The Financial Advice project is part of our work on Increased Choice. Its aims, project updates and group members can be found below.
To provide disabled people with straightforward access to web based financial information and advice, building on the current Money Advice Service website.
In 2013/14 the DAA worked with the Money Advice Service to develop a section of their website that provided clear financial advice to both disabled people and carers.
The Money Advice Service is now reviewing their website, both in terms of content and usability. It is looking to optimise the content it created with the DAA to drive more actions by helping more consumers find the content and ensuring the pages link to external sites that support the consumer journey. The DAA project group is working with MAS to review proposals and content. In addition, two members of the Age Action Alliance are also supporting the group in this work.
Chair: Nicholas Hill – Money Advice Service
Andy Chaplin – Foundations (member of the Age Action Alliance)
Cam Nicholls – Digital Accessibility Centre
Meike Beckford – Dosh Ltd
Michael Paul – Disability Rights UK
Tony Crane – Just Retirement Group (member of the Age Action Alliance)
Trudie Hills – Lloyds Bank