We're encouraging the self-employed and small businesses to use our online tools to help with their budgeting and cashflow.
Last year, 1,200,785 people were supported by the Trust, either directly through our services or indirectly through our adviser training
The Money Advice Trust is now a Living Wage Employer, ensuring everyone working with us, from employees to third party contractors is paid the living wage.
Our research reveals local authorities in England and Wales instructed bailiffs to collect debts on 2.1 million occasions in 2014/15.
Supporting the self-employed and small businesses.
A report by the Money Advice Trust based on our Business Debtline service.
Over a quarter of people with a mortgage say they will be in financial trouble when interest rates rise, according to our new research. To help, we have produced new advice.
National Debtline has seen a rise of 140 per cent in calls about household debts since 2007. More households are now struggling with essential living costs.
The Money Advice Trust has teamed up with the Royal College of Psychiatrists to improve the experiences of people with mental health and debt problems.