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A final report on the two-year Financial Empowerment and Problem Solving Program

The Financial Empowerment and Problem Solving (FEPS) program enables Ontarians living on low incomes to improve their financial situation in the short term by accessing government income transfers, and in the medium term by building their capacity for financial security. To achieve these outcomes FEPS workers provide individualized financial problem solving and advocacy support including tax filing, money management and resolution of issues that limit access to income assistance and credit. The sites that deliver the FEPS program also play a valuable role in the community, building local capacity for financial empowerment services and advocating poverty reduction policies.

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Topics: Financial planning

Language(s): English

Fee: Free

Type: Research / reports

Format: Online
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Target audience: General public

Knowledge level: Introductory

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