Citizens Advice Edinburgh provide a range of services for particular specialist issues
Pension Wise is a free and impartial service that helps people over the age of 50 understand the different ways they can take their Defined Contribution pension pot. Our guidance is impartial so we won't recommend any products or companies and won't tell you how to invest your money.
The EU Settlement Scheme is now fully open for applications to continue living in the UK after 30 June 2021.
If your application is successful, you’ll get either settled or pre-settled status depending on whether you have been living in the U.K. for 5 years or more.
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.
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 income
When your health changes you may have concerns about your income, housing, employment and much more. The Welfare Rights & Health Project ensures that you can access advice and support quickly, whilst you are still in hospital. This can stop problems from escalating and reduce stress and worry.
Energy Matters provides free, confidential, impartial and independent advice to individuals and households in Edinburgh about how to keep their homes warm for less money.
PASS is an independent service which provides free, accessible and confidential information, advice and support to patients, their carers and families about NHS healthcare.
If you’re 50 or over and have a defined contribution pension (a pension based on how much has been paid into your pot), you may be entitled to free face-to-face guidance on what your options are.
Pension Wise is a free and impartial service to help you understand what your choices are. Citizens Advice Scotland will be delivering this service across Scotland through the network of Citizens Advice Bureaux.
CAE runs a Legal Clinic which offers support with a wide range of legal issues. The clinics are staffed by solicitor volunteers from legal firms across the capital. A range of specialisms are represented from employment to conveyancing.
CAE runs an Employment Advice service which offers support with a wide range of work related issues, such as discrimination, being underpaid, and your employment rights.