Libraries NI is inviting people to make use of free one-to-one confidential money advice, which is being delivered by A4e, in 23 libraries across Northern Ireland.
A4e is delivering these face-to-face money advice sessions in libraries, on behalf of the Money Advice Service, to help you understand and manage your money better.
This free, completely impartial money guidance service covers a wide range of topics and offers advice for people of all ages and all incomes, on issues from budgeting to saving, credit and borrowing, mortgages, insurance, pensions and retirement planning.
The following libraries are being used for these sessions, which will be held in a separate room, such as a meeting room, to protect everyone’s privacy.
You can contact any of the 23 libraries listed below to book a free confidential advice session.
Josephine Patten, Information Manager with Libraries NI, explains:
“Libraries NI is delighted to offer members of the public this free and confidential Money Advice Service, delivered by A4e, in a total of 23 libraries across 18 council areas in Northern Ireland.
“One of the aims of Libraries NI is to promote key information services to the public, so by partnering with a4e, we can target people in our communities who could benefit from free and impartial money assistance. Everyone is welcome to use this free service, so contact any of these libraries to book a session.”
For more information on the Money Advice Service, go to www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk
To find out more and start making the most of your money, you can book a one-to-one session by calling into any of the 23 local library listed above.
For further information, go to the Libraries NI website at www.librariesni.org.uk