Most think financial pandemic pain is over, but could face a nasty surprise
Our figures show, a fifth of people have been hit financially by the pandemic but think the worst is now over (21%). Two fifths don’t think they’ll be hit...
StepChange welcomes DRO changes but emphasises importance of further change
New £2.4m pilot for people in mental health crisis to help avoid spiralling debt
The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) has launched an innovative new pilot to help people in mental health crisis avoid worsening debt problems, as part of its...
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