The Citizens Advice network in Scotland is launching ‘Our Advice Adds Up’, a campaign to help people who are facing money issues this autumn as the furlough scheme ends, the value of Universal Credit is expected to be reduced and the energy price cap increases.
Where to get help:
We are here to help with your money worries. Contact your local Citizens Advice Bureau to get free, confidential and impartial advice. An adviser will be able to talk through your situation and work out the next steps. Find your local bureau and get in touch today.
Additional online resources:
- Feeling lost about money? Our Money Map tool directs you to online help finding ways to make the most of your money, decrease your bills and help meet the costs of daily living.
- Access free support online from our public advice site, including information on budgeting, what to do if you’re struggling to pay your bills and on dealing with debt.
- Find out if you’re missing out on making savings on your council tax bills. Our Council Tax tool tells you quickly if you’re entitled to a discount, reduction or exemption.
- If you are thinking about claiming Universal Credit for the first time, we can help. Our Help to Claim advisers are available by webchat or telephone (0800 023 2581, Monday to Friday, 8am-6pm) and can guide you through the process, whether you're looking for answers to quick questions or step-by-step support to make your claim.
Our advice adds up. Get in touch with us today!