Are you missing out on money that's yours?
I’m a single parent and full-time student. I’d really recommend that all parents on low incomes call the Financial Health Check. If it helped me, then it will definitely help them. It has useful advice on making sure you’re not missing out on benefits you’re entitled to, and saving on things like council tax reductions. It really helps people that are struggling to make their money go further.
I called Financial Health Check because I struggled to find advice on what I’m entitled to. Websites that estimate your benefit entitlement won't do so if you are a student and it’s really difficult to find the time to make an appointment to see someone and discuss it.
When I called the helpline, I was asked about what benefits I’m currently on, what my student loan is and my current living situation. As a single parent who’s at university full-time, I find it really difficult to find the time to make an appointment to see someone. The advisor emailed me all the info I needed so I didn’t have to spend too long on the phone, which I really appreciated.Call today for a free Financial Health Check on 0800 0857145
I found out that I am currently on the right benefits but that I hadn't been receiving my full entitlement before starting university. I also wasn’t sure whether I could claim anything during the summer holidays when I wouldn't be getting a student loan, and if I moved out of my parents' house, would if I receive any financial support.
The advisor worked it all out for me.
I discovered that my current situation is best for me. Without the help of Financial Health Check I would have made a claim over the summer and been significantly worse off.
I usually find talking about finances very confusing and intimidating but the advisor broke it down for me and I feel much more confident now that I have all the information about my finances to make decisions.
Without the help of Financial Health Check, I would have made a claim over the summer and been significantly worse off.