Evaluation Scotland Wales

89% of employers agree financial concerns have an impact on staff performance

Working age

Working age covers a large period from the ages of 16 to 70, and covers a wide range of financial decisions and life events. Poor financial capability leads to increased stress, and the connection between physical, mental and financial wellbeing is increasingly being understood. Financial capability interventions for working age adults cross a range of areas: workplace, welfare, housing, health, technology and life events.

Latest News

  • Thursday 15 November 2018

    Press release: Monzo, the Money Advice Service and the Behavioural Insights Team partner to use behavioural science to help people manage their money better

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Financial capability in action

PwC share how big employers can help staff talk about money

PwC discuss why, with household debt set to rise, there’s more reason than ever for employers to build staff financial wellbeing, and how they do this through resources, benefits and corporate social responsibility.

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Calls to Action: setting a new vision for financial capability

Five new Calls to Action have been announced as part of The Financial Capability Strategy’s ambitious vision of how, together, we could move effectively towards a more financially capable nation.

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Changing behaviour around online transactions

This project sought to create evidence around how to embed digital skills in a financial capability intervention for struggling working age adults.

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Workplace strategy

The Strategy aims to understand the role that employers can play in supporting and improving financial capability. Financial difficulties can lead to decreased productivity in the workplace. How can employers support the financial wellbeing of their people day to day, through life events and into the longer term?

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Life stages across the UK