The Money and Pensions Service (Maps) has launched a 10-year financial wellbeing strategy for UK
The national strategy aims to improve the UK's financial wellbeing within 10 years by getting an additional two million people to regularly save for the first time. Maps has set five "agendas for change" and priority areas that it will work with partner organisations to deliver, in order to help people make the most of their money and pensions. The agendas are financial foundations; nation of savers; credit counts; better debt advice; and future focus. The government sponsored organisation...
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