Benefits and money advice
Advice to help you if you're made redundant
Redundancy is a stressful event in your life and it’s important to find practical advice to help you cope if you’re made redundant. Having a plan in place can help to ease the stress and give you a more positive focus.
You might need your redundancy payment to last for a while. And you could be asked to show how you've been spending your money if you make a claim for benefits.
Try creating a budget to make your money last - you can use our free online budgeting tool to get started.
Find out what you're entitled to
Update your CV
Spend time making sure your CV is up to date, and adapt your application for each role so it's clear how you meet the job description.
If you're asked for a cover letter, make sure you include the reasons why you're applying, how you meet the role requirements and any experience you have.
Remember, there's lots of handy job search websites you can use and online platforms like LinkedIn can help you build your professional network too.
Look after yourself
Stay positive and don't be afraid to ask for support if things get on top of you. Our financial inclusion team are here to help with any money worries; so please talk to us.
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Make a spending plan
Create your own personal spending plan with our easy-to-use budget planner.
Our benefits calculator will help you find out what benefits you can claim.
Talk to our financial inclusion team
Our advisors are trained to give free, one to one support, if you're worried about money. If you're struggling to pay your rent, looking for benefits advice or help with budgeting then give us a call. They can even help you find free clothing and interview coaching.