Looking for practical and trustworthy money advice? Here's our top 3 picks:
The Money Advice Service is a government-backed service that provides free and impartial money advice on a range of topics including redundancy, pensions, insurance, mortgages, budgeting and money management, benefits, saving and investing, and much more. Their advice is available online, over the phone, by web chat, face-to-face and in printed guides. It was announced in this year’s Budget that The Money Advice Service is to be scrapped and replaced with a new service, but until such time, their advice is still available and their website contains a feast of helpful articles and tools.
Citizens Advice is a network of independent charities across the UK that offers free confidential and impartial advice on all sorts of issues including money, benefit, housing and employment problems. Their advisers can give you advice on everything from budgeting, banking, borrowing money, mortgages and debt solutions. You can talk to them in person, over the phone or online.
National Debt Line is an independent charity dedicated to providing free impartial and confidential debt advice over the phone and online. Their debt advisers are their to help you get out of debt by talking you through your options and giving you clear advice on how to move forward.
Have you used any of these websites? Did you find them useful? Let us know by leaving a comment below – we’d love to hear your tips.