|Date:||30 January 2014|
|Authors:||Abi Adams , Carl Emmerson , Andrew Hood , Paul Johnson and Peter Levell|
Recent debates about the squeeze on household incomes have suffered from a lack of up-to-date information. The latest data covering all incomes at a household level only goes up to 2011–12, but new modelling work published today by the IFS provides a good guide to where we are now. It shows that:
These are the headlines from work carried out by IFS researchers, which forms part of the forthcoming IFS Green Budget 2014 and is funded by the Nuffield Foundation with support from the ESRC through the Centre for the Microeconomic Analysis of Public Policy at IFS.