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Control, Sufficiency, and Social Support Lessons from Low-income Canadians about Financial Wellbeing

This report, Control, Sufficiency, and Social Support: Lessons from Low-income Canadians about Financial Wellbeing, examines how diary participants achieve the financial wellbeing that they have. The evidence we found is that low-income people work very hard to manage their finances. They endeavor to control their finances so that, as one participant said, their finances don’t … Continue reading Control, Sufficiency, and Social Support Lessons from Low-income Canadians about Financial Wellbeing

UPDATED: The Finances of Precariously Employed Participants

With Canadian Financial Diaries Research Project, Phase One Participants The Canadian Financial Diaries is a multi-year project that seeks to capture the finances and financial experiences of low- and modest-income earners in Canada. The Finances of Precariously Employed Participants, a focused and descriptive report, draws on quantitative data of the financial flows of participants and … Continue reading UPDATED: The Finances of Precariously Employed Participants

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