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Citizens Advice Stockport

Citizens Advice Stockport advisers provide generalist advice to thousands of people every year in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport.

Our advisers also provide advice in specialist areas like debt and employment.

Advice is independent, free, confidential and impartial. We use the evidence of our clients’ experiences to campaign for positive social and policy change.

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Stockport Advice and Information for Life (SAIL)

Stockport Advice and Information for Life (SAIL) is a partnership of 10 local organisations brought together in October 2013 through the Big Lottery's Advice Service Transition Fund.

The partnership aims to support people living or working in Stockport to access advice and information on a range of issues such as debt, benefits, employment, housing problems etc.

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Telephone advice: 2pm - 7pm Monday to Thursday, 2pm - 4pm on Friday

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Universal Credit ‘failing to live up to promise’

Citizens Advice today warns that Universal Credit is failing to live up to its promise. As both the Public Accounts Committee and the Institute of Fiscal Studies publish reports on Universal Credit the national charity renewed its call for support for people applying for the new benefit. Last year Citizens Advice helped people with over … read more

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SSE announces cut to gas bills

Citizens Advice has responded to news that SSE has announced a 5.3% cut to its standard gas tariff for residential customers. Gillian Guy, Chief Executive of Citizens Advice, said: “Energy customers have been missing out on the rewards of low wholesale costs. “It’s encouraging that SSE has followed E.On and decided to cut its gas … read more

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Half of self employed people do not trust pensions

Self-employed people would rather invest cash in a savings account, cash ISA or property than pay into a private pension, reveals new research by Citizens Advice. In a report out today the national charity finds that a lack of trust, understanding and information is holding self-employed people back from saving into a pension. Based on … read more


Citizens Advice is 2015 Charity of the Year

In October 2015 Citizens Advice was named Charity of the Year in the Charity Times Awards. Chief Executive Gillian Guy said: “It was a privilege to be able to accept the award on behalf of everyone in our service. This includes over 21,000 volunteers, our advisers and our supervisors, our team at Citizens Advice, our … read more

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