If you’ve been impacted by coronavirus, whether it’s because you’ve lost some or all of your income, or your household bills have increased, it’s important to know what you can do to help with your debt and money worries. Read more
Our research focuses on five principles that will inform a workforce strategy for the money advice sector. Read more
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Following our Adviser Perspectives on a Workforce Strategy research, our new wellbeing project will undertake further research to address some of the findings. This blog outlines how advisers can help look after their wellbeing during the pandemic. Read more
Our financial capability team has developed two new series of webinars to help promote financial wellbeing. Read more
Recent months have highlighted the importance of looking after mental health and wellbeing, particularly in the workplace. People working in advice may be accustomed to dealing with clients in crisis, but the coronavirus situation brings unprecedented challenges to an already stressful and demanding role. This post launches our wellbeing focus campaign. Read more
Our Workforce Strategy research found that a majority of advisers felt that training for advisers and managers would improve their wellbeing. This session will give advisers and managets the opportunity to discuss and find out more about how to make wellbeing training as helpful as possible. Read more
Money Works is our programme to promote financial wellbeing in the workplace for employees and apprentices across Scotland. Our programme aims to improve employee wellbeing by providing information and guidance on products and helping staff to develop both immediate and lasting financial capability strategies. This session will cover life after work (pensions). Read more
The Financial Capability team is hosting an online Money Coach session, aimed at professionals who undertake financial capability work with their clients on a one-to-one basis. The training will help advisers develop new skills to help improve their clients' financial wellbeing and resilience. Read more
Our new Financial Wellbeing webinars are available to any member of the public. The aim of these sessions is to increase people’s confidence, improve their money management, and enhance their ability to take control of their finances, as well as provide important updates on policy changes related to the current Covid-19 situation and the support available. Read more
Information on the FCA's updated guidance for credit customers. Read more
Info on how to get involved with our new wellbeing project, plus some changes to the FCA's mortgage guidance. Read more
Job Retention Scheme and Self-Employment Support Scheme extensions explained, as well as what the new FCA mortgage measures mean. Read more
Coronavirus (Scotand) (No 2) Bill explained Read more
A new Bill introduced by the Scottish Government will set out new changes to the bankruptcy process. Read more
What the extension of the Job Retention Scheme means, as well as guidance on what to do if struggling with council tax payments. Read more
New FCA measures covering motor finance, payday loans, rent-to-own, and buy now pay later. Read more
New FCA measures covering personal loans, credit cards, and overdrafts. Read more
What this week's changes to AiB policies and suspension of benefit overpayment recovery mean. Read more
A summary of the key updates relating to coronavirus including the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill, and changes to recording in credit reports. Read more
Read our CEO's update on how Money Advice Scotland is handling the current situation regarding Coronavirus. Read more
We're delighted to be able to run our Complex Cases courses for free to members thanks to funding from Computershare Loan Services and its Charity Donations Fund. Read more
We’re excited to announce that we’re working on a new digital platform to help those who are digitally or financially excluded navigate online banking. Earlier this month we were successful in a funding bid to work with JP Morgan’s Force for Good project and the team will help us develop a platform that will provide a test environment for individuals who have not used online banking before to familiarise themselves with how it works. Read more