Wealth of the Nation

The Financial State of Households Across the UK

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Using the latest data to reveal the wealth of UK households

Every year, CACI releases an estimate of the gross income and outgoings of households across the UK. Our data shows the average and modelled distribution of household incomes and essential outgoings for the 1.6 million residential postcodes in the UK.

We’ve analysed the latest data to reveal the state of the nation’s finances and investigate whether Covid-19 has influenced an increased disparity in income and if the impact has been uniform across the country.

What you can learn from the 2021 report:

  • The average household income in the UK and how it's changed since last year
  • What does the UK wealth distribution look like?
  • What's the state of wealth inequality across the UK?
  • Where are the richest areas in the UK?
  • Where are the poorest areas in the UK?
  • How has the pandemic affected different sections of society?

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Authors:

Stuart Eldridge
Head of Public Sector Data
Sarah Collin
Associate Director
Graham Smith
Associate Director
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CACI's Data Products Used to Create This Report:

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Paycheck provides gross household income estimates at full postcode level across the UK. It uses information from Ocean, CACI’s lifestyle database, in conjunction with data from the ONS’s Average Weekly Earnings and Living Costs & Food Survey to build a consistent and statistically reliable model. Income reflected by Paycheck is gross household income from all sources including earnings, benefits and investments.

Paycheck includes additional information which allows us to study households at various life stages (young singles and couples, families, empty nesters and retired), right down to the individual postcode level (e.g. W14 8TR). With this level of detail, planners and analysts are able to see the underlying, regional variations in income patterns as well as local differences and so produce a true picture of the nation’s wealth.



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Paycheck Disposable Income provides an estimate of the income available to households after tax, national insurance and other essential outgoings. Understanding household income is vital in being able to provide the most appropriate products and services to customers and communities. Knowing how much income is actually available once the basic cost of living has been taken into account offers even more insight into your consumers.

We have built a range of statistically robust models to accurately predict expenditure on each of 16 categories of essential outgoings. These have been built using data from Ocean, CACI’s lifestyle database, as well as official statistics and survey data. Average disposable income and outgoings are provided for each of the 1.5 million residential postcodes in the UK.