Debt Support

Types of Support

We offer support in a number of ways.  We provide links to generic support organisations such as charities in more specific areas, for a particular need or problem.  We also in some cases provide specific support, sometimes in the form of one-to-one help, sometimes special events or services. Finally, we can offer links to products which we believe can help in this area. In these last two cases, they contain affiliate links which mean that we may receive a commission for purchases made through these links. 

Support Organisations

The organisations in this category are generally government organisations or charities, set up to help people with this particular issue.

Stepchange are the UK’s leading debt charity – see them here

The Money Advice Service have information on debt here

Citizens advice provide detailed information on debt – see it here

Your Debt Expert offer IVA solutions here

Specific events, coaching / training or technical support

These are more specific things you can do, such as take a course or get one-to-one advice.  There may be a charge involved.  

Debt Relief Support have an online check for IVA support and also offer a quick callback,

OpenLearn from the Open University have a free course on managing your money

OpenLearn from the Open University have a free course on you and your money

FutureLearn have a range of courses you can take online, many free, including one on managing your money.

Well Kept Wallet are a US site but they have some good information available.

If you are employed then you could mention Wagestream to your employer – this allows workers to take their wages as they’re earned.


There may be some things you can buy which will help you achieve your targets.  Some of these are listed here. Again there will be a cost involved, and you’ll leave our site to buy them.  We may earn a small commission.

The Spender's Guide To Debt-Free Living

“How a Spending Fast Helped Me Get from Broke to Badass in Record Time” is a self help manifesto by someone who actually did it, then wrote a successful blog about it. In Kindle, audiobook and paperback.

Get out of Debt

“How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt, and Live Prosperously*: Based on the Proven Principles and Techniques of Debtors Anonymous”. Described as the classic guide, revised and up to date. In Kindle, hard cover, paperback and audio cassette.

How to Get Out Of Debt

“An Eight-Stage Strategy to Pay Off Debt and Fix Your Finances For Good” includes a plan of action not only to fix your debt but your mindset too. In Kindle and papaerback.

Clever Fox Budget Planner

Clever Fox Budget Planner – Expense Tracker Notebook. Monthly Budgeting Journal, Finance Planner & Accounts Book to Take Control of Your Money. Undated – Start Anytime. A5 Size, Hardcover in many colours. A5 sized (5.8″ x 8.3″) and eligible for click and collect too.

Alan Carr's Get Out Of Debt

Part of the Allen Carr Easyway series (#33) removes the desire to overspend and helps you clear existing debts. In Kindle and paperback.

Eat Well For Less

Features 80 healthy and affordable menus allowing you to cut down your food bill

Kindle Unlimited

A lot of support comes in the form of additional focussed reading, and we use Amazon as a source of books.  We find reading on Kindle more convenient (you can change the font size when your eyes get tired!).  If you do read, we use Kindle Unlimited as a way of reading books cheaply, and you can get three months free by clicking the link below.

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