Change of real disposable income households in the Netherlands 2016-2019

Percentage change on previous year of real disposable income of households in the Netherlands from 1st quarter 2016 to 1st quarter 2019*

by Raynor de Best, last edited Jun 26, 2019
Change of real disposable income households in the Netherlands 2016-2019 This statistic shows the percentage change on previous year of real disposable income of households in the Netherlands from the first quarter of 2016 to the first quarter of 2019. Disposable income or disposable personal income (DPI) is the amount of money households have available for spending and saving after income taxes have accounted for. It is seen as one of many key economic indicators to show the overall health of an economy. As a concept, disposable income is deemed closer to the idea of income been as generally understood in economics, than is either national income or gross domestic product (GDP). In the first quarter of 2019, the real disposable income of households increased with 2.4 percent compared to the same quarter a year before. In 2019, the saving rate of households is forecasted to increase by approximately 15 percent when compared to 2018.
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Percentage change on previous year of real disposable income of households in the Netherlands from 1st quarter 2016 to 1st quarter 2019*

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