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income (after taxes) that is available to you for saving or spending

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THE RICHEST households in the UK have seen an increase in disposable income that's four times greater than the poorest households, new figures show.
The average disposable income of households with private pension income has grown from PS2300 in 1977 to PS27,800 in 2016 - in real terms, taking inflation into account.
Latest gross disposable household income (GDHI) figures show that disposable incomes per head in Wales grew by 3.
While disposable incomes in Wales rose faster than the UK average over the latest year, the statistics reveal that the value of disposable income per head in Wales was above Northern Ireland but behind the value for England and Scotland.
This region is expected to generate significant demand for alternative sport equipment, and consequently, is anticipated to remain dominant through 2022 due to increasing population, growing number of young sports enthusiasts, rising disposable income and increasing interest in adventure sports.
Londoners enjoyed average disposable incomes of PS21,446 but in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan the figure is just PS15,500.
It was rated ninth for disposable income levels and 14th in terms of salaries.
Elliott reports that while disposable income is increasing, the existing Central European retail sectors remain inefficient.
Examining market and disposable incomes confirms the general pattern provided by the inequality indices.
A depressed level of consumer confidence and a decline in real disposable income had contributed to sluggish consumer spending.
HONG KONG -- Cellular voice services will capture the limited disposable income in developing markets, undermining the business case for WiMAX, according to a new report, The Business Case for WiMAX, published by Analysys, the global advisers on telecoms, IT and media (http://research.
It means disposable incomes have now declined for four quarters in a row, marking the longest period of negative growth since the end of 2011.
RESEARCH has revealed a near PS8200-a-year gap between disposable incomes across the UK.
DISPOSABLE incomes of middle earners has fallen by about PS1,200 over the past few years, according to new research.
Between 2007/08 and 2010/11, disposable incomes for the middle fifth - that is the 20% of households who fall in the middle when wealth is ordered lowest to highest - fell from PS31,000 a year to PS29,900.