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Debt and Borrowing (UK Specific Content) EMEA

About This Course

Starbucks and Arizona State University have teamed up with the Money Advice Service to handpick some fantastic money resources which will help assist UK partners with managing money and keeping on top of financial obligations. These resources have been organized into four courses that focus on debt and borrowing, saving and investing in your future, budgeting and managing your money, and renting or owning a home.

MAS100 Debt and Borrowing will introduce you to important information and questions to guide you towards a deeper understanding of debt and borrowing. This course will help you to differentiate between good debt and bad debt, determine whether or not you need to borrow money, choose the right kind of debt and lender, manage your debt, and apply strategies to pay your debt off completely.

Learners who complete this course will earn a digital certificate of completion.


English proficiency

UK Resident

Meet Your Instructors

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The Money Advice Service was set up as an independent body with responsibility for improving people’s money management in the UK. We were initially known as the Consumer Financial Education Body, the name used in the Financial Services Act 2010 which sets out our statutory objectives.

The Money Advice Service helps people manage their money. We do this directly through our own free and impartial advice service. We also work in partnership with other organisations to help people make the most of their money. We are an independent service, set up by government.

Click on the links below to learn more about the Money Advice Service’s offerings!

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