Take control of your finances with our free money webinars
Of those surveyed, 100% said they felt more confident managing their money having attended one of our free webinars.
Our free money webinars are designed to help you manage your money better and make your income go further. Each session lasts for around one hour and gives you the chance to ask confidential questions about your own personal circumstances with our trained advisers. Of those who’ve attended our webinars in the past, 100% said they improved their money-management skills and they would recommend them to others.
Please click on the relevant links below to sign up. New dates are added on a regular basis so please check back soon if no dates are shown or you cannot make the time currently listed.
Universal Credit: an overview
Confused about universal credit? This webinar, aimed at those who are new to Universal Credit or already claiming but struggling to understand how it is worked out, will explain what you need to know and how to claim. Run by the Law Centre’s Roni Marsh, it will cover:
- how to claim
- how an award is worked out
- what problems you may have in making a claim
- how to check your award and make sure it is correct
- how to appeal a decision you think is wrong.
Dates available for free Universal Credit webinar:
Friday 4 February at 10.30am – click here to register
Carers and Benefits
This webinar, with the Law Centre’s Roni Marsh, is aimed at those who are currently carers or are about to become carers. It covers the different benefits available for carers, things to consider before making a claim and any potential problems with a claim. It also gives an overview of the other discounts, deals and services available for those who are carers, as well as looking at carers who are working, on furlough or not working.
Dates available for free Carers and Benefits webinar:
Monday 31 January at 10.30am – click here to register
Managing your Money
This webinar from the Law Centre’s Roni Marsh is aimed at individuals who want to get the best deals and make the most of their money. We’ll take a look at best deal websites and deal checkers, discounts, vouchers codes, signing up for deals, cashback sites, APR, overdrafts and savings. We’ll also explain what a credit report is and why you should be checking yours.
Dates available for free Managing your Money webinar:
Thursday 27 January at 10am – click here to register
Making your Money Go Further
This webinar is aimed at those on a low income and will help you find out the long-term actions you can take to reduce your expenditure. The Law Centre’s Angell Day will look at ways to save money and reduce bills and expenses. There’ll also be an overview of the possible benefits you can claim in different situations and some of the charity grants that are available to help you overcome specific hurdles, for example being unable to afford a new washing machine.
Dates available for free Making your Money Go Further webinar:
This webinar with Roni Marsh at South West London Law Centres is aimed at those who are considering claiming disability benefits but want more information about them. It will cover the following benefits:
- Disability Living Allowance for up to age 16
- Personal Independence Payment for working age
- Attendance Allowance for those who are retired
It will look at whether you should be claiming disability benefits, how they work and the problems you may find with making a claim. As well as including information on the three main disability benefits and the criteria for claiming them, it will explain what you need to consider when filling in your application form, such as important phrases you should include (e.g. ‘repeatedly’, ‘safely’, ‘to an acceptable standard’ and ‘in a reasonable time’) and how to get more information and help if you don’t feel confident completing it on your own.
Also covered are how decision makers go about considering an application form, the criteria they use for each of the benefits, and what to do if you don’t get awarded the benefit.
Dates available for free Disability benefits webinar:
Monday 24 January at 1.30pm – click here to register