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Financial inclusion annual monitoring report 2017

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2017

Summary

This is the final report in a series of five annual monitoring reports commissioned by the Friends Provident Foundation to monitor progress towards or away from financial inclusion in Britain from 2013–2017.We define financial inclusion broadly as the ability: to manage day-to-day financial transactions; meet expenses (both predictable and unpredictable expenses); manage a loss of earned income and; avoid or reduce problem debt. The report presents data on a range of indicators. Where possible, we have shown data from previous years to highlight trends in these indicators.

Subjects

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

Links

https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/chasm/research/projects/monitoring-financial-inclusion-uk.aspx

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