Debt / Money

Debt / Money

Debt & Money: moneyadvice.scot advisers are on-hand to support Scottish Citizens

The purse strings are a lot tighter now than they were at this time last year. From increases at the tills, to skyrocketing bills, we are all feeling the pinch. With increased living costs, comes the potential for us to fall behind, looking at short-term solutions to long-term problems, such as credit and store cards, …

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Cost of Living Crisis – How can advice.scot help?

Living life, affording to pay all our bills, whilst continuing to put food on the table has become quite the juggling task for many of us recently. Increases to the cost of living, with soaring energy prices, and the prices of other essential goods and services jumping up as a result has been challenging. Average …

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I am really struggling after being made redundant. I still have bills to pay, and I am finding myself getting further and further into debt. I don’t know where to start. Can you help?

I am sorry to hear that you are currently out of work, and that you are struggling with debt. Many people are finding themselves in a similar position just now. You don’t need to deal with this alone, and it is good that you have reached out for support. Understanding Debts Priority Debts – It is important …

I am really struggling after being made redundant. I still have bills to pay, and I am finding myself getting further and further into debt. I don’t know where to start. Can you help? Read More »

Benefits Support in Scotland: Grants, Payments, and How to Access Them

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 support and guidance. However, if you are a parent, guardian, or young carer living in Scotland, the Scottish government has developed a number of benefits, grants, and other means of …

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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) of someone who owes them money. The local authority would be the creditor in this instance. If you owe the money to the local authority, and they have gone through the …

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? Read More »