On the second episode of the Right Way Credit Union Podcast Paula, our Marketing and Communications Exec chatted with Kevin Duffy, who is Partnership Manager – Scotland for the Money and Pensions Service (MAPS).
At the Money & Pensions Service their mission is to “help people – particularly those most in need – to improve their financial wellbeing and build a better, more confident future. Working collaboratively across the UK, we make sure customers can access high-quality money and pensions guidance and debt advice throughout their lives, how and when they need it.”
On the episode Kevin talks about the MAPS ‘UK Strategy for Financial Wellbeing’ and how this is being delivered in Scotland.
Kevin also chats about the services that the Money Helper website provides and how this can help our members. For more information on the products and services that Right Way Credit Union provide or if you’d like to join, visit www.rwcu.co.uk
It is our hope that the information brought to show by MAPs will help start a conversation around financial wellbeing and what this looks like for members. MAPs have specifically developed a strategy based around financial wellbeing and they will be discussing how this is being delivered in Scotland. MAPs will inform our members of the services that they currently provide and how our members can access them.
The show that is set up to chat about our credit union products and services and also ways in which we can help our members. As you may know, there is a lot of information going around about the energy increases that are being introduced from 1st of April, where household annual bills are set to increase by around 54%. For our very first podcast, we’ve invited along Home Energy Scotland to have a chat and find out why this is happening and what you can do around the home to ensure that you are making the most of your energy.
On the podcast, Scott from Home Energy Scotland shares some fantastic hints and tips and we wanted to share this information with you our members, we hope that it may be able to help you navigate through the upcoming increases.
All the hints and tips provided by Home Energy Scotland can be found here –