We encourage anyone who is struggling to manage debt to seek advice and to be cautious about using debt management companies as fees can be expensive. Always check terms and conditions and small print. We recommend only using agencies that are impartial or government sponsored and if you are unsure check with the Citizens Advice.

For impartial money help and financial advice we recommend contacting the following organisations. Please click on the image links to visit the websites.

 

The Money Advice Service

 

The Money Advice Service was set up by the government to provide free and impartial money advice and covers a whole range of services from debt and borrowing, budgeting and savings to homes and mortgages and family and retirement. There are lots of online tools and calculators with web chat and phone support for those who need it.

 

Citizens Advice

 

The Citizens Advice is a free, independent, confidential and impartial advice service that advise on rights and responsibilities around practices and policies that affect people’s everyday lives. There is a whole section on their website covering debt and money.

StepChange

 

 

StepChange is one of the UK’s leading debt charities to help tackle your debts with expert advice and fee free debt management.

Trinity Money Advice

 

Trinity Money Advice Leicester is the Holy Trinity’s advice service. The charity provides free, practical and confidential advice to people who are struggling with debt. They also provide budgeting and money skills.

Money Saving Expert

 

 

The Money Saving Expert provides free and impartial information on a whole range of topics including debt. It can’t give debt advice but it does have some great information, pointers, tools and guides to help you.