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Recognising Problem Gambling and what to do about it – practical tips for money advisers

06 Feb 2017 | Posted In Thought leadership

Dr Jane Rigbye, Director of Commissioning, Treatment and Harm Minimisation at GambleAware, spoke at the MALG Members Meeting last month (January 2017), offering practical tips on what money advisers can do to recognise and help deal with problem gambling. Here is a summary of what she presented: The vast majority of MALG members will have […]

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Royal London study into impact of regular monitoring on household spending and saving

06 Feb 2017 | Posted In Money advice news

Royal London has published a new report ‘Looking after the pennies’. It is a study of the impact of regular monitoring on household spending and saving, which looks at whether budgeting tools could help people manage their money better. 19 million people in the UK don’t have an approach to budgeting they feel works and […]

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Advice Services Alliance Launches Key Advice Quality Standard

31 Jan 2017 | Posted In Money advice news

The Advice Services Alliance (ASA) launched a new revised Advice Quality Standard, at an important Parliamentary event chaired by Yvonne Fovargue MP today. The new Advice Quality Standard builds on the increasingly high standards in the sector in advising clients on how to use the law to challenge decisions made against them and to ensure […]

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Money Advice Service research finds free debt advice works for both people in problem debt and their creditors

26 Jan 2017 | Posted In Money advice news

The Money Advice Service has published a summary of new findings from its Debt Advice Evaluation annual report (which will be published in full in March 2017) which show that free debt advice gives those in problem debt the helping hand they need to tackle their financial situation, pay off their debts and build money […]

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Money and Mental Health Policy Institute publishes #ThroughTheFog report on financial capability

25 Jan 2017 | Posted In Money advice news

The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute has published a new report entitled Seeing Through the Fog: How mental health problems affect financial capability. It includes a summary of common ways that those with different mental health diagnoses may be likely to experience affects to their ability to manage their personal finances. Read this BBC […]

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