Official Statistics of Finland

Households’ assets

Producer: Statistics Finland

Latest release:
Differences in wealth increased slightly by indebtedness
21 Dec 2011
In 2009, the average gross wealth of households amounted to EUR 192,000 and net wealth was EUR 157,000 per household. In real terms, gross wealth had increased by one fifth (21%) from the time of the previous survey in 2004, while net wealth had increased by 14 per cent in this period. The trend of indebtedness has widened the difference between gross and net wealth in recent years. This is indicated by the Household Wealth Survey 2009 of Statistics Finland.

Next release:
1 Apr 2015

Description: The wealth survey describes household’s assets: their total amount, structure and distribution among different population groups. Besides different forms of assets, the survey also produces data on other matters that have a bearing on the financial position of households, such as income and debts.
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Keywords: debts, households, income, inheritances, investment activities, saving, securities, socio-economic group, wealth.
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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF): Households’ assets [e-publication].
ISSN=2242-3230. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 1.4.2015].
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