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Policy and Government

The Money Advice Service’s 2016/17 Business Plan

calendar15 February 2016

The Money Advice Service (MAS) are an independent service set up by Government to help people manage their money. They have set out their plans for the next three years which include six strategic aims, ranging from helping more people to budget and save, to earlier and wider access to advice. CAP is already involved independently in many of these areas and have responded to support MAS’s priorities for the next year and also to highlight where our experience shows there is gaps in their plans. Read MAS’s 2016/17 Business Plan here and our full response below.

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