England & Wales, Global, Scotland Technology , Welfare and equalities

Not cashless but less cash – IPPR report

Summary

The UK is becoming an increasingly cashless society. By 2028 fewer than one in ten transactions will involve cash. The digital revolution brings many benefits to consumers and businesses but, as cash declines, some people risk being financially excluded. A report from the IPPR considers the issues and policy implications.

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