Wednesday, July 8, 2009
There, there, nanny is on the case!
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 Â£1.37bn and Â£2.7bn over 52 years. A 52 year budget Now that is impressive!