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Financial inclusion annual monitoring report 2015

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Publication date

2015

Summary

This report is the third in a series of five annual monitoring reports commissioned by the Friends Provident Foundation to measure changing levels of financial inclusion in Britain from 2013–2017. The report defines financial inclusion as follows: 1) A secure income which meets a minimum standard. 2) Access to appropriate and well-regulated financial services, particularly transactional bank accounts, savings accounts, affordable credit, pensions and insurance products. 3) Access to free and appropriate advice and education, particularly for those with debt problems.

Subjects

Households, Savings And Assets, Debt: Indebtedness, and Finance

Links

https://www.fincap.org.uk/document/WO4owSYAAEcxtfxj/financial-inclusion-annual-monitoring-report-2015

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