These uncertain times may result in financial pressures for some people and we understand that having debt, no matter how big or small, may cause stress to someone and impact their overall wellbeing.
Additional information is available and employees who wish to access assistance is available through the sources below:
Money Saving Expert provides support to budget planning, which includes a free spreadsheet to help individuals look at their income and outgoings.
Money Helper set up by government provides free and impartial financial advice. This includes guidance on improving finances, tools and calculators for budget planning, and support over the phone and online.
Money and Mental Health is a registered charity and offers help, support and advice on mental health and money issues.
Step Change debt charity offers a free service to support individuals manage their debt, including advice and practical support.
Scotwest Credit Union is one the largest credit unions in the UK, existing to provide ethical, competitive and fair financial services to anyone that lives or works in the West of Scotland area. Visit the Scotwest newsletters page to read the latest news.
Citizens Advice, impartial and confidential advice, helping people resolve their money, legal and other problems to find out more contact: Scottish Citizens Advice Helpline 0800 028 1456.