Money Advice Scotland Helpline and Online Courses

Money Advice Scotland Bill Kidd

I have pledged my support this week to Money Advice Scotland and their work in providing free, impartial and confidential money advice as well as promoting financial inclusion.

Money Advice Scotland, a registered charity, came into Parliament this week to give information on what services they provide which could benefit constituents. For example, they have trained money advisers and deliver financial education. They have also launched a new Helpline which can connect you to free and impartial money advice services in many areas of Scotland.

You can call the Helpline between 9am and 6pm, Monday-Friday on 0800 731 4722.


Total household debt has increased to its highest level since November 2008 as rising prices for essentials are combined with falling real incomes. The Money Advice Scotland Helpline is a vital resource for people living in Anniesland and I would encourage anyone facing financial difficulties to get in touch with the team at Money Advice Scotland.

Want to learn online? You can now sign up for the free online module in the Financial Capabili8ty Programme in either English or Polish.


This is suitable for individuals needing help and for charity workers looking to best support people in difficult financial situations.  

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