Develop education course
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Hachette UK, one of the UK's leading publishing groups, appointed Jelf Employee Benefits to provide a financial education workshop to its employees over the summer.
Call for more advisers to join scheme
Communicating the right messages in the right format
Over 9,000 people have clicked on an adviser's contact details after using the Money Advice Service's (MAS) adviser directory.
A persistent lack of awareness among consumers around spotting pension scams and finding financial advice has raised concerns about whether consumer education campaigns are working.
The Money Advice Service (MAS) is helping to launch a £700,000 fund to trial ways children as young as three years old can be taught the tools and information they need to manage their money later in life.
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