The Money Advice Service (MAS) has proposed to cut its money budget by 12% as the service moves from being a provider of guidance to being a ‘facilitator' of third party services.
In its business plan for the coming year, MAS proposed to cut its budget allocated for money advice from £34.1m in the current year to £30.1m in 2016/17, while its debt advice allocation stays the same....
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