The Countries Where People Have the Most Money to Spend
We love data here at CurrencyFair. MoveHub.com, the international moving company who are « dedicated to making your move abroad easier« , have compiled the below infographic based on personal disposable income (after all taxes) around the world.
The usual suspects feature near the top; Switzerland, Australia, USA and the Nordic countries, with tax havens and oil producers following closely. Zambia makes a surprise entry in the top five because, according to The Independent, « the range of surveyed incomes are quite high, distorting the average; the median would be much lower. »
There’s more good news for us here in Ireland after Sunday’s epic Six Nations Championship win – the average disposable monthly income is $31 higher than in the UK.
We also have $140 more than the average German, but hopefully they won’t find out.
Which Country Has The Highest Monthly Disposable Income?