On 22nd September 2020, the Scottish Government announced changes to coronavirus restrictions in Scotland that will take effect from 23rd September. These changes included: restrictions on household
There are considerations for consumers when making purchases online at any time, but care should be taken during online events to ensure your purchases are
On the 2nd of February 2020, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) released the Woolard Review, which included an assessment of the ‘buy now, pay later’
With lockdown measures continuing to be extended in Scotland until the end of February, many people may be feeling uncertain about their options for state-issued
With lockdown measures set to remain in place over the next few months, there has been lots of confusion and mis-information on social media surrounding
I have been having an awful time trying to get my private landlord to carry out repairs. He has been using the pandemic as an excuse for a year now. Can you help?
Whilst there were restrictions on work being carried out at the height of the pandemic, essential maintenance was permitted and if the repairs were required
I have been advised by my employer that they plan to start redundancy procedures within our department due to a lack of business, and I don’t understand what this entails. Can you offer any advice?
I am sorry to hear you will potentially be going through the redundancy process – it can be a stressful time for everyone involved. Redundancies usually
I’ve been avoiding paying my Council Tax because I have been on reduced hours at work and now, they’re threatening to freeze my bank account with the little savings I have. What can I do?
Council tax is a priority debt and should be treated as such. A creditor with the relevant authority can freeze the bank / building society account(s)