Finance – useful contacts

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Finance – useful contacts

Debt Advice

This project is a free, confidential debt advice service delivered by STEP, managed by AdviceNI and funded by DETI. Appointments can be made with qualified debt advisors in the STEP office in Cookstown, the advice and service is free-of-charge and available to anyone in the Dungannon/Cookstown area.

 Money & Debt Advice STEP OFFICE SVP Centre 35 Loy Street Cookstown BT80 8PZ

Monday to Friday Tel: 028 867 61875 Email:

Citizens Advice Bureau

Citizens Advice is the largest advice charity inNorthern Ireland, working against poverty and meeting the information and advice needs of some 92,000 people per year and dealing with over 320,000 issues across a wide range of advice categories. Advice is available to all communities from 31 main offices acrossNorthern Irelandand from over 100 other outlets. We also represent the public at some 1800 social security appeal tribunals a year.

Information available in Polish, Portuguese, Lithuanian,Latvia, Irish and Mandarin


Unit 5/6 Feenys Lane
Dungannon BT70 1TX
028 8772 5299

 Credit Union

A credit union is a group of people who save together and lend to each other at a fair and reasonable rate of interest.

HM Revenue & Customs

Will ensure the correct tax is paid at the right time, whether this relates to payment of taxes received by the department or entitlement to benefits paid.

 Tax Credits

Tax credits are payments from the government. If an individual is responsible for at least one child or young person, they may qualify for Child Tax Credit.


Child Benefit is a tax-free payment that you can claim for your child. It is usually paid every four weeks but can sometimes be paid weekly.

NI Direct

nidirect is the official government website forNorthern Irelandcitizens. nidirect aims to make it easier to access government information and services

Child Poverty Action Group

CPAG is the leading charity campaigning for the abolition of child poverty in theUKand for a better deal for low-income families and children.

Northern Ireland Anti-Poverty Network

The Northern Ireland Anti-Poverty Network was established in 1991 to create a focus on poverty. It is an interactive network with over 300 members drawn from the voluntary and community sectors, public and statutory bodies.



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