Debt advice and counselling

Take control of your finances early to prevent problems further down the line. Do not wait until you are in financial trouble. It is always a good idea to keep track of your money.

Being on top of your finances allows you to cope with changing circumstances or nasty surprises, to borrow wisely or to plan for retirement.

Dealing with a debt problem

If you are worried about debt or money problems, the most important thing is to:

  • take action sooner rather than later - do not ignore calls or letters
  • talk to creditors
  • get advice.

Debt and money advice

Greenwich Money Advice Service is a specialist unit of the Greenwich Citizens Advice Bureau that helps local people who are in financial difficulty and have debt problems.

You can get help with:

  • budgeting
  • negotiating with creditors
  • checking your entitlement to benefits
  • court procedures.

Contact the service directly for an appointment.

Benefits and tax credits

Make sure you are not missing out on benefits and other entitlements. You can contact the Welfare Rights Service for a free benefit check or use our benefit calculator to check if you are entitled to support.

Further information and advice

You can also get free advice by contacting the following services:

Find out where to go for advice