Universal Credit is the fastest growing advice area for the Citizens Advice network in Scotland. Since the roll out began we’ve helped thousands of people with Universal Credit issues.Read More
Worried about money and how to manage your budget?
This is a simple budgeting tool, that will help you to look at your income and expenditure and see if you could save money and maximise your incomeRead More
Save money on your energy bills this winter.
Come to one of our free energy efficiency advice sessions, in partnership with Utilita and Hibernian Football ClubRead More
"Last month, HMRC published a list of the most bizarre excuses employers had given as a reason for underpaying minimum wage to their workers.
The list includes an employer arguing that staff born outside the UK did not qualify for receiving minimum statutory pay, while another argued that an employee “only makes tea and sweeps floors”, suggesting that her duties made her ineligible for the minimum wage."Read More
"The most recent round of UK Government welfare reform recently came into effect in Scotland and the rest of the UK; the “benefit cap” as it is known has been met with hostility and criticism from campaigners and activists for the impact it will have on some of the most vulnerable in society. But what exactly is the benefit cap, and what impact are we expecting to see in Edinburgh?"Read More