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9 Money Management Resources

July 14, 2015

Just because you’re struggling financially now doesn’t mean you’re doomed to stay that way!

To help you, we’ve put together a list of our nine favorite financial advice and support resources to help get your money on track.

 1. Turn2Us

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Turn2us help people in financial need gain access to welfare benefits, charitable grants and other financial help – online, by phone and face to face through their partner organisations.


2. National Debtline

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Debt advice experts committed to improving the situations of people with problem debt. They’ve helped millions of people deal with their debts.




3. Business Debtline

Buisness debtline

A sister project to the National Debtline, Business Debtline is a unique service specializing in helping the self-employed and small businesses deal with their debts.





4. The Money Advice Service

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This may seem hard to believe in a time of austerity and welfare cuts, but the government don’t actually want you to live in poverty.
The Money Advice Service is a government funded initiative offering the following:



5. Citizens Advice

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For the second time in as many month’s we’re signposting people to checkout the fantastic resources on offer over at Citizens Advice. This time we’re specifically recommending you check out their debt and money advice service! You’ll find the information you need to make the right choices, including help to deal with your debt problems, how to avoid losing your home and how to get your finances back into shape.



6. Step Change



 Step change are a charity offering tailored advice and practical solutions to problem debt.



 7. Money Saving Expert


We’d like to thank one of our Care Leavers on Facebook who brought this gem to us.
The Money Saving Expert is “dedicated to saving you money on anything & everything by finding the best deals and beating the system. It’s based on detailed journalistic research & cutting edge tools to help save folk £1,000s.”



8. Money Supermarket


Money Supermarket offers a similar service to Compare the Market. Both websites enable consumers to compare prices on a range of products, including mortgages, credit cards and loans.

But there’s one key difference. Instead of a Youtube channel full of videos about Meercats, Money Supermarket offer’s some pretty valuable advice and guidance – which wins them a spot on this list:

9.  Household Quotes UK Benefit Guide


In the United Kingdom, millions of pounds in benefits is left unclaimed every year. A staggering amount of people could greatly benefit from this help, yet many are simply unaware of their entitlement.

With this in mind, Household Qoutes have assembled the most significant benefits you could be entitled to. If you meet the detailed criteria, you should certainly state your claim and receive the support you deserve.


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