Social Benefits

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Social Benefits - (noun)


The OECD defines social benefits as ‘transfers received by households intended to provide for the needs that arise from certain evens or circumstances, for example, sickness, unemployment, retirement, housing, education, or family circumstances.


Source: Taken from OECD
Example of Use: The government introduced cuts to social benefits as part of the austerity measures.