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The level of consumption of household assets as well as savings or investments depends largely on disposable income. It is a fundamental indicator of the material well-being of households. The disposable (net) income of households in Slovenia has increased very slightly over the last five years, which also raises the poverty risk threshold.


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Figure PG14-1: PG14-1 Average disposable income of households by type of income
Sources: 
SI-STAT Database Economy National Accounts Non-financial Sector Accounts (ESA 2010) Savings rate and household investment rate in%, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2019)
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Income from work[%]

Pensions with accessories[%]

Fanily and social benefits[%]

Other income[%]

2008

68

20

10.70

1.40

2009

68

19.80

10.30

1.90

2010

66.40

20.50

11.40

1.80

2011

65.70

20.90

11.50

1.90

2012

64.70

21.70

11.60

2

2013

64.70

22.20

10.90

2.20

2014

63.80

22.60

10.60

2.90

2015

64.50

22.70

10.20

2.70

2016

64.10

22.60

10.20

3

2017

65

22.50

10.30

2.20

2018

65.70

22.20

9.90

2.20

Figure PG14-2: PG14-2 Distribution of disposable income by households by income classes
Sources: 
SI-STAT Demography and social affairs Living standards Poverty and social exclusion indicators (SILC) Income distribution Household disposable income distribution by income classes (%), Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2019)
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1. quintile[%]

2. quintile[%]

3. quintile[%]

4. quinitl[%]

5. quintile[%]

2008

10

14.70

18.20

22.60

34.50

2009

10.20

14.90

18.30

22.60

34

2010

9.80

14.60

18.20

22.70

34.70

2011

9.70

14.70

18.20

22.70

34.70

2012

9.70

14.70

18.20

22.50

34.80

2013

9.40

14.60

18.20

22.60

35.20

2014

9.20

14.40

18.10

22.60

35.70

2015

9.40

14.50

18.10

22.50

35.40

2016

9.60

14.50

18.20

22.60

35.10

2017

9.70

14.70

18.30

22.60

34.70

2018

10

14.80

18.20

22.50

34.50

Figure PG14-3: PG14-3 Ceilings of income class (EUR), Slovenia, annually
Sources: 
SiStat Database (SILC), Demographic and Social Area Living Conditions Poverty and Social Exclusion Indicators (SILC) Disposable Income Income Class Ceilings (EUR), Slovenia,, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2019)
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1. quintile[EUR]

2. quintile[EUR]

3. quintile[EUR]

4.quintile[EUR]

5. quintile[EUR]

2008

4874

6186

7583

9708

0

2009

5378

6800

8302

10461

0

2010

5314

6793

8397

10690

0

2011

5458

6965

8564

10837

0

2012

5521

7050

8626

10963

0

2013

5344

6911

8425

10807

0

2014

5298

6930

8533

10996

0

2015

5499

7160

8743

11231

0

2016

5504

7166

8782

11157

0

2017

5714

7441

9049

11483

0

2018

6087

7733

9359

11873

0

Figure PG14-4: PG14-4 Average disposable income per household member by statistical regions
Sources: 
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Pomurska[EUR]

Podravska[EUR]

Carinthia[EUR]

Savinjska[EUR]

Zasavska[EUR]

Posavska[EUR]

Southeast Slovenia[EUR]

Central Slovenia[EUR]

Gorenjska[EUR]

Primorsko-notranjska[EUR]

Goriška[EUR]

Obalno-kraška[EUR]

2008

6366

6897

6900

7163

7734

6567

6933

8452

7771

7616

8039

7868

2009

6836

7799

7343

7902

8035

7258

7630

9108

8561

8194

8374

8289

2010

7099

7852

7194

7936

8468

7537

7883

9351

8418

8387

8304

8350

2011

7071

8043

7727

8092

8273

8002

7933

9544

8495

8262

8505

8483

2012

7251

8140

8192

8235

8492

8020

8124

9440

8652

8743

8468

8655

2013

7447

8094

7968

8059

8227

7323

7793

9347

8271

8717

8336

8687

2014

7693

8196

7995

8175

8215

7916

8091

9377

8479

8453

8338

8853

2015

8050

8422

8217

8425

8405

7787

8601

9627

8491

8722

8384

9769

2016

8235

8291

8463

8220

8394

7910

8606

9719

8532

8738

8227

9419

2017

8440

8459

8585

8486

8635

8360

8880

9859

8940

8996

8871

9847

2018

8571

8882

8756

8790

9170

8934

9417

10222

9509

8703

8907

9818

Figure PG14-5: PG14-5 Poverty risk threshold
Sources: 
SiStat Database (SILC), Demographic and Social Area Level of Living Poverty and Social Exclusion Indicators (SILC) Poverty risk threshold Poverty risk threshold, Slovenia, annually, Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia (2019)
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One-person household[EUR]

4-person household (2 adults + 2 children under 14 years of age)[EUR]

Two-person household (2 adults)[EUR]

2005

5278

11085

7917

2006

5590

11740

8385

2007

5944

12483

8916

2008

6536

13725

9804

2009

7118

14949

10677

2010

7042

14787

10563

2011

7199

15119

10799

2012

7273

15274

10910

2013

7111

14934

10667

2014

7146

15006

10719

2015

7399

15538

11099

2016

7396

15532

11094

2017

7628

16019

11442

2018

7946

16687

11919

Figure PG14-6: PG14-6 Household saving and investment
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Household saving rate[%]

Household investment rate[%]

1995

10.80

8.80

1997

13.40

9.50

1999

9.30

10.30

2000

12.70

9.30

2001

13.80

9.10

2003

11.60

8.30

2005

14.70

9.10

2006

16.40

10.20

2008

15.90

10.50

2009

14.70

7.80

2010

13.10

6.80

2013

12.70

5.50

2015

12.50

5.70



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