Financial Support

Managing your money can be tough. There’s a lot to think about, a lot to take care of, and a lot of financial jargon to navigate. To help you out, we’ve built this money advice hub, bringing together tools, guidance, advice and more, all focused on putting control of your money back in your hands. 

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Budgets, debt and savings can sound like a daunting prospect, but with the right approach and the right advice, you can make every penny go further.

From understanding credit card debt through to planning out your daily spend, getting your head around your financial ins and outs is the first step to ensuring you and your family’s financial security. The resources you’ll find on this page can help you do just that, giving a clear picture of where you are with your money and how to get where you want to be.

Self help money tools

Free and impartial debt support available to you

  1. StepChange

    StepChange offer a range of free advice, support and solutions, from budgeting to repayment plans and from insolvency to mortgage advice. Their in-depth analysis of an individual’s financial circumstances takes full account of their situation and needs, helping them choose a realistic path out of debt.

    Get support
  2. MoneyHelper

    The MoneyHelper is there to support people’s money management and avoid getting into unmanageable debt for those going through big life events. From saving for a home, dealing with the breakdown of a long-term relationship, or starting a family.

    Get support
  3. Citizens Advice

    Citizen’s advice provides free, independent, confidential, and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. Offering support on a wide range of problems including debt, housing, benefits, employment, family issues, discrimination, consumer complaints and many more.

    Get support
  4. Debt Advice Foundation

    Advising over 10,000 people each year that call their free telephone counselling helpline. Many people call because they have experienced an unexpected life event, such as the loss of a job or illness that leaves them unable to afford their debt repayments.

    Get support

Let's Talk Money

Asda Money in collaboration with debt charity StepChange have put together a range of videos to talk about the importance of talking about money. Each video talks about everyday money topics with experts from different organisations and charities, hosted by our own Senior Marketing Director, Katie Walley.

View the videos below or scroll down for more financial support and advice.

Building Financial Resilience

Asda Money features on 'Building Financial Resilience' created by ITN Productions and the Personal Finance society. The programme takes a look at the importance of financial planning to face the pressures of the pandemic and beyond. 

Watch a clip of the show below: 

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