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The proportion of the self-employed saving in a private pension has declined dramatically over the past two decades, leading to continued concerns about their financial preparations for retirement. At this event we presented the findings of new IFS research that has examined this trend.
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Carl Emmerson, Benjamin Nabarro, Christian Schulz and Isabel Stockton
The IFS Green Budget 2020, in association with Citi and with funding from the Nuffield Foundation, analyses the huge economic trauma since the March Budget and the much heightened uncertainty over the path of the economy in coming years. The findings from chapters covering the economic and fiscal ...
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In this webinar, IFS researchers discussed the options the government faces as it considers unwinding, adjusting, or making permanent the temporary Covid-19 benefit increases; and the opportunities this moment presents to address issues with the system that existed prior to the onset of the crisis.
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Ben Zaranko, Anita Charlesworth and Martin McKee
Providing equal access to healthcare to all solely on the basis of need was a founding principle of the NHS. Despite this, large differences persist in the amount of care used by people living in different areas and with different backgrounds. At this event we explored the findings of new IFS work ...
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At this event, IFS researchers presented the findings of two chapters of the 2020 IFS Green Budget, addressing the big questions around the 2020 Spending Review and ‘levelling up’.
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Gus O'Donnell
The 2020 IFS Annual Lecture was delivered online by Lord Gus O’Donnell, looking at possible lessons from the relatively poor performance of the UK in responding to the Covid crisis.
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At this online debate, an expert panel reflected on what the future holds for capital gains tax. Could CGT be a post-covid cash cow for the Treasury or would higher rates and smaller reliefs lead to lower investment and less revenue?
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Arun Advani, Emma Chamberlain and Gus O'Donnell
This event launched a new project investigating the desirability and feasibility of a wealth tax in the UK. The format was short presentations setting out the evolution of UK wealth and the possible rationales and difficulties of introducing a wealth tax followed by a discussion.
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In this special joint webinar, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) examined the impact of the Covid-19 crisis on the public finances.