Introducing the Standard Financial Statement

The Standard Financial Statement (SFS) is a tool used to summarise a person's income and outgoings, along with any debts they owe. Primarily for people seeking debt advice, the SFS is mainly used by debt advice providers and other relevant organisations.

It provides a single format for financial statements, allowing the debt advice sector and creditors to work together to achieve the right outcomes for people struggling with their finances.

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The Standard Financial Statement and low-income households - The FinCap Blog

20th May 2019

Daniel Kelly, co-ordination and engagement manager at the Money and Pensions Service, describes the Standard Financial Statement and recent updates in household finances on The FinCap Blog.

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Introducing the Money and Pension Service

15th April 2019

Set up by government, we are bringing together three respected bodies of financial guidance: the Money Advice Service, The Pensions Advisory Service and Pension Wise into one single organisation - the Money and Pension Service

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