IFAs and wider sector should support Money Advice Service
Mas’s role is necessary and its aim to educate the public about personal finance is laudable.
Until the day when a GCSE in personal finance becomes compulsory for all pupils the MAS represents the best hope the industry has for a better educated public. Lose it and consumer education will be set back years.
Kevin O’Donnell is a financial writer and journalist
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