Every week we see a new story about inequality and living standards. Even as the economy improves for millions of people in Britain making ends meet is difficult. Whether it’s benefits and bedroom tax or price hikes on energy bills or salaries flat-lining whilst rents increase, it’s tough. Those on the lowest incomes often pay more for basic products and services and whilst business teaches its staff how to sell, few of us are trained in how to buy.
Money Saving Movement empowers people to get the most out of their budgets, however tight.
Money Saving Movement believes everyone should have access to the knowledge and skills to shop and buy effectively as well as taking advantage of all resources and benefits available to them in an increasingly more complex 21st century.
Money Saving Movement works with housing professionals, benefits agencies, councils, trade unions, campaigners and businesses to make that happen.