Extra Resources

Sometimes you just need someone to point you in the right direction. 

We recommend these websites for their accuracy and clarity, and because they are free. Our debt advice follows the same principles.

National Debt Line

National Debt Line offers advice (via phone, email or web chat), or you can run through their very comprehensive self-help guide, which covers budgets, maximising your money, and looking at debt options.

Their ‘how to deal with debt’ booklet is also available to be sent to you for free.

Their sister site Business Debt Line will help you with business debts.

Citizens Advice Bureau

The Citizens Advice Bureau has links to help you understand the many different possibilities, and provides specific advice if you require it.

Community Money Advice

CMA's website provides a comprehensive range of self-help and useful guides and has additional, useful links and resources on managing your money

The Community Money Advice Impact Report is available to view as a PDF and to download by clicking on this link: CMA Impact Report 2022-23

Debt Camel

Debt Camel is a website offering a personal approach to navigating debt options.


PayPlan, another free, online agency available to help you with your debts.


GOV.UK gives you up-to-date information on options for paying off your debts.


The Turn2us benefits calculator helps you check which benefits you are entitled to.


For more general advice around money matters go to MoneyHelper

Getting help in Cambridge(shire)

We recommend two Cambridge and surrounding area websites:

How are you Cambridge? This site brings together information on local agencies.

Making Money Count We find this website helpful, it is clear and informative.