Take care of your financial health

Take care of your financial health

Having a grip of your finances can have a positive impact on your health, mental wellbeing and relationships. We've provided the following guidance and tools to help improve your financial wellbeing.

We've guides covering everything from budgeting to getting onto the property ladder. We’ve also included some of the best resources from the others which give free impartial advice on money matters.

Where to get debt advice

Step Change

No matter how large or small your debt problem is, Step Change can help. Advice can be provided online or over the phone.

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National Debtline

National Debtline is a charity which provides free, impartial and confidential debt advice over the phone and online.

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Money Advice Scotland

Money Advice Scotland is a charity  which aims to help people in debt, support money advisers, and influence policy.

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Debt Advice Foundation

Debt Advice Foundation is a registered national debt advice and education charity offering free, confidential support and advice.

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Don't Fret About Debt

Don’t Fret About Debt are experienced debt experts and offer free advice for those looking for debt support and guidance.

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Money saving tips

Tips when buying a new car

Finding the perfect set of wheels can be time consuming. We've put together some tips to help get you started. 

Hot savings in cold weather

Winter can be an expensive time of year. Read our handy guide on how to cut costs, even when the temperature drops.

Help the environment and your pocket

Little changes every day make a big difference. Check out our handy tips on how to reduce not only your carbon footprint, but your energy bills too.

Holiday saving tips

We’ve pulled together our top tips on ways to save money on your next holiday… whenever that may be!

Top tips to reduce spending

Boost your budget by reducing your outgoings with these handy tips.

The importance of budgeting

We’ve compiled our handy step by step guide to keep your finances on track.

Take control of your money

Find out how Glasgow Credit Union can help you with your finances.

Plan your budget here

This free budget planner is an excellent tool to help you take control of your money.

Reduce your fuel costs

We’ve put together our five top tips on how to help increase your fuel efficiency and save you money.

Seasonal plan for your money

Give your finances an overhaul with the help of our seasonal guide.

First time buyers checklist

It’s the biggest purchase most of us will ever make so understanding the ins and outs of the first time buyer market is essential. Check out our top tips in our handy guide.

Mortgage Jargon Buster

Our mortgage jargon buster is a helpful A to Z of mortgage terms to help you get to grips with the jargon of buying and selling.

Payment Support

Payment Support

If you find yourself struggling to make your credit repayments or wider debt, it’s important to remember that no problem is unsolvable. 

We are here to help and support you with a range of options.




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Financial help and advice

Citizens Advice Scotland

Offers free, one-to-one and impartial general advice on employment, housing, debt, benefits and consumer issues as well as many other topics.

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The Money Advice Service

The Money Advice Service was set up by the government to provide free and impartial money advice to help improve your finances.

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Pension Wise

Pension Wise is a service from MoneyHelper, backed by the UK government. They offer free, impartial guidance to over 50s. 

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