wealth statisticsOther
Brief survey description Integral income and wealth statistics
Current taxes on income and wealthOther
Taxes levied directly on the income and wealth of individuals, the profits of companies and dividends paid abroad.
Inheritances; inherited wealth, characteristicsFigures
Inherited wealth of deceased persons Wealth components, marital status, sex
Slightly more children experiencing parental separationArticles
In 2019, the share of minor children (under 18) witnessing their parents’ divorce or separation stood at 1.5 percent. This is equivalent to nearly 49 thousand children, 6.5 thousand more than in 1999.
Wealth equals assets minus liabilities. Assets are mainly bank balances, shares, real estate, and business capital. Liabilities include debts incurred for the home and consumer credit. Own homes and other...
Welfare of households; key figuresFigures
Disposable and equivalised income, expenditures, wealth Origin and type of household, households with low income
Wealth of households; components of wealthFigures
Total, mean and median wealth of households household characteristics and components of wealth
Profit from enterpriseOther
Fiscal profit from enterprise plus the allowance for wealth and investments.
Profit from enterpriseOther
Fiscal profit from enterprise plus the allowance for wealth and investments
Obesity, smoking and drinking hardly down since 2018Articles
In 2021, half of the adult population in the Netherlands were overweight. This is the same as in 2018 at the start of the National Prevention Agreement.
Disposable income (rev. 1995)Other
Gross income minus - current transfers paid, - income insurance premiums, - health insurance premiums, - tax on income and wealth.
Income from wealthOther
Sum of the income from financial assets, income from real estate, and income from other property, minus interest paid.
Compulsory, non-periodical payments to the government. They are based on the wealth of taxable persons. In practise, they only cover the inheritance tax.
Payment for which no quid pro quo by the beneficiary is expected. It burdens the wealth of the payer, or is meant to finance fixed capital formation or other long-term expenditures of the receiver.
Receivers of inheritances(with tax-registration); characteristics receiversFigures
Received wealth from inheritances of deceased persons Sex, connection with the deceased person, age
People with low education and migration background have lowest levels of well-beingArticles
People in the Netherlands with low levels of education and those with a migration background have lower levels of well-being than those with higher education and those without a migration background.
Sector general governmentOther
The institutional sector of the economy that makes most of its output available for free or for prices that are not economically significant. The costs are mainly financed from payments by units from other...
Compulsory payments, without direct quid pro quo, imposed by the national government or institutions of the European Union or by foreign governments (1) because of the production of goods and services,...
Wealth distribution of households; National AccountsFigures
Wealth distribution of households Characteristics of households
Income, consumption, wealth of households: key figures; National AccountsFigures
Keyfigures on income, expenditure and net worth of households Source of income, living situation, househould compositon, age and income
Sector accounts; seasonally adjusted data, National AccountsFigures
Transactions and balancing items of economic sectors Non seasonally adjusted and seasonally adjusted figures
Current transactions by sectors; National AccountsFigures
Current transactions and balancing items of institutional sectors Sectors, resources and uses, balancing items