Citizens Advice Scotland

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Around 640,000 people in Scotland – about one in seven - find their energy bills unaffordable as a result of low incomes, new analysis from Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has found. Polling for CAS by YouGov reveals 36% of adults in Scotland find their energy bills unaffordable. Of these peopl

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The introduction of Adult Disability Payment and extension of Scottish Child Payment to children under 16 will see a major increase in the number of people eligible to receive Sottish benefits in 2022. The Scottish Child Payment will increase to £20 from April, giving increased support to 111,

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A total of 70% of people in Scotland are worried about unaffordable energy bills in 2022, new polling for Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has revealed. Research commission by the charity from YouGov found 70% of people in Scotland were worried about bills becoming less affordable by November 2022. Mo

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Penicuik Citizens Advice Bureau is naming its building ‘Palmer House’ in honour of anti-racism campaigner Sir Geoff Palmer. Sir Geoff has been a trustee of Penicuik CAB since 2004. He was awarded a knighthood in 2014 for his services to human rights, science and charity. Mr Palmer is als

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An online tool designed to help people in Scotland to boost incomes, cut costs and save money is one year old today. Moneymap.scot, launched on November 23 last year by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS), is the only tool of its kind in Scotland enabling people to self-help by identifying ways to help e

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