Why not ‘spring clean’ your finances? New money advice events for Housing Executive tenants

24th February 2015

Last year Advice NI’s advisers successfully helped over 5,000 households making sure they maximised their household’s income.  Advisers checked eligibility for benefits, helped with budgeting and offered free confidential and impartial debt and money advice.  Sinéad Campbell, from Advice NI, is pleased the clinic is taking place in partnership with the Housing Executive and the WAVE Trauma Centre.  She explained

“Many people can find paying all their bills a struggle. Getting advice can help to relieve stress and that’s why we are offering this confidential advice clinic in Armagh.  If anyone is finding it difficult to manage their money and wants support, we’re here to help.

“The advisers will chat about any money worries, look at the whole situation and advise on the options available.  For example if they find a number of people are owed money the advisers can help negotiate with creditors.

“If you want to take action to deal with your money problems, and find a solution that suits you then do come along to The Market Place, Armagh on Thursday 26 February from 12 noon to 3 pm.” 

Gerry FlynnHousing Executive Director of Landlord Services commented:

“We know many of our tenants are struggling financially which can leave them feeling stressed.  We want to make sure they get the help and advice they need. 

“We are delighted to work with Advice NI whose professional advisers provide good quality advice and support.  They aim to help those who contact them feel less stressed about their situation.”

It can be hard to face rent arrears, credit card debt, bank loans, store cards, payday loans or door step lenders on your own. If you are not able to attend the event but would like to talk to an adviser about your finances you can contact AdviceNI’s, money and debt service, Debt Action NI on 0800 917 4607, text ‘Action’ on 81025 or browse the website www.debtaction-ni.net to download self-help information or send an appointment request.

WAVE's Welfare Co-ordinator Annette Creelman shall be in attendance to offer advice and answer any questions in complete confidence.

We hope to see you there.


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