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What should replace the Money Advice Service?

Last autumn, when the Government announced that they would be replacing the Money Advice Service with a single money guidance and capability body, rather than two, we were very pleased. As one of the first and loudest groups calling for

Blog 16th Feb

Latest News

What should replace the Money Advice Service?

Last autumn, when the Government announced that they would be replacing the Money Advice Service with a single money guidance and capability body, rather than two, we were very pleased. As one of the first and loudest groups calling for

Blog 16th Feb

Latest News

What should replace the Money Advice Service?

Last autumn, when the Government announced that they would be replacing the Money Advice Service with a single money guidance and capability body, rather than two, we were very pleased. As one of the first and loudest groups calling for

Britons owe more, pay less in interest. Will it last?

Each Briton is spending, on average, £1001 a year on debt interest repayments, 3.79% of average earnings. Between us, that’s more than £50 billion at an annual rate. That might sound like a lot but it’s actually at the lowest

THE MONEY STATS – Unsecured private debt tops £190 billion

The Money Stats are out today and total outstanding consumer credit has risen above £190 billion, the highest level seen since 2008. For a sense of what this means for the average family, that’s £7,042 for every household in the

The Money Charity’s work with adults

It’s Financial Capability Week, and that gives us a chance to take stock and celebrate the work that we do every day. Today, we take a quick look at the work we do with Adults. Yesterday, for residents of a