Maps' MoneyHelper launches resilience programme

Couch to Financial Fitness follows the format of NHS-backed running app Couch to 5K

Hope William-Smith
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MoneyHelper has launched the Couch to Financial Fitness programme
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MoneyHelper has launched the Couch to Financial Fitness programme

Savers’ financial resilience is being targeted in a new MoneyHelper financial wellness offering focussed on pandemic recovery.

The new MoneyHelper website - launched by the Money and Pensions Service (Maps) in June - has based its Couch to Financial Fitness programme on the successful NHS-backed running programme, Couch to 5K....

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