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    The help for financial literacy ( and help with English) is available and free, for anyone, via basics skills courses run at local colleges and also in outreach places such as council hubs, schools, church halls etc. Job centres and benefits people have known about these for years. (I recall that our jobcentre had people take a basic maths and English test, referring them to free courses, if required)
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