The industry-funded Money Advice Service (MAS) has ignored calls by MPs to cut its marketing budget, saying it needs the multi-million pound pot to "encourage people to take action" on financial matters.
Only two weeks ago the MAS was branded "not fit for purpose" by a Treasury sub-committee of MPs, which called for an urgent independent review into the service and a possible scrapping of it altogether....
£624,311 of assets frozen
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