Because people in debt deserve to be treated fairly.

Our approach


In collaboration with the Money Advice Trust and Citizens Advice Scotland, Wiseradviser offers a free-to-access training programme for advisers in Scotland.



Share a client experience

At Money Advice Scotland, we are keen to ensure that the views and concerns of our members, partners and supporters feature prominently on the policy agenda.



Why become a member

Find out about the benefits of becoming a member of Money Advice Scotland.


Author: Abbey Fleming

Our Impact


In 2017/18, 726 advisers benefitted from 63 of our free-to-access Wiseradviser course


On average, 94% of attendees rated our training as good or excellent


Our helpline received 1,977 contacts in 2017/18 with 93% of callers reporting a drop in worry levels after speaking with us

Latest stories

  • Welcome to our new website

    Learn about the features of our new website. Read more

  • Financial Wellbeing in the Workplace

    This Talk Money Talk Pensions week, we're discussing how employers can support their employees' financial wellbeing at work. Read more

  • Falkirk Council's Standards Support Journey

    Through our Standards Support service, we guide organisations through a range of quality assurance standards, including the Scottish National Standards for Information and Advice Providers. Kenny Bowie, Senior Debt Advice Officer at Falkirk Council has written a blog on his experience of our Standards Support service. Read more

Latest events

  • Interview skills 1

    The purpose of this course is to introduce advisers to the skills they need to successfully complete an interview. Read more

  • Interview skills 2

    The purpose of this course is to give advisers guidance and a chance to skill share on interviewing in more complicated scenarios. Read more

  • In-house Train the Trainer - Talking Money

    The Financial Capability team is holding an in-house Talking Money session on Wednesday 29th January 2020. These sessions are ideal for staff and volunteers who discuss financial topics with groups and individuals. Talking Money will help staff develop their ability to promote financial wellbeing in a group setting, with a view to empowering service users and focusing on long-term remedies. Read more