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can be fixed assets, such as infrastructure, land and buildings, or long-term investments,...

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is the gradual writing-off over time of the value of physical asset such as infrastructural assets, ...

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development contributions are charges developers pay for development work (such as subdivisions or...

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are short-term assets or those readily converted to cash. Examples include: cash and bank deposits, ...

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are short-term debts due to be paid within the next 12 months. These include short-term provision...

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relate to the provision of core services by local authorities.

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is the gradual writing-off of the value of an asset over time. It is charged on intangible assets...

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represent a store of value, and can be a source of income or generate economic benefit when used....

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relate to establishing or owning an asset. Capital transactions must be linked to a particular...

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Consists of expenditure from: mortgage principal repayments, mortgage interest payments, mortgage...

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With an expanded sample size of 20,000 households, HES sample design now provides data on 12...

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Rent payments include rent paid for primary property and for other properties, and other payments...

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All references to income, unless stated otherwise, refers to before-tax (gross) income.

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Includes only people or households that receive the specified source of income used in calculating...

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Māori children are those for whom an ethnicity of Māori (and possibly some other ethnicity) is...

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Total housing costs consist of expenditure on: mortgage payments, rent payments, property rates...

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Housing-costs-to-household-income ratio is the aggregate housing costs for all households as a...

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Imputation replaces missing values with actual values from similar respondents. For more...

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The Gini coefficient is a summary measure of income (or wealth) dispersion in the population....

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A child is a member of the surveyed household if they live there four or more nights a week....

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Disposable household income is the sum of disposable personal income for all members in a household ...

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After-housing-costs income is disposable household income after subtracting housing costs....

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A household has expenditure on building-related insurance when it pays premiums to an insurance...

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For counting the number of children in poverty, the Child Poverty Reduction Act defines a child as ...

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ACC levy is calculated using the appropriate ACC rate, maximum ACC-leviable income, and wage and...

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