It outlines five priority themes which will help MaPS deliver its core services to millions of people, so they get the guidance and advice they need on money, debt and pensions, however and whenever they need it.
Caroline Siarkiewicz, Chief Executive of the Money and Pensions Service, said:
“Feeling confident and in control of your financial situation is crucial, and is more important now than ever before, as people navigate their way through cost-of-living pressures.
“Our corporate plan outlines how MaPS will work in partnership with others to improve people’s financial wellbeing and build a better, more confident future. Delivering against our priorities will ensure that we are providing the best help possible to those that most need it during these challenging times.”
Sara Weller, Chair of the Money and Pensions Service, said:
“MaPS has a key role to play in making impartial money guidance accessible to all, particularly given the current economic challenges. I look forward to working closely with our many partners to help people right across the country feel more able to manage their money.”