Vulnerable young people offered financial education cut their debts by 60% – while their peers see borrowing rise by 50% | Moneywise

Investing in the financial education of vulnerable young people has a dramatic effect on their financial wellbeing, new research has found.Every £1 spent on financial education for vulnerable young people created £5.57 in social value, which grew as time went on, the research by economic research consultancy ERS on behalf of the Money Advice Service (MAS) found.
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Amazing results…

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