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Income and tax statistics

Official statistics of Sweden

The statistics show the distribution of incomes and taxes for individuals and households, and are available by county, municipality, sex, age, country of birth, occupation and level of education. The statistics are based on a total population survey, thus making it suitable for regional analysis.

Statistical news

Strong increase in incomes during 2021, but greater inequality


After a few years of relatively weak income growth, with the lowest increase in 2020, a stronger development is seen in 2021. At the same time, income inequality, measured by the Gini coefficient, increased sharply during the year according to new statistics on income and taxes for individuals and households.

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Tables and graphs

Tables in the Statistical Database


Title Language Type Date
Capital Income 2019 Swedish Report 2021-12-20
Income Distribution Statistics and Shared Residence English Report 2021-09-03
Household Economic Standard 2019 Swedish Report 2021-06-18
The economic situation for parents not living together Swedish Report 2019-12-19
Income report 2017 – individuals and households Swedish Report 2019-06-27
Income Mobility Statistics in Sweden 2016 English Report 2018-09-21
Income report 2016 – individuals and households Swedish Report 2018-06-29
Income report 2015 – individuals and households Swedish Report 2017-06-27
Income report 2014 – individuals and households Swedish Report 2016-12-07
From sample survey to totally register-based household income statistics Swedish with elements of English Rapport 2016-02-04

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