Use our online budgeting tool to help you create your own personal budget plan to:
- reduce your expenses
- maximise your income
- pay off your debts
- save for a rainy day.
Use our budgeting tool
If you would like free and confidential help with budgeting from one of our benefit and debt advisors, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you to make an appointment to see how we can help.
Further information and advice about debt, budgeting and other financial help is available on our Welfare visiting team page.
MoneyHelper provide free, impartial, and trusted money advice. They have created a simple, flexible 10-week plan to build your money confidence. MoneyHelper's Couch to Financial Fitness covers managing your budget, staying on top of bills and payments, how to cut your costs and building up savings. There are further guides available to help with everyday money education.
MoneyHelper's Couch to Financial Fitness (external website)
In cases where there is a large degree of indebtedness and/or multiple debts more than what is owed to the council, cases are referred to specialist debt advice providers. We hope the help of specialist debt advice leads to lasting and positive outcomes.
You can self-refer to MoneyHelper’s Money Advisor Network. Their network allows you to access free, confidential and independent debt advice straight away. Find further information and a self-referral to the Money Advice Network (external website).
Citizens Advice provide comprehensive information on help with debt. They also have specialist debt advisors who can provide free, specialist debt advice. Find out more and their local contact information below:
Hull and East Riding Citizens Advice (external website)
Step Change also provide free, expert debt advice which will be tailored to your situation. Find more information on their debt advice here:
Step Change - Debt advice (external website)