Many people are struggling with rising living costs.

That's why it's important to know what help and support is available now that could benefit you, a relative, friend or neighbour.

Get advice from the Council's Cost of Living Support page.

This section of our directory has help to make the most of your money, plan your finances, cut costs and take control of debt. You'll also find details of all the local and national support available. 

You'll also find help to manage your money if you're unable to do this yourself.

You'll also find financial information and advice to help you plan for later life, and financial planning for your health and social care costs.

Citizens Advice Sheffield provides free, independent and confidential advice on financial and legal issues such as benefits, tax credits, budgeting and debt.

They have a range self-help information and tools to help you get on top of your finances:

  • If you want to know which benefits you may be entitled to you can use the benefits calculator tool. The benefits calculator is free to use, and the details you provide are anonymous.
  • For help with getting on top of managing what money you have coming in and paying your bills, you can use the budgeting tool.
  • For help with starting to deal with your debts, Citizens Advice Sheffield has a step by step guide of what to do.
  • If you need to use a food bank, you will find out how you can access one.

For more information on money and debt problems visit the Citizens Advice Sheffield website, but you can also call them for advice on their Advice Line: 0808 278 7820.

Money Helper offers free and impartial money advice, by telephone, on the web or face to face.

View all services in the directory for support with money and legal.







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