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We know times are tough and we are here to help! Not only do we offer discounted goods in our Staff Shops, but we have compiled a wealth of information from local councils, dept charity's and more to help guide and support you on your financial wellbeing journey.
Financial Wellbeing Newsletter
With help and information from local councils, a Financial Wellbeing newsletter has been created to help you learn about schemes and support available in your area, including a list of local food banks.
Areas covered are: York, Scarborough, Bridlington, Malton and Selby
Click here to download the Financial Wellbeing Newsletter
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Are you worried about your personal finances?
There are many places to get help from, Here are just a few:
Leeds Credit Union
Debt consolidation available as well as impartial advice. Savings directly from your salary.
Click here to visit our dedicated page on Leeds Credit Union
Step Change Debt Charity
A team of debt experts helping 620,000 people a year to deal with their debt problems. With 25 years' experience, you can be confident that we can provide the advice and support you need to achieve long-term financial control.
We offer free debt advice that is based on a comprehensive assessment of your situation. We'll then provide practical help and support for however long it’s needed.
Click here to visit the Step Change Website
Money Advice Service
Free and impartial money advice, set up by government. Advice and guides to help improve your finances, tools and calculators to help keep track and plan ahead. Support over the phone and online.
Click here to visit the Money Advice Service Website
Free Debt Help and Free Debt management plans. One of the UK’s leading free debt advice providers, we offer trusted, expert help & advice to anyone struggling with multiple debts. Since 1992, we’ve helped over 1 million people take control of their finances.
Click here to visit the Pay Plan website
Barclays -Your Financial Future
Financial planning tips | Future planning | Barclays
Get prepared for life’s important events – from moving out and becoming a student, to planning for your family and saving for retirement.
Click here to visit the Barclays website
The Money and Pensions Service
The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) is an arm’s-length body sponsored by the Department for Work and Pensions, established at the beginning of 2019, and also engages with HM Treasury on policy matters relating to financial capability and debt advice.
Click here to visit The Money and Pensions Service website
Financial Support for York Residents
Advice York is a partnership of advice agencies in York who offer free, independent, impartial, confidential advice in areas of social welfare law, including welfare benefits, debt, housing and employment; working together so that people have access to the free, independent, quality services that they need, Advice York is hosted by City of York Council but is an independent partnership.
Click here to view the local financial scheme overview document
York Talk Money
With the continuing increases in the cost of living and higher fuel bills already with us, money is going to be tight for many. To support people through this worrying time, a partnership of money experts have come together to promote an advice and information service, activities, events and signposting to resources.
This includes advice and support from their partners, impartial organisations including City of York Council, the Government, Citizens Advice, Stop Loan Sharks and Community First Credit Union.
Click here to visit the York Talk Money website
Understanding your NHS Pension
The NHS Pension Scheme annual allowance (AA) and tax ready reckoner is designed to help staff understand the benefits they are building up in the scheme and their annual allowance liability.
The ready reckoner will provide members of the NHS Pension Scheme with a broad insight into their AA position, including whether or not the tapered AA may apply to their circumstances. It will also provide an estimated breakdown of the total annual cost of scheme membership and estimate how much their NHS pension is projected to increase by. The ready reckoner looks at the 2020/21 tax year only.
Click here to access the NHS Employers ready reckoner
Please Note: Disclaimer: The inclusion of an advertisement on this website does not imply endorsements by the Trust of the quality of goods or services. Accordingly the Trust accepts no responsibility for loss or damage of any nature what so ever arising to a person as a result of any offer promoted. The information in these webpages is correct at the time of posting but may be subject to change.
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