Cost of Living
There‘s a lot of uncertainty right now around the cost of living and you may be worried about your financial situation or being able to pay bills. We’ve put together a list of resources to help you find out what financial support you’re entitled to and where you can turn for help and advice.
If you can’t find what you need here then contact us via the options below.
The government is giving out various grants as part of a package to help with the cost of living, from council tax rebates to energy payments, so make sure you know what you’re eligible for on their website.
You can use this handy benefits calculator to make sure you’re claiming what you’re entitled to. Whether you’re working, unemployed, or self-employed, it’s important to know what help you may be able to claim.
Reducing the impact on your everyday living
A budget planner can help you work out exactly how much money you have coming in and where it’s going, helping you to take control of your finances.
If you’re vulnerable and facing high energy bills, Ofgem priority services register may be able to help you with support.
If you’re overwhelmed with bills to pay, the Moneyhelper bill prioritiser can help you to figure out which of your bills is the most important to tackle first.
The Trussell Trust can help you to find your local food bank if you’re in need of a food parcel or essential household items. You’ll need a referral voucher before you’re able to get any supplies.
Money Saving Expert has put together a guide with tips and tricks to help you cut back on everyday costs.
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