You're probably well aware by now that energy bills have increased and you're spending more on your weekly food shop. Despite the cost of living crisis, students don't benefit from the government’s latest offers of help and we know that many of you are worrying about money. We've pulled together some resources so you can keep on top of your finances.
If you’ve been following the news in the UK, you are probably well aware that you are not the only one getting huge energy bills or spending more on your weekly food shop.
Students are unfortunately not able to benefit from the government’s latest offers of help and we know that many of you are worrying about money. If you don’t know much about the cost of living crisis, we recommend you start by reading Money Saving Expert's article.
We know that students love a bargain and that you probably shop around before spending, however, buying cheaper, lower-quality food is not the answer. While telling you that this problem is going to last a while is no fun for us, we are motivated by knowing that giving you the right information can help you to be as prepared as possible.
We recommend you take some time to review your finances using the resources below.
Money Saving Expert Resources
Free Debt Advice
If you need further advice, you can get in touch with a student advisor by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Students’ Union, Royal Holloway
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