Quarterly Account Journal

Winter 2015-16 Final proofs 2 1Produced by the IMA, Quarterly Account is the only professional journal written for the money advice sector. The publication keeps you informed of what is going on in the money advice world and how it impacts both advisers and clients. Quarterly Account ensures that you are up-to-date with any recent developments in legislation, case-law and policy relating to debt.

Regular items include:

News Review

Feature Articles

Front Line Interview

Benefit Changes which considers recent and imminent changes to welfare benefits.

Each edition also contains feature articles on current matters
facing money advisers and their clients.


The journal is free to all IMA members and available to non-members by subscription (see below). IMA members can also access the online Quarterly Account Archive available here.

If you are an IMA member or Quarterly Account subscriber and believe you have not received the latest copy of the journal, please contact us at office@i-m-a.org.uk or on 0113 242 0048.

  • Non-members can subscribe annually to Quarterly Account for £37 for individuals/voluntary sector/registered charities, £47 for public sector/statutory agencies and £100 for commercial organisations.

    To subscribe to Quarterly Account download the application form here – Quarterly Account Application Form

  • If you would like to contribute letters or points of view to the journal, are interested in writing an article for Quarterly Account or
    want to put forward any suggestions for future material or articles, please contact us.

    You can email our editor, Steve Wilcox at steve.wilcox@blueyonder.co.uk,

  • Quarterly Account now has a subscriber base of over 1,900 individuals. Therefore, advertising within the journal will ensure maximum reach to those working in, or who have an interest in, money advice.

    Quarterly Account advertising spacePrice per edition
    Half-page inside back cover£550
    Inserts - pre-printed A4 onlyPlease contact us for our current rates.

    Discounted rates are available for organisations taking out advertising space in multiple editions.

  • Members of the Editorial Committee

    Steve Wilcox (Sheffield CAB Debt Support Unit) – EDITOR
    David Hawkes (AdviceUK)
    Joyce Hilditch (Mary Ward Legal Centre)
    Tim Lett
    Karennina Page (Brighton Housing Trust)
    Robert Rosenberg (Barrister)
    Meg van Rooyen (Money Advice Trust)
    John Kruse (Citizens Advice Expert Advice Team)
    Graham O’Malley (Institute of Money Advisers)