6523.0 - Household Income and Wealth, Australia, 2013-14 Quality Declaration 
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 04/09/2015   
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This document was added or updated on 03/08/2016.

03/08/2016 - Feature article on Superannuation added:

  • New Feature Article: "Superannuation in Australia, 2003-04 to 2013-14"; and
  • Accompanying Media Release: "Retirees choosing income streams over super lump sums"; and
  • Glossary updated.

02/08/2016 - Replacement of Table 24.5 in data cube 24:
  • Correction of errors in number of all employees, imputed contributions and total contributions;
  • Gender comparison added; and
  • Correction of footnote (c)

21/04/2016 - New information released on superannuation for persons (data cube 24).

30/03/2016 - Feature article on Low Income Households added:
  • New Feature Article: "Wealth of Low Income Households"; and
  • Accompanying Media Release: "Many older Australian households asset rich, income poor."

16/12/2015 - This release includes new information:
  • Median net worth added to Household Assets and Liabilities tables for each subpopulation;
  • New Low economic resource households tables (data cube 3);
  • New Imputed rent tables using new experimental methodologies (data cube 13);
  • Imputed rent for owner-occupied dwellings using a new experimental methodology added to Income distribution tables for each subpopulation; and
  • Income totals (including imputed rent using new experimental methodologies) added to Income, Government Benefits and Taxes tables for each subpopulation.

13/11/2015 - Replacement of data cubes to correct:
  • Tables 1, 5-12 and 15 Social Transfers in Kind data;
  • Table 6.1 Gross Income data; and
  • Table 11.1 median Disposable Income and Equivalised Disposable Income for Couple families with dependent children only and their youngest child is 5 to 14 years old.

Minor modifications to wording within the commentary, Explanatory Notes and Quality Declaration were also made to improve clarity of the information presented.