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The Financial Wellbeing of the Birmingham Community

Location
Business School Main Lecture Theater G12
Category
Research, Social Sciences
Dates
Wednesday 24th April 2013 (09:00-12:00)
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Contact

If you would like to attend this event, please RSVP to ceo@citysave.org.uk.

A key element of the Citysave charter is to promote thrift and financial wellbeing in Birmingham and Citysave has been working to develop a range of banking and budget account services ready for the 2013/14 tax year, in line with the widespread government changes affecting many lower and middle income households.

As household finances are becoming stretched, having access to good information and alternative solutions can help to alleviate financial stress. Limiting the expansion of predatory sectors will further protect households and the local economy.

This event is aimed at employers and other community leaders, who are keen to support their employees, tenants and local residents.

View the event flyer for more details, including the event agenda

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