The current article studies the dynamics of household income in Bulgaria for the time interval from 2010 to 2018. The referred information has been provided from the website of the National Statistical Institute. The surveyed income sources include wages and salaries, self-employment income, pensions, family allowances, unemployment benefits, regular transfers from other households, etc. These data have been extracted, and subsequently, have been processed and analyzed.
An increase in income from wages and salaries has been established during the examined period. The results show a continuous change (decline or growth) in the values of other types of income, average per household and per person. As a whole, it can be concluded that an increasing tendency in the monetary income has been observed for the considered time interval.