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“Curiouser and curiouser”, said Alice.

I’ve worked in mental health for years and have always refered participants with financial issues around their support needs to the experts. My focus was on addressing issues of a different kind with them. As a support planner, however, I find myself very involved in the financial reality of my clients daily lives. This is new to me. So … Continue reading

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