Mid-life MOTs - feedback used to shape content for full rollout

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Dear Department for Work and Pensions,

Guy Opperman answered a parliamentary question from Johnathan Ashworth (UIN 119152):

'Towards the end of 2022 Mid-life MOTs were tested in four Jobcentre sites. The feedback from these sessions have helped shape the content that will be included in the full rollout across Jobcentres in Great Britain which is expected to take place in early 2023.'


1. Please send me a copy of any questionnaire(s) used to obtain feedback.

2. Please provide information about who provided the feedback and the numbers involved.

3. Please send me summary details of the feedback obtained and details of the content to be included in the full rollout across all jobcentres.

Yours faithfully,

J Roberts

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Spring Budget 2023

'3.31 Planning for later life can be difficult, and some may leave the workforce early without a full understanding of their long-term financial resilience. A midlife MOT is a review to help individuals take stock of their finances and wellbeing to prepare for a more secure retirement. The government will enhance the digital strand of the offer to ensure more people can access targeted online guidance regarding their career, health and finances. DWP will also expand access to its in-person midlife MOT offer, providing financial planning and awareness sessions for 50+ Universal Credit claimants, aiming to reach up to 40,000 individuals a year'