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If you live in South Somerset, and are facing financial hardship, contact Wiser£money today.
Wiser£money provides free, confidential and impartial money and debt advice to individuals across South Somerset.
1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at The Angel Community Café, 2-4pm.

Contact a Wiser£money adviser if you are:
facing crisis and in need of urgent assistance;
struggling to manage personal debt;
worrying about meeting monthly repayments;
in need of help to prepare a flexible, realistic budget;
worrying about money;
experiencing difficulty following changes to your benefits;
facing redundancy or have lost your job;
experiencing relationship break down;
struggling to make ends meet on a limited budget.

A Wiser£money adviser can help with:
Welfare benefits advice and uptake
Budgeting and income maximisation
Money and debt advice
Accessing other support services.

Wiser£money runs outreach and drop-in surgeries across South Somerset. If you are unable to reach an outreach venue, your adviser can arrange to visit you in your own home.
The Angel... 2-4pm...1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month... Bow Street, Langport, TA10 9PQ

Tel: 01823 461099 or 01271 371499 enquiries@wisermoney.org.uk http://www.wisermoney.org.uk/money_advice_south_somerset.html

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