The average disposable income of Denmark in 2020 is €25,176 per capita (per person). Denmark hereby ranks fifth of countries with the highest disposable income in Europe. Below you will find the top 5:
The source of Disposable Income Denmark?
Spotzi teamed up with GfK to offer you the most accurate Disposable Income (in other words Purchasing Power) available in the market. GfK is a well-known research institute that can tap into their own sources and many private data sources. Each country has been carefully studied and analyzed. Because they built a large network of data partners over the years, they offer the most accurate and up-to-date data currently available. That in combination with our easy to use tools we can offer you the best insights available in the market.
Data as an index
The data is also being expressed as a country-index and a euro-index. The country index can be used to compare differences in income within Denmark. The euro-index is useful if you want to compare European differences.
What is disposable income?
Disposable income is also known as purchasing power. It is the net income of a person or household. Net income is the income after taxes, pension plans and other costs an employer deducts from a salary. Alimonies and other income are also part of the net income. With this data you can greatly improve strategic decisions. By for instance concentrating your marketing efforts on regions with an above-average per capita income, you can generate better results, increase efficiency, and conserve resources.
About the disposable Income Denmark
This data shows the overall per capita income composition in Denmark by 4-digit postal code. The data is expressed in the national currency of Denmark (Euros).
How to compare the per capita income per area in Denmark?
To enhance comparison between different zip codes Spotzi also included per capita income indices. Spotzi calculates the national average disposable income of all people. This average is set to 100. Postal codes with more affluent people will have a higher purchasing power than the national average so the index will be higher than 100. For instance, an index of 200 means the average disposable income in this zip code is twice as high as the national average.