The concept of financial capability, why it is important and who can benefit
Who is involved, why it is needed and how it will help millions of people across the UK
Groups, areas and themes the strategy focuses on
The Strategy aims to make sure every child gets the financial education they need from ages 3 to 18.
The transition into independent living and the working environment between the ages of 16 and 24 is a critical period in a young adult’s life.
Working life starts when we enter the workplace, and stretches through to retirement – covering many life events from ages 16 to 70
While automatic enrolment will see more people saving into pensions, some people will need to save more to have an adequate income in retirement.
Here we focus on people who are already retired and drawing an income from pensions and other savings.
People can experience financial difficulties at any stage in life. This section covers early intervention, crisis support and building resilience to future financial shocks.
As a nation, very few of us have enough savings. This section looks at ways to tackle this
Discover existing evidence and find out how to evaluate your own efforts
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Children and young people action plan update - December 2018
People in retirement action plan update - December 2018
People in financial difficulties action plan update - December 2018
Working age people action plan update - December 2018
Young adults action plan update - December 2018