Non-financial sector accounts

Saving rate of households
8.8 %
Sunk -3.2 percentage points vs. 2021
Disposable income of households
247.3 bn euro
Gone up +0.6 % real vs. 2021

The non-financial sector accounts describe the different stages of the economic process for the following institutional sectors: non-financial and financial corporations, general government, households, non-profit institutions serving households (NPISH) and rest of the world. The sequence of accounts includes production of goods and services, primary income distribution (earned and property income), secondary income distribution (redistribution), income use (consumption and saving) and capital formation.

The accounts are compiled annually and quarterly and are reconciled with the main national accounts aggregates, the general government accounts, the macroeconomic financial accounts and the balance of payments. Account balances such as saving and disposable income are shown gross and net, depending on whether consumption of fixed capital is taken into account. An important indicator is the saving rate, which is defined as the ratio of saving to disposable income.

S: STATISTIK AUSTRIA, Non-financial sector accounts, Eurostat, compiled on 31 March 2023. – Moving average of four consecutive quarters.

S: STATISTIK AUSTRIA, Non-financial sector accounts, compiled on 31 March 2023. – NPISH: non-profit institutions serving households. 2022: provisional results from quarterly non-financial sector accounts.

Date PDF download
2023-03-31 file Saving rate 2022 almost at pre-Corona level
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2022-03-31 file Household saving rate decreased to 11.8% in Austria
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