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MAS helps millions make sense of money matters

More than 6.3m people contacted the Money Advice Service (MAS) between April and September...

  • Nov 08, 2013
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English pupils to study financial products and interest rates

Financial education has been confirmed as an official part of the English national curricu...

  • Sep 13, 2013
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One million homes sold to fund care costs – NFU Mutual

A quarter of Brits are relying on inheritance to fund their retirement yet do not realise ...

  • Sep 04, 2013
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Cost of sending a child to state school soars to £22,500

The average cost of putting a child through school in the UK is now £22,596, which works ...

  • Jul 11, 2013
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Industry backs plans for basic financial education

A draft National Curriculum for England which includes plans for compulsory financial educ...

  • Feb 08, 2013
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Money Magpie: all advice should be independent

The current scope of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) is only a temporary measure whic...

  • Jan 15, 2013
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Financial ed in schools petition gains 17,000 signatures

A petition calling for financial education in schools has collected more than 17,000 signa...

  • Aug 17, 2011
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