Briefing: IFS Analysis of Long and Short Term impacts of Universal Credit on Household Incomes

Policy product type
LGiU essential policy briefing
Published date
July 11, 2019
Author
Andrew Jones, LGiU Associate
Issues Covered
  • Household Income
  • Income Redistribution
  • welfare reform
Categories
Welfare and Equalities
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This briefing deals with a brief report by the Institute for Fiscal Analysis (IFS) which analyses the impacts of the Universal Credit (UC) reform on different household types; unusually, it examines the effect of the reforms over the long term.

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