House of Commons
EDM #1794
Tabled 31 October 2018
2017-19 Session
That this House welcomes Talk Money Week, the annual opportunity to encourage the public, business, charities and educators to Talk Money and prompt the UK's biggest conversation about financial capability; notes that Talk Money Week seeks to remove the stigma around money by having open conversations that help people feel less alone and better able to take control of their finances; recognises the importance of encouraging people to save regularly, raising awareness about the availability of free debt advice, and looking at how people use credit for everyday expenses; and further notes the benefits of raising the profile of financial education, and what this means for children and young people and encouraging people to seek expert advice on retirement planning.

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