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'Despite being an essential life skill, Money Management is always a difficult sell to our homeless clients, as it's a rather dry topic. Ripon, however, makes it accessible and even entertaining. He is a rare hybrid of engaging and accomplished trainer AND subject matter expert on all things money – just what we needed!Cordelia Wise, Manager of  Enterprise and Employment, St Martin-In-the-Field, homelessness charity (London)


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