Citizens Advice is warning about three changes in September that are going to make it very hard for people to make ends meet:
- The end to the Universal Credit uplift
- The end of the COVID-19 Furlough scheme
- The energy price cap hike
We’ve seen a 68% increase since last summer in people looking at how much they could get when claiming Universal Credit.
At the beginning of 2021, we campaigned to #KeeptheLifeline of the £20/week Universal Credit uplift,
69% of people in North East England have been targeted by a scammer since January,
North Tyneside Citizens Advice has continued giving advice to those in need throughout the coronavirus pandemic thanks to the tireless dedication of its staff and volunteers.
North Tyneside Citizens Advice is warning people to take control of their debts and their rent before 31st May,
North Tyneside Citizens Advice is looking for people to join our team of volunteers. Volunteers at Citizens Advice come from a range of backgrounds and ages to contribute their time and skills to help deliver this important service.
Debt Awareness Week 2021 is all about people feeling comfortable asking for the help and to ease any worries people may have about being judged,
The charity, which quickly adapted to help more people via the phone, email and webchat,
It’s vital that we keep the uplift to Universal Credit and Working Tax Credit
- At the beginning of the pandemic,
Are you over the Age of 50?
Are you finding it difficult to manage around the house?