Posts

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Residents urged to get along to Make the Most of your Money Day

Residents urged to get along to Make the Most of your Money Day.

Renfrewshire residents are being urged to give their finances a health check and make sure they’re getting all they’re entitled to by popping into the Make the Most of your Money Day.

The free event will take place at Paisley Town Hall on Tuesday 18 March 2014, from 10am until 4pm.

Councillor Mike Holmes, Depute Leader of Renfrewshire Council, said: “There’s never been a better time to ask about managing your money, dealing with debt, benefits, consumer rights, bank accounts or fuel bills.

piggy-bank

“Unfortunately many families continue to feel the squeeze, and the fact of the matter is that we could all benefit from some good advice about money, our rights and what we’re entitled to.

“We’ll have free and confidential support on everything from coping with redundancy and saving for a rainy day to getting the best deal and becoming more ‘online savvy’ with your cash.

“We’re pulling together a whole host of useful and expert advice under one roof and I’d urge as many local people as possible to get this in their diary and come in for a chat.”

Advice available on the day will include:
*       savings
*       becoming ‘online savvy’
*       energy saving and fuel tariffs
*       benefit check and help with forms
*       getting the best deal for goods and services
*       pensions and retirement
*       housing options
*       looking for a job
*       borrowing
*       budgeting wisely
*       redundancy
*       coping with debt
*       welfare reform
*       support funds available

No need to book, just pop in.

For more information about money advice and benefits information please visit www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/advice