Sometimes it can help to talk to someone impartial. There are a range of organisations that provide free support and advice on matters such as; money management, mortgages, social welfare and general consumer affairs. Don’t struggle alone when you can get help and support.
Run by the national charity the Money Advice Trust, National Debtline is a free telephone debt advice charity that has been providing free impartial debt advice for over 25 years. Its website also offers information on debt solutions, debt management plans and has a webchat service.
Free, independent, confidential and impartial advice on topics ranging from legal and consumer advice to financial affairs. Advice is available face to face, over the phone or via webchat.
Gateway for UK government services, including information on benefits and taxes.
Comprehensive mortgage advice and guidance for homeowners and first-time buyers from the UK’s leading consumer affairs website.
Are a housing and homelessness charity, which provides support to millions of people each year through advice and legal services. Help is available face-to-face, online and via their national helpline. The charity also actively campaigns on issues related to poor housing and homelessness.
The UK’s largest support network for Independent Advice Services. Their members centres offer debt advice including specialist advice for minority communities and people with disabilities.
Independent organisation that provides a range of benefit calculators that help to check the level of existing benefits or eligibility for others.
Detailed information on all kinds of state benefits available to people living in the UK.
Government provided Information and claim packs for tax credits.
National charity that aims to provide practical help to people who are struggling financially. Their benefits calculator takes less than 10 minutes to complete and will show which means-tested benefits you may be entitled to, including tax credits.