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The UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing is taking forward the work of the Financial Capability Strategy Opens in a new window

For interventions targeting young adults aged between 16 and 25.

Young adults outcomes framework

The Young Adults Outcomes Framework describes the elements of financial capability that people need to manage their money well between the ages of 16 – 25 and that are important in navigating personal finances in the transition to independent living. The outcomes contained within the Framework are grouped under the outcome areas of Wellbeing, Behaviour, Connection, Mindset and Ability.

The Framework draws on outcomes from the Adults Outcomes Framework and the oldest age groups within the Children and Young People (CYP) Outcomes Framework and adds outcomes that are specific to this age group and to the transition to independent living.

The Framework has been created with consideration of the range of different life situations and income sources / responsibilities that make up the young adult age group.

The associated Question Bank can be filtered according to particular target groups, such as young adults who have student loans or young adults living in supported environments.

Both the Framework and the Question Bank can be found in one document in the Downloads section of this page.