Mental health debt guide published
A recent poll by MoneySavingExpert.com found that people suffering from mental health issues are almost five times as likely to have severe debts as everyone else.
A new 40 page booklet, supported by among others Mind, Rethink and CAPUK, has now been made available for people with mental health problems.
It deals with how to handle debts, working with banks, debt counselling and whether to declare a condition.
There is also a checklist to help with cash management and reducing outgoings.
The booklet is available free from MoneySavingExpert.com.