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More than two in five Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) customers borrowed money to make repayments, Citizens Advice has found. The types of borrowing included overdrafts, borrowing from friends and family, loans and payday loans. The most popular was credit cards (26%). Younger shoppers were most likely to borrow to pay off BNPL purchases.  […]

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Help when you need it most In 2019 Citizens Advice conducted research which looked at the ways people might be disadvantaged by their mental health issues.  The research concluded that poor mental health was, by far, the most common presenting health issue among Citizens Advice clients, and that an inability to confidently and effectively manage[…]

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Thinking about resigning from your job? There are things that you need to know about notice periods, including:   If you want to give less notice Getting paid in your notice period If your employer tells you not to work in your notice period Taking holiday in your notice period If you change your mind[…]

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Thanks to the tireless dedication of its volunteers and staff, Citizens Advice Waverley has continued to give essential advice and crisis support to help people find a way forward. As part of Volunteers’ Week, which runs from 1 to 7 June 2022, Citizens Advice Waverley wants to thank its volunteers for their exceptional contribution to[…]

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South West Surrey Domestic Abuse Outreach Service has been awarded £6,640 from the Arts Council’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund by the Community Foundation for Surrey We are delighted to announce that our domestic abuse service – South West Surrey Dometic Abuse Outreach Service – has been awarded a grant of £6,640 from the Arts Council’s[…]

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Your donation will help us provide crucial advice to those most in need in our community at a critical time in their lives. Our advice is delivered by valued volunteers who give their time freely. But we are always in need of specialist support. A one-off donation of £50 will provide a specialist counselling session[…]

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No relationship is perfect all of the time but there are signs you can spot that may indicate whether your relationship is healthy or unhealthy.    Why does it matter? It’s important because healthy relationships are good for our wellbeing and make us feel supported and respected.  In unhealthy relationships, our partner shows behaviours that[…]

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