whg Money Advice Service

UCSavvy workshops now running weekly.
See the 'UCSavvy' section below.

The whg Money Advice Service offers free, confidential, expert advice and support with managing your money.

What is the whg Money Advice Service?

The team are happy to help with your money worries and can:

  • offer advice on money management and budgeting
  • improve your financial health
  • explain Universal Credit and the impact it may have on you
  • help you tackle debt issues
  • make sure you are getting all of the benefits you are entitled to
  • help you open a bank account, set up Direct Debits, and access other whg support services.

Have you tried our free budget calculator?

  • UCSavvy - Universal Credit sessions

    The introduction of Universal Credit will mean a big change to the way many people and families manage their money and spending.

    Just Finance Foundation's UCSavvy course is designed to help you understand and prepare for Universal Credit and the changes it will bring to managing your money.

    After attending one of the sessions, whg Customer Lisa said: "I was a bit worried about Universal Credit, but now I feel more confident and I know what I need to do."

    UCSavvy sessions will be taking place on the following dates.

    To book a place, please contact us or send us a message on Facebook and let us know the date you wish to attend.

    Date/Time  Venue 

    Tue, 31st July
    1pm-3pm

    Autumn Close, Shelfield

    Wed, 8th August
    1pm-3pm

    St Giles, Willenhall

    Wed, 15th August
    10am-12pm

    whg Main Office
    100 Hatherton Street, Walsall

    Wed, 22nd August
    1pm-3pm

    Catshill Road, Brownhills

    Fri, 24th August
    1pm-3pm

    Autumn Close, Shelfield

    Wed, 29th August
    1pm-3pm

    Rough Hay, Darlaston

We're here to help, so don't struggle with your financial worries alone.

The whg Money Advice Service is free, and we can meet you at home or in one of our offices - whichever you prefer.

Simply contact us to arrange an appointment.

The service is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.