Join us to hear about ‘Money Guidance: A User-centred Approach’, the latest research report by Money Advice Scotland.
The first of its kind in Scotland, this financial capability research focused on two key priority groups: 16-24-year-olds and adults aged 55+ to find out what sort of money guidance would be useful for them.
Marlena McFarlane, Financial Wellbeing Lead and Jenny Pittams, Senior Financial Capability Officer at Money Advice Scotland, will talk about the report's findings and the implications for money guidance in Scotland.
As well as the chance to put your questions to the presenters, there'll be opportunities to network with other participants.
The event will use MS Teams. If you’ve not used Teams before you may want to look at these guides.
Find out more about the network
There's further information at Money Guiders Scotland network, brought to you by the Improvement Service in partnership with the Money and Pensions Service.