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PFS introduces affinity benefits package

The Personal Finance Society has introduced an affinity benefits package designed to provide enhanced access and exclusive discounts to a range of lifestyle and business services for its members.

The initial package has links to over 20 companies providing a range of products and services from legal and IT support to car rental and professional indemnity cover.

The package can be viewed on the Personal Finance Society website and contact made with the affinity companies through the special links.

Mark Ommanney, CEO of PFS, says: “The Personal Finance Society is dedicated to promoting the interests of its members both professionally and personally. Whether members are looking for legal solutions, assistance with website design or to purchase learning materials, the partner discount scheme we have put in place is designed not only to help but to offer some great discounts.”

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