How fit are our personal finances?

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By thirdforcenews.org.uk

Figures released in the past month by the Bank of England show that total outstanding consumer credit hit £198.4bn – the highest level since December 2008 and the depths of the financial crisis.
It was in this backdrop that Money Advice Scotland returned to Crieff Hydro in Perthshire this past week to host Scotland’s leading conference on credit, debt and personal finance.
Entitled Financial Fitness: how fit are the nation’s personal finances, the conference brought together a vast spectrum of delegates including representatives from across the third sector in Scotland as well as the Scottish Government, the Financial Conduct Authority, and many more.
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