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The effects of taxes and benefits on household income, financial year ending 2018
The effects of taxes and benefits on household income, technical report
The Effects of Taxes and Benefits on Household Income, Methodology and Coherence
Generational income: The effects of taxes and benefits
The effects of direct and indirect taxation and benefits received in cash or kind on household income, across the generations and by age. This data is estimated by combining multiple years of the Living Costs and Food Survey from 1978 to financial year ending March 2017 and the Household Finances Statistics, from financial year ending 2018 to financial year ending 2021 with the exception of 1979 and 1981. All financial amounts are adjusted for inflation using the Consumer Prices Index including owner occupiers’ housing costs (CPIH) excluding Council Tax, to their financial year ending March 2018. For example, the mean disposable income for those aged 35 and born in the 1970’s (£35,752) is estimated by taking the average (in real terms) of the household disposable income for these people across the combined dataset.
National Accounts articles, Methodological improvements to National Accounts for Blue Book 2016: Market/non-market output (P.131/P.132) and social transfers in kind (D.631/D.632) for government
The effects of taxes and benefits on household income, technical report: financial year ending 2020
This technical report provides an update on how the effects of taxes and benefits on household income (ETB) datasets for financial year ending (FYE) 2018 to FYE 2020 are produced. It contains information relating to questionnaire changes and new or changed methodology for these years.