Money and debt advice

Help with money and debt is available from both local and national organisations.

​Local assistance

There are many sources of help and advice locally for dealing with debt and money problems such as:

You may wish to contact your local district or borough council to find out about local support.

National assistance

There are many national organisations and services that offer information, leaflets, advice lines and self-assessment tools to help you find out about your rights and entitlements, manage your money and sort out financial problems. These include:

Looking for a loan?

If you wish to borrow money and are looking for a loan avoid high interest charging loan companies. You may be able to borrow and save with a Credit Union in your area.

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