The Chancellor is to scrap consumer guidance provider the Money Advice Service (MAS) in today's Budget, according to reports.
George Osborne is to announce he will replace the MAS with a much smaller body with a focus on providing 'frontline' services to those in financial difficulty - currently the focus of its debt advice arm...
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