Effect of tax & benefit reforms on households
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The effect of all tax and benefit reforms to be introduced June 2010-April 2014 by income and household type
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Income quintile
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Household typePoorest234Richest
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Single, not working-7.2%-6.5%-8.1%-6.7%-2.2%
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Single, working -4.7%-1.4%-0.8%-1.1%-2.8%
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Lone parent, not working-6.3%-7.2%-7.6%-6.6%N/A
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Lone parent, working-3.8%-3.8%-3.6%-4.1%-4.4%
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0-earner couple without children -5.4%-6.9%-5.9% N/A N/A
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0-earner couple with children-8.6%-8.6%-10.1%-5.9%-1.4%
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1-earner couple without children -4.5%-2.8%-2.3%-2.5%-3.4%
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1-earner couple with children-4.5%-4.7%-5.4%-4.7%-3.8%
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2-earner couple without children-2.9%-0.5%-0.1%-0.6%-2.2%
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2-earner couple with children -3.7%-3.2%-3.3%-3%-3.5%
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Single Pensioner-2.4%-2.2%-2.9%-3.4%-3.6%
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Couple Pensioner -2.4%-2.7%-3%-2.4%-2.9%
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Multi-family household, no children -2.9%-2.3%-1.5%-1.3%-2.5%
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Multi-family household, children-4.2%-2.9%-2.7%-2.4%-3%
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SOURCEIFS
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DATALINKhttp://www.ifs.org.uk/publications/5246
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All tax & benefit reforms
Pre-announced reforms
Reforms introduced by 2014