There is no hiding from the cost-of-living crisis we are all living through currently. Gas and electricity bills, National Insurance, mobile and broadband phone bills, council tax and even a loaf of bread – all these costs have increased.

The cost-of-living crisis has already had an impact on us all in terms of the money we earn, what we spend, how we spend it and what, if any, we save. But it is also having an impact on individuals’ mental health too…

A recent YouGov poll commissioned by the Royal College of Physicians found 55% of those who responded felt rising costs had negatively affected their health.  

We have put together a few helpful tips and websites to assist you in managing your money and knowing where to get help should you need it.

Useful websites:

Saving money:


Budgeting and planning:

Getting help:


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