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At Risk of Poverty Rate after Rent and Mortgage Interest

This indicator is calculated based on an alternative measure of equivalised income, excluding the total rent paid and mortgage interest. The total rent paid includes housing supports such as the Housing Assistance Payment (HAP), Rent Supplement, Rental Assistance Scheme (RAS) which are included in the household income. Any person with an equivalised income after rent and mortgage interest of less than 60% of the median before rent and mortgage interest is considered at risk of poverty after rent and mortgage interest (i.e. the same threshold is used for calculating the rate before and after rent and mortgage interest is deducted).

Frequency - Annual
Source - Survey on Income and Living Condtions, CSO
Survey on Income and Living Conditions

At Risk of Poverty rate after rent and mortgage interest (%) by tenure status and year
At Risk of Poverty rate after rent and mortgage interest (%) by tenure status and year
At Risk of Poverty rate after rent and mortgage interest (%) by household composition and year
At Risk of Poverty rate after rent and mortgage interest (%) by household composition and year
At Risk of Poverty rate after rent and mortgage interest (%) by age group and year
At Risk of Poverty rate after rent and mortgage interest (%) by age group and year