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Money Advice Trust welcomes scale of cost of living support

Money Advice Trust welcomes Chancellor's announcement of more support for struggling households

The Money Advice Trust has welcomed today’s announcement from the Chancellor of more support for households struggling with rising living costs.

Jane Tully, director of external affairs and partnerships at the Money Advice Trust, the charity that runs National Debtline and Business Debtline, said:

“Today's very welcome package of support announced by the Chancellor goes further than many expected. For households who are struggling with the cost of living across the board, this help could not come soon enough.

“It is crucial now for households to be given immediate clarity on how much of today’s support they are entitled to, how they will receive or access it, and when payments will arrive.

“It’s also important that everyone who is struggling with their finances knows they are not alone. Free debt advice services like National Debtline are here to help, and we would urge anyone in difficulty to seek free debt advice as soon as possible.”

National Debtline offers free advice at www.nationaldebtline.org.




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