For a future without poverty
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Our research looks at deprived communities and groups suffering from financial exclusion, helping us to pilot new ways to deliver financial inclusion services and share lessons learnt from some of the innovative projects we have been involved in.
This is a rapid assessment report on the issue of problem gambling in Birmingham based on a review of available evidence.
An investigation into the use of cheque cashing services in the UK.
Or read the Executive Summary here.
A new report published today by the Financial Health Exchange, within Toynbee Hall, supported by J.P. Morgan, finds that low income households employ various informal financial savings techniques that help them to be more financially resilient.
An extra 7 years before I’m debt free: The effect of the poverty premium on debt advice service users
This primary research aims to quantify some major types of poverty premium. Our quantitative data suggests that some groups are more likely to pay a poverty premium.
A Toynbee Hall report details how the 'Poverty Premium' is making the most deprived communities throughout the UK even poorer.
Our National Services Team conducts various research projects on financial inclusion. To read more please see Financial Health Exchange website.