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Financial inclusion annual monitoring report 2016

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2016

Summary

This report is the fourth in a series of five annual monitoring reports commissioned by the Friends Provident Foundation to measure changing levels of financial inclusion in Britain from 2013–17. The report presents data on a range of indicators. Where possible, we have shown data from previous years to highlight trends in these indicators. We define financial inclusion broadly as the ability to manage day-to-day financial transactions; meet expenses (both predictable and unpredictable); manage a loss of earned income and; avoid or reduce problem debt.

Subjects

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

Links

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/Documents/college-social-sciences/social-policy/CHASM/annual-reports/financial-inclusion-monitoring-report-2016.pdf

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