The CSO have published the Q4 2012 and 2012 (preliminary) non-financial ISAs. The preliminary annual data are not included in the release (they can be roughly derived from the online quarterly dataset) but the commentary indicates that there were annual rises in the household sector for all of income, consumption and savings.
Gross disposable income displayed an annual rise 2.5% to €86.3 billion, with increases in wages (+1.0% to €68.8 billion) and, in particular, self-employed profits (+11.1% to €19.5 billion) accounting for the rise. Household expenditure rose 0.5% to €77.9 billion and the household gross savings ratio increased from 10.7% in 2011 to 12.5% in 2012 with gross savings of €11.1 billion.
The measure of the government sector in the accounts recorded a net borrowing requirement of €12.2 billion in 2012. Gross savings increased in the NFC sector, rising from €14.7 billion in 2011 to €16.4 billion in 2012.