1.3.6. Average annual net household income

Description of indicator

For the construction of this indicator is taken into account two components: the average annual net income and the number of households. The average annual net households income is based on the information provided by the Tax Agency (AEAT) for non-foral territories and the information provided by the Provincial Councils of Bizkaia and Gipuzkoa for the cities of the sample in the Basque Country, except For the information of Álava / Araba whose source is the Basque Statistical Office (EUSTAT). For the municipalities of Navarre, the source is the Institute of Statistics of Navarra with data from the Tax Office of the said Regional Community.

In the numerator, the average annual net income is obtained as described in the methodological note. The denominator is the number of households in the Continuous Register of each municipality to which the AEAT information found in their database, for according to the joint processing of the INE Continuous Municipal Register, with reference date 1st January of year t, with the tax information in the t-1 fiscal year (for example, Continuous Register 01/01/2016 with 2015 fiscal year). View number of households with income information.

At National level, the source is the Survey of Living Conditions.

Geographical coverage: Data is provided for all spatial levels. The sub-municipal level refers to the SCD level (Sub City District), only available in major Spanish municipalities of 250,000 inhabitants. Data is also provided for all Spanish municipalities with more than 20,000 inhabitants.

Available series: 2011-2019.

Graphs and tables

For sub-municipal areas, it is possible to access tables in INEbase with all indicators. For Cities, Greater cities and Functional Urban Areas, it is possible whether to access a table in INEbase with all indicators and periods, or to visualize the indicator in the graph. In this case, when positioning on each bar, the data and the year referred to are shown.

Sub-cities:Go to table 2013 - Go to table 2015 - Go to table 2016 - Go to table 2017 - Go to table 2018 - Go to table 2019 - Go to table 2020

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