Correction

22 October 2018

The Alternative measures of UK households’ income and saving release for Quarter 2 (Apr-Jun) 2018 contained pensions estimates that were affected by a misallocation of certain data from the private sector to the public sector in 2017 (and, very slightly, in Quarter 1 (Jan-Mar) 2018). This was due to an operational issue that has now been resolved. The series directly impacted were ‘Other social insurance benefits’ for households and financial corporations, with the largest impact of £800m in Quarter 3 (Jul-Sep) 2017, or approximately 2-4% of the actual size of the series directly affected. There are small indirect impacts on households’ disposable income, households’ pension entitlements and the alternative measure of the savings ratio, but no impacts on the overall households’ savings ratio or households’ net borrowing. The estimates will be corrected in the next publication of Alternative measures of UK households’ income and saving in January 2018. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Contact:
Luke Weston
Release date:
08 October 2018
Next release:
To be announced

About this Dataset

Annual and quarterly data on the impact of removing "imputed" transactions from real household disposable income and the saving ratio to better represent the economic experience of UK households.

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