The programme, which was launched on Wednesday 25 September, started off with 25 members
The number of members signed up to the Institute of Financial Wellbeing has increased six-fold from its launch just two days ago. The programme, which was launched on Wednesday (25 September), started off with 25 members and now has 194 registered individuals ready to offer their help - an increase of 159. Those helping the institute will research the principles of money and happiness, develop ways in which financial planning and advice firms can use this research in their businesses, and collaborate...
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