Wednesday, July 8, 2009

There, there, nanny is on the case!

Finance white paper: Financial education

A new consumer education authority will be set up to raise the public's "financial capability" through a "national money guidance service". The Treasury estimates that the total cost of setting up and running the new body and it's advice programme will be between £1.37bn and £2.7bn over 52 years. A 52 year budget Now that is impressive!

Posted by enuii @ 11:27 PM (669 views)
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3 thoughts on “There, there, nanny is on the case!

  • Quango???

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  • If the asking price is more than the real worth, don’t buy. If you have no money, and no prospect of any, then don’t get into debt.

    Can I have between £1.37 and £2.7bn now please?

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  • who stole my pension? says:

    the FSA was set up to do this. like everything else in the FSA remit they have failed to deliver. So when are jobs at the FSA going to get cut? less work means less people which means less waste of tax payers money.

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