About the CFS
The Common Financial Statement (CFS) was born out of a commitment from its sponsors to create a uniform approach to how financial statements are prepared, to encourage consistent responses from creditors.
This should mean that when someone is faced with a difficult financial situation, a fair resolution can be found without undue delay.
New e-learning courses now available
Advisers and creditors who want to know more about the Common Financial Statement can now access free e-learning from the Money Advice Trust.
Frequently asked questions
- What is the current version of the trigger figures?
- How do I apply for a CFS licence?
- Can a member of the public use the CFS?