Money Advice Scotland
Money Advice Scotland is Scotland’s money charity. They exist to help people in debt, support money advisers, and influence policy. Their mission is to be the driving force towards financial wellbeing for the people of Scotland. You can read about their priorities for the next few years, which are outlined in the Money Advice Scotland strategy for 2018-2023.
What they do:
- Support money advisors
- Help people in debt
- Influence Policy
- Improve Financial Wellbeing
Money advice Scotland have attended many of our college events in the past and have also run specific workshops for students, if this is something that may be of interest to your class then please get in touch with GCCSA and we can look to arrange a session that suits and on a useful topic.
As part of their Financial Wellbeing series, this month they are hosting a free webinar on an Introduction to Credit Scores. This webinar is aimed primarily at those who are in further education/training and will be held on 15th September at 10am (via Zoom). They will explore the purpose of credit scores along with some hints and tips on how to keep track of your score and improve it and this is open to any of our Glasgow Clyde Students to access.
Follow the link here to find out more details and to sign up to receive the zoom link.
Don’t worry if you can’t make or miss this session, Money Advise Scotland will have other sessions like this going on in the future and you can keep up to date with what’s on via their details below.
For the latest news from Money Advice Scotland click here.
You can also access the Money Advice Scotland website: https://www.moneyadvicescotland.org.uk/
In addition, you can also stay up to date and find out how to get support through social media: