Official Statistics

Income Tax, NICs, Tax Credits and Child Benefit Statistics for EEA Nationals: 2014 to 2015

This experimental statistical release provides various estimates of Income Tax, NICs, tax credits and Child Benefit paid by and to European Economic Area (EEA) nationals in the 2014 to 15 tax year.

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Income Tax NICs Tax Credits and Child Benefit Statistics for EEA Nationals 2014 to 2015

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Income Tax NICs Tax Credits and Child Benefit Statistics for EEA Nationals 2014 to 2015

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Details

This experimental statistical release is largely an update of last year’s ad hoc publication Further statistics on tax contribution of EEA nationals for 2013 to 2014, published on 26 August 2016. There have been some revisions to the methodology to provide a more accurate representation of EEA nationals, which have been described in more depth within the publication.

Estimates for 2013 to 2014 have also been updated and can be found here:

Income Tax, NICs, Tax Credits and Child Benefit Statistics for EEA Nationals 2013 to 2014

This analysis includes information on:

  • Households with at least one EEA national claiming Tax Credits broken down by element;
  • Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions;
  • Tax Credit and Child Benefit entitlement;
  • Shares of total income and income percentile groups of EEA nationals; and
  • The number of EEA nationals with an Income Tax record for 2014 to 2015 tax year.

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Published 24 August 2017