Glasgow-based social enterprise Plan B is extending its influence across Scotland as a "different sort of money adviser for people in Scotland".
Glasgow-based social enterprise Plan B is extending its influence across Scotland as a \"different sort of money adviser for people in Scotland\".
Daniel Rous, chief executive of Furniture Plus, a Fife-based recycling company
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By Dillon Schneider
Founded by Lucy and Ian Haughey, Plan B describes itself as "not a charity, not a local-authority body... we're a co-operative of independent advisers with an ethical outlook".
The company specialises in offering advice to other social enterprises, such as the Fife-based furniture recycling company, Furniture Plus, in advance of the October 1 start of the Department for Work and Pensions' auto-enrolment regime.
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