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Delivery plan for Scotland

Following listening events in Scotland and across the UK, The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) launched the UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing at the start of 2020. The Strategy is designed to bring partners together to transform the country’s financial wellbeing in a decade.

Since then, MaPS has been coordinating proposals for a Delivery Plan for Scotland, with input from over 200 stakeholders from across a broad range of sectors.

The Scotland Delivery Plan considers the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and how we can work together to achieve long term and lasting change for individuals, communities, business, and the economy in Scotland. It contains further detail on specific priorities in Scotland for the next 24-36 months, with key commitments and most immediate priorities identified.

Scottish Government and MaPS will cooperate on joint areas of priority within the Delivery Plan.

A progress report on these activities will be produced and updated every six months and will work to record the activity stakeholders are delivering to contribute to these prioritised activities in Scotland and the UK.

Read the Delivery plan for ScotlandOpens in a new window (PDF, 1MB)

Find out more about the UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing.

The plans are for you if you are interested in driving positive changes to people’s personal finances, deliver programmes, services, or support customers with their money, and if you want to learn more about how your organisation can play its part delivering stronger financial wellbeing outcomes for people across Scotland.

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