Improving Outcomes in Money Advice Project
The data returns for the 2015-16 financial year, submitted by all 31 Scottish local authorities who fund money advice services, were analysed and a report produced. As this was the second iteration of the performance management framework, it was possible to compare the data provided with that reported for the previous year.
The key findings were:
Building on feedback from the first iteration of the MAPMF, the project team created reports for each local authority area which contain, on an individual basis, the data that was used to compile the overview 2015-16 report. Where possible, these reports outline any key performance changes in money advice services between 2014-15 and 2015-16, as suggested by the data supplied. Each individual report is available to download in full via the summary pages listed below.
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