PFS to double presence in schools in 2020

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The Personal Finance Society (PFS) is bolstering its educational capacity, doubling the number of sessions it is delivering to schools in 2020. The PFS launched its pro bono initiative My Personal Finance Skills earlier this year and will roll out more than 250 education sessions to 7,500 students across the UK between September 2019 and July 2020. For the next academic year, that is expected to increase to at least 500 sessions.  The program includes teachings on how to manage your money into adulthood, including information about national insurance, pensions, everyday expenditure, a...

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