• Borrowed Years

    Our research finds young people are building up debt and worrying about money in their first few years of adult life, but far too few are seeking advice when they fall behind.

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    Every year, 1 in 4 adults will experience a mental health problem. Our training provides practical tools and support to help your staff recognise and respond to customers with mental health problems.

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    Last year we are pleased to have helped 1.3 million people to tackle their debts and manage their money with confidence - read our Impact Report and watch our short film.

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    A new 12-step guide for advice agencies on treating customers in vulnerable situations fairly, launched by the Money Advice Trust and other advice sector organisations.

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    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.

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  • Stop The Knock 2015

    Our research reveals local authorities in England and Wales instructed bailiffs to collect debts on 2.1 million occasions in 2014/15.

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    Supporting the self-employed and small businesses.

    A report by the Money Advice Trust based on our Business Debtline service.

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