The cost of a recession | Is financial education an inexpensive way to support your staff?

Is financial education an inexpensive way to support your staff?
Is financial education an inexpensive way to support your staff?

After months and months of uncertainty about what the UK’s economic future holds, figures finally suggest that we are officially in a recession.

A recession can be defined as at least two consecutive quarters of economic contraction in gross domestic product (GDP). GDP is the value of goods and services – such as milk or the cost of a holiday – in a given period.

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