Financial Capability Week

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Financial Capability Week

It's claimed teenagers are ill-prepared when it comes to managing money. That is according to those behind the first ever Financial Capability Week - which launched at the Bank of England Museum.
The Money Advice Service says a third of 16 and 17 year olds have never put money into a bank account.

Between the 14 - 20 November 2016 The Money Advice Service are raising awareness of the importance of financial capability, what it means and the organisations involved in making a change. 

 

 

 

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