Credit and debt in low-income families
reportposted on 05.07.2010 by Chris Dearden, Jackie Goode, Grahame Whitfield, Lynne Cox
A formal account of an observation, investigation, finding, activity or any other type of information.
This report examines the experiences of credit and debt for low-income families over a twelve month period. It was conducted against the backdrop of the global ‘credit crunch’, when a sustained period of readily available credit was followed by recession, increasing unemployment and rising household costs.
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