At Money Advice Scotland, we are keen to ensure that the views and concerns of our members, partners and supporters feature prominently on the policy agenda. With that in mind, we have developed the Money Advice Scotland Evidence Base to help capture the key social policy issues impacting consumers in Scotland.
The below form is designed to be as concise as possible and should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete. If we require additional information, we will contact you directly in any case. Please ensure that you do not include any information that will make your client identifiable. By contributing to the Evidence Base, you will also be able to demonstrate the Scottish National Standards competences for identifying and recording key social policy issues.
We welcome contributions from anyone who works to improve the financial wellbeing of Scottish consumers, including money advisers, financial capability workers and welfare rights officers.
Money Advice Scotland will draw on the evidence you submit to help determine emerging trends in the sector. Case studies will also form the basis of research reports and consultation responses that will be shared with contributors. Thank you in advance for your participation.