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Claiming Carers Allowance and in work or self-employed?

Recent reports by The Guardian and BBC have highlighted the nearly 30,000 people forced to repay overpaid Carer’s Allowance, leaving

Understanding Your First Payslip – April Advice Column

I’ve just got my first payslip from a new job, I’m slightly embarrassed to say I don’t understand what all

A Guide to your rights – Legacy Independent Funeral Directors

A Guide to your rights from Citizens Advice following the police investigation into Legacy Independent Funeral Directors Ltd To help

Read your meters on March 31 – April Advice Column

You’ve probably seen on the news and social media that from April 2024 there is going to be a reduction

Council Tax Bills – March Advice Column

My council tax bill is coming out in March and I am dreading opening it as it always goes up.

Advice Support Volunteer – Two charities, One Internship 

What is the project?  This is a new way of volunteering. It is a partnership between Citizens Advice Hull and

Dealing with Damp – February Advice Column

Damp and mould is building up in our house as the weather gets colder. Our living room is the worst

Why you should consider appointing a power of attorney

At any time in life, a person may temporarily or permanently become unable to make decisions for themselves. Without a

Managing Christmas Debt – January Advice Column

I’ve built up a bit of debt and I am panicking. Even though I cut back, Christmas was expensive, my

Forced Installation of Pre-payment Meters – What You Need to Know

Ofgem, the energy regulator, have announced that some companies can resume force-fitting prepayment meters for those in debt. The companies

Winter Fuel Bills – December Advice Column

I am a single parent with two kids and I’m really worried about how I’ll afford to pay my energy

Money on Your Mind: 12 Tips for Christmas

Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, the festive season can have a negative impact on your mental health, and your