Gross disposable household income (GDHI) is the amount of money that all of the individuals in the household sector have available for spending or saving after they have paid direct and indirect taxes and received any direct benefits. GDHI is a concept that is seen to reflect the “material welfare” of the household sector. These numbers are produced in current prices (which include the effects of inflation).
GDHI is the sum of the income that is related to productive activities and others. The former can arise from the production itself or the ownership of assets required for production. Examples of this type of income are compensation of employees and property income. Other types of income that are not related to productive activities can be benefits paid by the government.
All data is provided by the Office for National Statistics.