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Money is a big concern for many people and their worries can be increased by unexpected bills or changes to their employment status. Right now, having an understanding of how you’re spending your money couldn’t be more important.

It’s now far easier for businesses to part you from your money, thanks to technologies that enable ceaseless advertising, same-day, home delivery services, and one-click purchasing, and frequent habitual purchases can eat into your finances.

Understanding how you spend your money can help you to find a path to freeing your finances.


Citizens Advice Budget Calculator

In a few minutes, this budgeting tool can show you ways to increase your income and decrease your outgoings, just by using a breakdown of your finances, such as wages, benefits, and bills.

Click here to use the budget calculator now.

It’s one simple way to gain more control over your finances and to have more money at the end of the month.


Local solutions

We have also compiled a list of some of the support you can receive in the Bath & North East Somerset area. This consists of food aid, and tips on how to find cheap clothes, furniture, or even technology. This is particularly useful if you are looking to cut expenditure on essential items.

Click here to find out what local support you can access.


How to save and stay warm in Winter

For those who are struggling to pay their bills and those who want to reduce their expenditure. Make sure you understand your energy supply. Switch to cheaper tariffs where possible. Find out where you can make additional savings.

Click here to find out more about the Check. Switch. Save. saving on energy campaign

Further support

If you think you are in need of debt advice, do not hesitate to contact us. Our charity provides free, confidential, independent, and impartial advice. Call Adviceline between 9am – 2.30pm, Mon – Fri on 0344 848 7919 or click here to fill in our enquiries form.

You can access more information about debt from the national Citizens Advice website by clicking here.