The Consumer Financial Education Body has rebranded as the Money Advice Service.
The organisation’s free workplace financial education programmes, which have been offered to employers for over four years, will be refreshed, but the content will not change.
Stuart Bailey, national partnerships manager at Money Advice Service, said: “The core content will remain the same, but we can now back seminars up with a new range of printed materials for staff looking ahead to retirement, faced with redundancy, or approaching maternity leave.”
The body has a new website, which will soon offer a money health check.
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