Citizens Advice Scotland

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Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) is today launching its new online Money Map tool to help people who have faced a hit to their finances beause of the coronavirus pandemic. The tool launches as new research conducted by the charity found that almost half (47%) of people in Scotland have run out of mone

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Cadder Housing Association has been able to provide further services to support local households during these difficult times thanks to funding from Glasgow City Council’s Communities Fund. The services, which will be provided by the Citizens Advice Bureau to all Cadder residents, include

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The tax relief available to those working from home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic will not cover the increased winter energy costs of those on low incomes, Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS) has warned. According to a recent study by Energy Helpline, the average household energy bill could c

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More than 350,000 families in Scotland have fallen behind on council tax payments during the coronavirus lockdown period. For the first six months of the financial year, local authorities in Scotland have missed out on £100 million of revenue.

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There remains a significant risk consumers who invest in energy efficiency measures will be vulnerable to mis-selling, poor installations and complex redress routes without stronger protection, according to ​new research published by Citizens Advice Scotland (CAS). CAS said stronger protections ar

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday that from Monday, face to face advice provision can resume for welfare, debt and income maximisation purposes as Scotland remains in Phase 3 of its coronavirus lockdown. From 24 August organised outdoor contact sports, some outdoor live ev

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