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Prosper Canada collaborates with policy makers, academics and frontline workers to build a base of evidence concerning strategies for action that empower low-income and vulnerable families.

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This report marks the end of the 2015-2017 ‘FEPS Expansion Project’ during which over 20,000 participants received services and accessed $55M in income tax refunds and other income benefits through tax filing and benefit assistance provided through FEPS sites.
This submission to the Federal Financial Sector Review shares the ABLE Financial Empowerment Network Steering Committee's recommendations for the federal government to strengthen the financial consumer protection regime, expand financial inclusion, and shed light on the financial challenges of Canadians.
This brief explains the financial empowerment framework and how each financial empowerment pillar helps to prevent, alleviate and/or reduce poverty. It also includes recommendations for the Canadian Poverty Reduction Strategy.
This report shares project outcomes, lessons and financial coaching insights from the MPower Money Coaching Program, which mobilized professional financial advisors to serve as volunteer coaches to help low-income individuals identify, plan for, and achieve personal financial goals.
Canadians with low incomes are missing out on important income boosting opportunities because they do not tax file. This infographic shares the barriers people face and nine ways to remove these roadblocks.
This submission shares the views of Canadian financial empowerment leaders on Canada’s Financial Sector Framework and suggests ways in which it can be strengthened to build a more inclusive economy that will benefit all Canadians.
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