Money Advice Service


(Money Advice Service, 02/07/2020)

As the FCA want to raise consumers' awareness of the information that is available to you, we strongly suggest that you take a look at the information they offer.

Who are they?

The Money Advice Service is an organisation whose statutory objective is to develop and co-ordinate a national strategy to improve people’s financial capabilities. The service provides free money guidance and debt advice online and by telephone.

The organisation was set up by the UK Government and is paid for by a statutory levy on the financial services industry. The information is provided by the Money and Pensions Service.

Please see the following links for further details:

UK News

Salons offered early-morning haircuts and pubs served midnight pints as England's rules changed.
The former prime minister is at the centre of a row over his work for finance firm Greensill Capital.
Footfall more than trebles as queues form outside branches of Primark, JD Sports and TK Maxx.
Northern Ireland is the last part of the UK to lift the rule, but people will be told to "stay local".
Apple and Google's rules state that no location data from app users can be shared.