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Gross Disposable Household Income (Base 2010). Current prices

Gross Disposable Household Income (Base 2010). Current prices Catalonia. 2016 (p)
Value Variation at current prices (%)
Gross disposable household income 126,837 1.5
RESOURCES
Balance of primary gross income 141,969 2.5
Gross Exploitation Surplus 31,466 3.0
Compensation of employees 101,837 3.3
Net paid ownership income 8,666 -7.5
Social benefits 32,859 1.8
Other current transferences 6,696 -4.2
USE
Income and patrimony tax 17,860 3.1
Net social contributions 28,097 4.1
Other current transferences 8,731 2.7
Units: Millions of euros.
Source: INE.
(p) Provisional data.
Gross Disposable Household Income (Base 2010). Current prices Spain. 2016 (p)
Value Variation at current prices (%)
Gross disposable household income 686,581 1.8
RESOURCES
Balance of primary gross income 741,231 2.4
Gross Exploitation Surplus 170,331 3.4
Compensation of employees 530,702 2.7
Net paid ownership income 40,198 -6.0
Social benefits 190,284 1.7
Other current transferences 44,012 1.8
USE
Income and patrimony tax 86,258 3.0
Net social contributions 149,945 3.1
Other current transferences 52,743 4.0
Units: Millions of euros.
Source: INE.
(p) Provisional data.

Date published: December 21, 2018.

Methodological note

Gross Disposable Household Income (GDHI) is the macromagnitude thatmeasures the disposable income of the residents of a territory foruse in consumption or savings. This income does not only depend onthe income of families that is directly associated to payment for theircontribution to productive activity (payment of wage earners and gross operating surplus),but is also influenced by Public Administration activity through taxes and social benefits.

The households sector includes individuals or groups of individuals, both as consumersand, when applicable, as entrepreneurs who produce financial or non-financial market goodsor services (market producers), provided that, in the latter case, the correspondingactivities are not carried out by separate entities treated as quasi corporations.It also includes individuals or groups of individuals who produce non-financial goodsand services exclusively for their own end use.

The main sources of households' income are payment of salaried workers,gross operating surplus and social benefits. In turn, the main uses of this incomeare social payments and tax on income.

The GDHI series published by Idescat is coherent with estimates of the householdincome accounts of the Regional Accounting for Spain, Base 2010, publishedby the National Statistical Institute (INE).