How do childhood circumstances affect poverty and deprivation as an adult?
23-Sep-2014ONS looks at how childhood factors affect educational attainment, income poverty and material deprivation
5 facts about taxes and benefits
26-Jun-2014Find out how taxes and benefits affect household income in the UK
Household Benefits 2012/13 - Infographic
26-Jun-2014Benefits received by the poorest and richest 20% of households
Household Taxes 2012/13 - Infographic
26-Jun-2014Taxes paid by the poorest and richest 20% of households
Summary: Tables from the Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, 1977-2012/13
26-Jun-2014Main tables from The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income publication for 1977 to 2012/13. These tables have been reproduced using the new modified-OECD income equivalisation scale that has been used in this publication from 2009/10.
Household spending highest in South of England in 2010-2012
06-Mar-2014Latest ONS data reveals regional differences in spending habits
Intergenerational transmission of disadvantage in the UK & EU
23-Sep-2014Examines the extent to which the circumstances children grow up in affect their future life chances. The analysis investigates the relationship between childhood factors, such as parents’ education level and employment status, and educational attainment
Sustainable Development Indicators, July 2014
10-Jul-2014An overview of progress toward a sustainable economy, society and environment. Published alongside the headline and supplementary indicators are assessments of change, both short and long term.
The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, 2012/13
26-Jun-2014How do taxes and benefits redistribute income between various groups of households in the UK? This release shows where different types of households are in the income distribution and looks at the changing levels of income and inequality over time.
The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, 2012/13 – Further Analysis and Methodology
26-Jun-2014This supplementary material is intended to provide further analysis on The effects of taxes and benefits on household income and to illustrate how these data are derived. It follows a similar structure to the statistical bulletin and also provides details on the methodology, concepts, sources and information on their quality.
National Well-being wheel of measures, March 2014 (Pdf 2801Kb)
18-Mar-2014The wheel contains all the domains of well-being and the measures contained within each one. In all cases the latest datapoint is shown. The wheel also contains the units of measurement as these vary depending on the indicator used.
Full Report: Household Energy Spending in the UK, 2002-2012
03-Mar-2014This short report covers 7 key facts about household energy spending in the UK between 2002 and 2012. It covers the overall average spend on household energy as well as the average spend for the richest and poorest fifths of households. The report also includes comparisons of energy spending for retired and non-retired households and for households in different parts of the UK.
Annex 1 (Excel sheet 26Kb)
23-Sep-2014Additional variables collected in 2011 EU-SILC module on intergenerational transmission of disadvantages.
Annex 2 (Excel sheet 46Kb)
23-Sep-2014Derived variables used in the analysis.
Annex 3 (Excel sheet 41Kb)
23-Sep-2014Logistic regression outputs for UK models
Sustainable Development Indicators, July 2014 (Excel sheet 613Kb)
10-Jul-2014Indicators and measures which provide an overview of progress toward a sustainable economy, society and environment. Published alongside the headline and supplementary indicators are assessments of change, both short and long term.
Households receiving more in benefits than paid in taxes, 1977 - 2012/13 (Excel sheet 25Kb)
26-Jun-2014The percentage of households in the UK who receive more in benefits (both cash benefits and benefits in kind) than they pay in taxes (both direct and indirect), from 1977 to 2012/13.
The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, 2012/13 (Excel sheet 1593Kb)
26-Jun-2014Examines how taxes and benefits redistribute income between various groups of households in the UK.