Partnerships

 

Who we work in partnership with

To help deliver our services in debt advice, we work in partnership with:

  • Money Advice Service

    The Money Advice Service have a range of free tools and calculators including a mortgage calculator, stamp duty calculator, letter templates to help with writing letters. eg. Insurance issues, pensions, letters to banks, loan companies and local authorities.

    There is a range of free guides which can be printed off. These provide help in budgeting and managing money in the following areas: Budgeting and managing money; Pensions and retirement; Work and redundancy; Benefits; Mortgages; Family matters including births, deaths, divorce and support for carers. If you wish to discuss implementing any of the guides in relation to your own circumstances then contact GMMAP here.

  • Money Advice Trust

    Money Advice Trust is a national charity who offer free, confidential and independent advice on how to deal with debts. There is the National Debtline for individuals and families, and the Business Debtline, which provides free advice and resources to help deal with business finances and business debts.

  • Institute of Money Advisers

    The Institute of Money Advisors is a professional body acting solely for money advisers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The IMA provide training across the country for advisers and industry recognized certificates.

Organisations who make referrals to us

If you work in the community voluntary sector and would like more information on referring to us please email us at: gmmap@knowsleycab.org.uk

GMMAP is funded by The Money Advice Service. Knowsley Citizens Advice is the lead organisation in the GMMAP project and manages the network of participant agencies and debt advisors.

Money advice organisations who partner with GMMAP

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