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Rowena Crawford, Heidi Karjalainen and David Sturrock
New IFS research published today , funded by the IFS Retirement Saving Consortium and the Economic and Social Research Council, examines how the spending of recent retirees changed as they aged, over the period from 2006 to 2018.
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As poorest households spend more of their total budget on gas and electricity, we now see inflation hitting the poorest households harder.
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IFS Senior Research Economist Xiaowei Xu's response to today's Pay as You Earn (PAYE) statistics.
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New IFS research finds that a blanket minimum eligibility requirement (MER) for access to student loans would be a highly imperfect way of improving student outcomes. It would increase the already large socio-economic gaps in higher education and would disproportionally affect ethnic minority ...
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We reflect on the current state of the labour market and ask whether the composition of jobs demanded looks different in ways which could affect the careers of workers.
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New research at the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), commissioned by the Department for Education, examines the financial benefit associated with different degree classifications.
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Today’s reading for RPI inflation means that the maximum interest rate, which is charged to current students and graduates earning more than £49,130, will rise from its current level of 4.5% to an eye-watering 12% for half a year unless policy changes.
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New analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies of the package of reforms to student loans announced this year shows how we are moving away from a system which redistributes heavily from high to low earning graduates
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There is much interest in how much income the top 1% receive and how much tax they pay and frequent debates about whether these outcomes are fair.