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Financial education in schools: how to fix two lost years?

Introduction From September 2014, financial education became part of the secondary school curriculum in England. A culmination of years of campaigning, the change was greeted as a great advance. For some, particularly in the policymaking world, there was a sense

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Financial education in schools: how to fix two lost years?

Introduction From September 2014, financial education became part of the secondary school curriculum in England. A culmination of years of campaigning, the change was greeted as a great advance. For some, particularly in the policymaking world, there was a sense

Blog 22nd Sep

Latest News

Financial education in schools: how to fix two lost years?

Introduction From September 2014, financial education became part of the secondary school curriculum in England. A culmination of years of campaigning, the change was greeted as a great advance. For some, particularly in the policymaking world, there was a sense

The Money Charity welcomes Help to Save

Yesterday, The Money Charity submitted it’s response to the Treasury’s consultation on Help to Save (HTS), a proposed new type of savings account for Universal Credit recipients  that would top up deposits by up to 50%. We welcome the introduction

Sharp fall in unemployed people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance

Today the UK’s leading financial capability charity The Money Charity releases The Money Statistics, giving an overview of the financial situation facing people in the UK. Statistics this month show that that fewer adults are claiming benefits that at any