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The Money Advice Service

Summary
Free and impartial money advice service, set up by government. The service provides: advice and guides to help improve your finances, tools and calculators to help keep track and plan ahead (including a Universal Credit helper tool), support over the phone and online (web chat). The Money Advice Service also has a comprehensive list of organisations where you can access free debt advice online, over the phone or face to face https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/en/tools/debt-advice-locator. All of the services are free, confidential and hold a standard accredited by the Money Advice Service.


Description

Free and impartial money advice service, set up by government. The service provides:

  • Advice and guides to help improve your finances
  • Tools and calculators to help keep track and plan ahead (including a Universal Credit helper tool)
  • Support over the phone and online (web chat)

The Money Advice Service also has a comprehensive list of organisations where you can access free debt advice online, over the phone or face to face. All of the services are free, confidential and hold a standard accredited by the Money Advice Service.

How will a debt adviser help you?

A debt adviser will:

  • never judge you or make you feel bad about your situation
  • always be happy to talk to you, however big or small your problem might be
  • find ways to manage your debts even if you think you have no spare money
  • suggest ways to deal with debts that you might not know about.

 


Who to contact

Telephone
0800 138 7777
Website
Money Advuce Service website

Last Updated
28/11/2018
Keywords
Money, Money Advice Service, MA, debt, benefits
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