Trust talks money worries

Northwich Guardian: Trust talks money worries Trust talks money worries

MONEY specialists are helping mid Cheshire’s housing trust residents through financial difficulties.

Weaver Vale Housing Trust’s Money Matters team received 381 referrals between April and December last year.

The team advises and supports residents with debt, unpaid bills, budgeting, welfare benefits, loan sharks and welfare reform.

Adam Shufflebotham, Money Matters team leader, said: “We are currently in a period of major change to the welfare system and this is inevitably having an impact on many of our customers.

“Our team is there to ensure people are as informed as they can be and given all the support they need to stay on top of their finances.

“If customers fall into rent arrears it will put them at risk of losing their home so it’s really important they contact our Money Matters Team at the earliest possible opportunity and that they know friendly and knowledgeable money advice is available to them if they need it, they don’t need to tackle their financial issues alone.”

To discuss money worries with the Money Matters team, or to book an appointment, call 01606 813341.

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11:24pm Sun 26 Jan 14

47thmoon says...

George Osborn, David Cameron nor Nick FibDem need call in the money advisor - they have 11% pay rise. We bail out the bank and bankroll the rotten MPs fiddling expenses and we get THE BEDROOM TAX and THE FOOD BANK and Spring Heel Smith mocking us for electing them to office. Same old Tories, same turn of a blind eye to the offshore tax fiddle (they get a tax break for that, too), same as the song says: "its the rich what gets the pleasure and the poor what gets the blame!"
George Osborn, David Cameron nor Nick FibDem need call in the money advisor - they have 11% pay rise. We bail out the bank and bankroll the rotten MPs fiddling expenses and we get THE BEDROOM TAX and THE FOOD BANK and Spring Heel Smith mocking us for electing them to office. Same old Tories, same turn of a blind eye to the offshore tax fiddle (they get a tax break for that, too), same as the song says: "its the rich what gets the pleasure and the poor what gets the blame!" 47thmoon
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