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Advice Network Worcestershire

We are here to provide advice and information you need for everyday problems. The service is free, independent, impartial and confidential

Citizens Advice South Worcestershire

There are 382 Citizens Advice organisations across England and Wales, all of which are members of Citizens Advice. Together we make up the Citizens Advice service. We help people resolve their legal, financial and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice, and by influencing policymakers.

Two Pennies Money Advice

Two Pennies Money Advice is an independent local money advice agency working in the county of Worcestershire from premises in Worcester and Redditch. We help people who are having problems with money and debt.

University Of Worcester Money Advice

The Money Advice Team are part of Student Services at the University of Worcester. We are here to provide students and potential students with welfare and financial advice and support. We will give you all the information you will need on tuition fees, funding available to you and extra support you can get from the Money Advice Team.

Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau

Worcester Citizens Advice Bureau & WHABAC (Worcester Housing and Benefits Advice Centre) provide a free, independent, confidential and impartial service. We offer a range of services, supporting people, providing information / advice and directing people to the best source of help for their issue.

Information last updated 24 May 2017

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.