Help With the Cost of Living – MoneyHelper
“MoneyHelper is here to help, so you can move on with life. Here to cut through the jargon and complexity, explain what you need to do and how you can do it. Here to put you in control, with free, impartial help that’s quick to find, easy to use and backed by government.
Whatever your circumstances or plans, MoneyHelper is on your side. Online, over the phone or face-to-face, we’re here to give you clear money and pensions guidance. We can also point you to trusted services, if you need more support.
Open to everyone, MoneyHelper is helping people to clear their debts, reduce spending and make the most of their income. To support loved ones, plan ahead for major purchases and find out about entitlements. To build up savings and pensions, and know their options.
For money help all in one place that’s free to use, just search for MoneyHelper.”
Moneyhelper have multiple webpages which offer advice, support, and useful tools:
Our free budget calculator will help you to know exactly where your money is being spent, and how much you’ve got coming in. Knowing how to manage a budget – keep track of where every pound is being spent – is a great first step to starting your savings, getting out of debt or preparing for retirement. Our free Budget Planner can help.
Our Bill prioritiser can help you put your bills and payments in the right order. If you’re struggling to pay – whether it’s your rent, your mobile phone bill or loan repayments – it will tell you what to do in two easy steps before you miss a payment
The price of everyday essentials is going up, you’ve probably noticed it at the supermarket and in your monthly bills. Inflation and interest rate rises mean that your money might not stretch as far as it used to.
If you’re behind on your bills or going into debt to pay them, the best thing you can do is take action. You might be able to claim extra support, cost of living grants or payments to help you increase your income.