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You might be interested in the following money information

2 Shires Credit Union

Credit unions aim to help people take control of their money by encouraging them to save what they can, and borrow only what they can afford to repay. They are community savings and loan cooperatives, where members pool their savings to lend to one another and help to run the credit union. Covers Bassetlaw District, Bolsover District and Market Warsop

Age UK Money Matters

Offers free, impartial, independent and confidential face-to-face money advice on a variety of money matters.

Nottingham Credit Union

Credit unions aim to help people take control of their money by encouraging them to save what they can, and borrow only what they can afford to repay. They are community savings and loan cooperatives, where members pool their savings to lend to one another and help to run the credit union. Covers the whole of Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, apart from the Bassetlaw area. Provides savings, loans and a current account service plus advice and support.

Nottingham Trent University Student Services – Hardship Fund

The University has set aside limited funds primarily to assist non-final year undergraduate students who are unable to work over the summer vacation period due to illness or disability. The Fund can also assists lone parents with dependent children during the period when there is no benefit entitlement. Please note, due to the limitations of the fund we are unable to cover all living costs.

Information last updated 25 October 2018

National information

Bank safely online

Get advice on online banking and how to spot scams. This site reassures you about security measures in place and recommends care and vigilance.

Citizens Advice

Useful advice on a range of issues and there FAQs and Fact sheet sections on Consumer and Debt and money matters. You can find out what best to do in a number of difficult situations. 

Income tax

All you need to know from GOV.UK rates and allowances, relief and refund.

Money advice service

This is a free, unbiased and independent service offering wide-ranging financial advice. You can use the Tools section for handy video and print guides, as well as to carry out a money health check or set out a budget plan.

Money saving expert

A consumer advice site, fronted by Martin Lewis, which is up-to-date, covers a wide range of areas, e.g. banks, cards, shopping, insurance. You may benefit from offers updated almost daily and you can sign up for a weekly e-mail service.

National Debtline

This debt advice charity provides confidential free impartial advice on managing debt and personal budgeting. Use the My Money Steps tool to view the useful and reassuring introductory video and a range of FAQs.

Pensions advisory service

You can find a wealth of information about pensions, including Voluntary National Insurance contributions and a Pensions timeline.