Last month, Money Advice Scotland provided an update on the
Cost-of-Living Crisis looking at the potential impacts of the October energy
price cap increase. We also provided a webinar on “buy-now-pay-later” products.
In addition, we have been delivering financial wellbeing workshops to
communities across Scotland.
We have several events planned throughout September:
- On the 8th of September we have our
Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) Webinar. In this webinar, we discuss what BNPL is
and how it works. We will look at some of the positives and negatives of
using BNPL, as well as some recent updates regarding this new form of
credit. For this webinar, we would be very interested to hear your
thoughts and experiences. If you have any questions or would like to share
your thoughts, please contact us via email@example.com.
You don’t need to book a space on
this session, simply use the joining instructions on the event page here.
- Our online Train the Trainer session will take place on
the 15th of September and you can book your place here.
Become a Supporter of Money Advice Scotland
At Money Advice Scotland, we have several aims. These range
from helping people in debt, supporting the money advice sector, influencing
policy and being the driving force for financial wellbeing for the people of
There are several opportunities for supporters to be
involved and stay informed with what we do at MAS. This includes things such as
- Supporting us on campaigns and upcoming policy work.
- Involvement in research. This can be from taking part
in surveys and focus groups to simply sharing when we have research
- Sharing feedback or personal experiences with us to
help guide and inform our policy work and the resources we provide.
- You may want to become a supporter to improve your own
financial wellbeing and capability too, as we will be able to give you
direct updates on relevant news and the resources we can provide.
Our Supporter subscription is free of charge and open to
everyone and you only need an email to register. To become a member simply
and follow the simple instruction.
Cost of Living feedback
We are looking for feedback from people on the impact of the
current cost of living crisis. Your experiences are important and will help
shape our policy work and influence our webinars and content. If you would like
to give your feedback, please click
New E-Learning Modules and Resources
We have updated and rewritten our e-learning modules with
new content. We have also some new resources on our website.
Please visit the new section of our website here,
for more information and to register for the modules.