Financial inclusion and financial capability explained

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Incomes and Inequality

Financial services play a key role in most people’s lives. This makes the ability to make sound financial decisions an essential life skill, one that enables people to manage their day-to-day expenditure, cope with unforeseen emergencies and plan for their retirement. Such skills are becoming even more important as the financial services market becomes more … Continued

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Financial health

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Incomes and Inequality

This briefing outlines the Foundation’s recent research into the financial health of low earners and sets out our current work program. The Resolution Foundation has undertaken research into how low earners access financial services, focusing in particular on how to meet their financial advice needs. We produced a proposal for a national generic financial advice … Continued

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Submission: Foundation response to Thoresen Review Interim Report

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Housing, Wealth and Debt

The Resolution Foundation welcomes the Thoresen Review of Generic Financial Advice’s (GFA) Interim Report. In particular it welcomes the Review’s intentions to carry out out a local level analysis of existing advice provision. This is important to fully harness the potential of existing local trust relationships, brands and market coverage of hard to reach groups. 

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Financial capability

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Incomes and Inequality

This briefing, published in partnership with Transact, explains financial capability and outlines key developments and key policy themes in this area.

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