Financial Health Exchange – Financial capability can help people to optimise their financial health

This edition of the Financial Capability Week guest blog comes from the Financial Health exchange; the organisation works to help policy-makers and practitioners stay up to date on the latest financial health thinking and ensure that financial health good practice is followed in all of their work with clients and service users. To submit a […]

Bristol CAB – Financial capability and council tax

This of our guest blog comes from Citizens Advice Bristol.  This is part of a series of guest blogs, during the UK’s first Financial Capability Week to showcase the great work that numerous organisations are doing to improve the low levels of financial capability across the UK To submit a blog on financial capability, please contact joe.cockerline@moneyadviceservice.org.uk. Financial […]

CSA – One small step consumers can take to avoid unknown debts

This edition of our Financial Capability Week guest blog comes from The Credit Services Association (CSA), the only national association in the UK for companies active in the debt collection and purchase industry. To submit a blog on financial capability, please contact joe.cockerline@moneyadviceservice.org.uk. With 40% of adults saying that they are not in control of […]

Nutmeg – Why financial capability matters

This edition of the Financial Capability Week‘s guest blog showcasing the great work that organisations are doing to improve the low levels of financial capability across the UK from Nutmeg, the UK’s first online discretionary investment management company. To submit a blog on financial capability, please contact joe.cockerline@moneyadviceservice.org.uk.     Financial capability matters more than it […]

PayPlan – Steps to success

This edition of the Financial Capability Week guest blog comes from PayPlan, one of the UK’s largest providers of free debt advice and free debt management plans. Being in debt can feel very isolating but it’s not uncommon. Many of us will face some kind of financial hardship in our lifetime as our individual circumstances […]

Making Money Count – being practical and personal about money …

In the run up to and during the UK’s first Financial Capability Week, taking place between 14 – 20 November, we’ll be publishing a series of guest blogs related to financial capability. These blogs will showcase the great work that numerous organisations are doing to improve the low levels of financial capability across the UK. […]