Imposters pretending to be from Cambridge Citizens Advice are cold-calling people to offer help with debt problems. We will never call you about debts or other problems unless you've already been in touch with us and you're expecting our call.
Are you getting the best deal on your gas and electricity? You could save as much as £300 a year by switching supplier and reducing the amount of energy you use. For Big Energy Saving Week (22-28 January), Citizens Advice is running a campaign to help people save money on their energy bills.
Cambridge and District Citizens Advice Bureau are working with Citizens Advice Rural Cambridgeshire, CHS Group, Cambridge Re-Use, Ferry Project & CCORRN to deliver the new Cambridgeshire Local Assistance Scheme (CLAS)
The real Living Wage rates are independently-calculated based on what people need to get by. That's why Living Wage Foundation encourage all employers that can afford to do so to ensure their employees earn a wage that meets the costs of living, not just the government minimum.
1. The Taylor review of modern working practices is a decent first step towards a fairer jobs market. 2. Bad decisions about cost energy consumers £7.5 billion. 3. More than half of private tenants we spoke to won’t pursue repairs because they fear eviction.
Scams come in different shapes and sizes. Every day people are targeted by someone trying to extort money out of them – by post, telephone, text, email or on the doorstep. Some of these approaches are clearly scams but others are much harder to spot. It’s important to highlight how professional these approaches have become and that many of us will fall victim to scams.
On Monday 12 June, a team of staff and volunteers from Cambridge & District Citizens Advice Bureau took part in the Cambridge Legal Walk and raised £695 to fund the CAB’s advice services.
Our specialist adviser Richard shares his top tips for managing your money.
Cambridge Citizens Advice held their Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 7 November 2016 at Hughes Hall. Over 70 people attended, including the Mayor of Cambridge Jeremy Benstead, and trustees, staff, volunteers, partners and supporters of Citizens Advice.
At Cambridge Citizens Advice, we’ve all been talking about 'I, Daniel Blake', Ken Loach’s latest film about one man’s experience of the benefits system. This is a review of the film by Generalist Adviser Stephen Thornton.