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Introducing the Money and Pensions Service

The Money Advice Service (MAS) is changing – but don’t worry! We aren’t going anywhere. You’ll still be able to make the most of our tools and calculators, use our contact centre and find free money guidance on the website.

The biggest change is that we’ve joined forces with Pension Wise and The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS) to become the Money and Pensions Service. All the services currently being provided by the three organisations won’t be interrupted by the change.

The whole vision is to help everyone make the most of your money and pensions. Simple really!

For the time being, MAS, TPAS and Pension Wise will still be using their current names on their websites and social media profiles. You can visit the Money and Pensions Service site to take a more in depth look at our aims and follow our progress as we get ready to launch a new integrated service.

Here are a few things the Money and Pensions Service will offer:

  1. Pensions guidance - providing information relating to workplace and personal pensions

  2. Money guidance - providing information on day-to-day money management skills

  3. Debt advice – enabling people to get free help with debt.

Keep an eye out for us on social media. We currently have Facebook accounts (MAS, TPAS), Twitter accounts (MAS, TPAS), Instagram (TPAS), Pinterest (MAS) and YouTube (MAS, TPAS). You can keep track of everything we’re up to, so you don’t miss out.

We’re going on tour too! Over the next couple of months our team will be visiting ten major cities around the UK. We’ll be listening to what local councils, charities and other experts in your region have to say about how we can be even more helpful with getting people to make the most of their money and pensions.  

And we will be taking what we learn at these events to shape what the Money and Pensions Service will be doing to make it easy for you to get the money and pensions help that’s right for you, whenever you need it.

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