Advice NI in Northern Ireland Helps EU Settlement Scheme Reach One Million Milestone

19 August 2019 - 14:01

Advice NI is providing help and support to local residents and vulnerable people to apply to the EU Settlement Scheme.

Jobs @ Advice NI

01 March 2019 - 14:11

Advice NI is currently seeking applications for the following posts within our Money & Debt Advice Service. The closing date for reciept of completed...

Work with us - Jobs @ Advice NI

29 November 2018 - 23:35

Advice NI is currently seeking applications for a number of posts. The closing date for reciept of completed application forms is 17th December 2018 at...

Money Advice Update December 2015

15 December 2015 - 00:00

The Lending Standards Board’s (LSB) 2014/15 Annual Report

LSB’s mission is to raise and improve the overall level of customer...

Advice NI Continue to Help People in Crisis as Usage of Foodbanks Soar

10 December 2015 - 00:00

Advice NI conference discusses future welfare reform changes and protection for the most vulnerable as use of foodbanks rises by 48%....


​Tax & Benefits Service

​Undisclosed partners and tax credits

A client came to see an advisor at an outreach venue. The client had received a letter from HMRC stating that they believed that a potential undisclosed partner was living at her address and therefore had terminated her single claim award. The client had been separated from her husband for several years; however he still used her address.
Business Debt

Business Debt

​A sole trader who ran into difficulties with HMRC

A sole trader who had an engineering business ran into difficulties with HMRC when he received notice that he had liabilities totalling over £30,000 due for unpaid PAYE, VAT and self-assessment.
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A Change in Family Circumstances

​"Before I saw the adviser I couldn’t visualise a way out of my situation"

A client was recently separated from her abusive husband and was unaware that he had stopped paying their joint mortgage and secured loan. The lender was forcing repossession and as the client could not afford repayments she had to find alternative accommodation.

Helplines Network NI launch new website

10 March 2015 - 09:36

Belfast Lord Mayor, Nichola Mallon and Dr Eddie Rooney, Chief Executive of the Public Health Agency, today launched a new website and information leaflet for...

Over 5,000 new businesses 'died' in Northern Ireland last year- Belfast Telegraph

17 December 2014 - 10:58

Over 5,000 businesses 'died' in Northern Ireland last year, according to new statistics which also showed that one in four new firms folded before they were...


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