New resources to help you cope with the rising cost of living

11 Apr 2022
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As the cost of living continues to soar, new resources are becoming available to help people weather the storm.

The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) has released a new resource on its Money Helper website to help people cope with increases to the cost of living. It is intended to help people who have not yet missed payments on their bills, but who are at risk of doing so.  

MoneySavingExpert has published an article called Heat the Human Not the Home which provides practical tips to keep warm for anyone who can’t afford to heat their home, including costs comparisons for different measures.

The British Gas Energy Trust in partnership with IncomeMax has developed the Bounce Back Checklist which contains links to lots of useful resources, ranging from benefits, housing assistance to free debt advice.

This page will be updated as new resources become available.


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