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Budget your way to better mental health

Expect the unexpected and you might just be prepared, that’s the theme of our latest blog as we shine a light on ...

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Mental Health Awareness Week 2019 kicks off

More than one in seven Scots have admitted experiencing suicidal thoughts and feelings because of concerns about their body image, a new poll ...

Going to Court because of Debts

When someone you owe money takes you to court, this can be a worrying time, particularly if you have never been in a ...


rebuilding your creditscore

How to build your credit score in 6 easy steps

Having a good credit score is a big part of your financial life. A three-digit number that determines how likely you are to ...

More than half of Scots with problem debt are struggling with council tax arrears

Carrington Dean is calling for the Scottish Government to act to help hundreds of thousands of Scots now struggling with problem debts.The ...

Saving on a low income

How to save on a low income

We’ve all been there, staring at your bank balance each month watching your money leave your account as quickly as it comes ...

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What is a charge for payment?

Charges for Payments are legal demands for payment, served by Sheriff Officers and give 14 days ...

Summary warrant

What Is a Summary Warrant?

Summary Warrants are the equivalent of a court order but are only issued for certain types of debt, like

council tax

Scotland’s Council Tax Bills Set to Rise

With Most Scottish Council’s now having set their budgets, over the coming weeks, millions of households across Scotland will see their

Breathing space

What is Scotland’s Breathing Space?

If Sheriff Officers arrest your wages? What can you do?If they freeze your bank account, what options are available?If someone you ...

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