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Budgeting and money

Advice is available locally and online to help with your finance, budget and debt matters.

1. Debt

Struggling with debt can make the prospect of  a new job seem daunting. There is free support available locally and nationally, usually for free.

Cardinal Hume Centre

Help with all aspects of money management

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The Money Advice Service

Free and impartial money advice, set up by government, including:

  • advice and guides to help improve your finances
  • tools and calculators to help keep track and plan ahead
  • support over the phone and online

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Christians Against Poverty

Offers debt advice, job clubs and help with addictions.

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2. Benefits when you start working

When you start working, any benefits you are claiming may be affected. You can use a benefit calculator to estimate how your benefit entitlements may change.

If you are a registered user of our service, we can help you with what you need to do and who to tell that your circumstances have changed.


3. Find benefits and grants

Find out what financial help might be available to you through welfare benefits or grants. The Turn2Us benefits calculator and grants search tools can help you check what you might be able to claim or apply for.


Last updated 03 May 2017
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