Main results from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets survey covering the period April 2016 to March 2018.
Household debt in Great Britain: April 2016 to March 2018
Household debt in Great Britain April 2016 to March 2018, taken from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets Survey.
Total wealth in Great Britain: April 2016 to March 2018
Main results from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets Survey covering the period April 2016 to March 2018.
Pension wealth in Great Britain: April 2016 to March 2018
Private pension wealth in Great Britain, April 2016 to March 2018, taken from the sixth round of the Wealth and Assets Survey.
Financial wealth: wealth in Great Britain
The values of any financial assets held including both formal investments, such as bank or building society current or saving accounts, investment vehicles such as Individual Savings Accounts, endowments, stocks and shares, and informal savings.
Pension wealth: wealth in Great Britain
The value of any pension pots already accrued that are not state basic retirement or state earning related. This includes occupational pensions, personal pensions, retained rights in previous pensions and pensions in payment.
Wealth in Great Britain: quality indicators
Standard error information for total mean, median and change of total wealth and its components.
Household debt: wealth in Great Britain
Households that have liquidity problems and solvency problems only
Property wealth: wealth in Great Britain
Respondents' self-valuation of any property owned, both their main residence plus any other land or property owned in the UK or abroad.
Physical wealth: wealth in Great Britain
The (self-evaluated) value of household contents, possessions and valuables owned, such as antiques, artworks, collections and any vehicles owned by individuals (including the value of any personalised number plates).
Total Wealth: Wealth in Great Britain
Total wealth is the sum of the four components of wealth and is therefore net of all liabilities.
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