Take a look at The Money Advice Service website for help with managing your money and how to budget. It includes budget planners and money action plans.
You can find out how to save on your gas, electric and phone bills by visiting The Money Advice Service website. It also helps with the cheapest travel and car costs and gives you tips to save money on your food shopping.
Citizens Advice Bureau can give you advice on benefits and how to manage your money. Take a look at the Citizens Advice Bureau website for more information.
Finding a job
There are many organisations that can help you find work. Here are some that can give advice and guidance in finding a job.
Find a job through The Jobcentre website.
The National Careers Service website can help you with writing your CV, filling in application forms and what to do in an interview.
CXK Kent can help 13-19 year olds with training and guidance on what career they want to get into.
If you're thinking about how training can help you get a job, Mid Kent College's Career Coach tool will help you match the training you need to the job you want.
The Business Terrace provides free business advice to help people start their own businesses.
People aged 18-30 can also access support from Kent Foundation.
The West Kent Wheels to Work Scheme is a moped loan scheme for those who need a little help getting to work. You need to be 16 or over and live in an area with limited access to public transport to apply. For more information about the scheme visit their website.
Adzuna have a comprehensive list of jobs that you can search from. They also provide free features such as a CV valuer that helps you improve your CV and predicts your market value.