The national accounts in 2016National accounts - Base 2010
Wealth by category of households in 2003Annual national accounts - base 2005
Paru le : 20/06/2013
Wealth of households, comprising non financial assets, professional assets, financial assets and financial liabilities for the year 2003, is broken down by type of households according to the standard of living (measured by the quintiles of gross disposable income per consumption unit), the household composition, the age of the head of the household, the socio-professional category of the head of the household and the size of the urban unit of residence of households.
Net worth of households is made up of their non financial assets, professional assets and financial assets from which financial liabilities have been substracted.
Non financial assets are mostly made up of real estate. They also include woods, forests, other land and water surfaces and valuables.
Professional assets are made up of buildings held by unincorporated enterprises, other professional assets (agricultural and non agricultural ones), non listed shares and other profit sharings.
Financial assets are of different types : currency and transferable deposits, investments on sight (taxable passbooks, savings accounts, passbooks for young people, popular passbooks, sustainable development passbooks, housing savings accounts), contractual savings (savings scheme offering low-interest mortgages, banking popular savings plans, corporate passbooks), other deposits (bank issued medium-term note, savings certificates), securities other than shares (Treasury bills, bonds), credits, listed shares and deed of mutual investment fund organizations (savings from salaries, savings plans in shares), insurance technical reserves (life-insurance, death insurance, pensions savings).
Financial liabilities are made up of mortgages and consumers credits of households, occupational loans of unincorporated enterprises.
Analyses by category of households are carried out using INSEE surveys relating to households. These surveys refer only to ordinary households resident in the french mainland. The resulting tables by category of households thus correspond to this scope. An additional table offers supplementary references on the scope of national accounts which include the persons living in the overseas departments and the persons living in communities.