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The new wealth of our nation: the case for a citizen’s inheritance

Executive Summary Over the past two years the work of the Intergenerational Commission, hosted by the Resolution Foundation, has set out in detail the state of and prospects for different cohorts’ living standards in Britain. In the labour market, in housing and in the welfare state, the Commission has demonstrated that, too often, young adults’ […]

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Passing on: options for reforming inheritance taxation

Executive Summary Over the past 18 months research for the Intergenerational Commission has illustrated that, in a range of areas, the assumption that each generation will do better than the one before it is under pressure. This paper is one of a series that moves beyond the diagnosis of these problems to consider what action […]

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Technical fault: Options for promoting human capital growth

Executive summary Since its launch in June 2016, the Intergenerational Commission has uncovered a wealth of evidence raising questions about the extent to which we should expect the steady generation-on-generation living standards progress experienced during the 20th century to continue into the 21st. Whether looking at pay, progression, housing, consumption or wealth, the research has […]

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