The Institute of Money Advisers is the only professional membership body for money advisers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Established as a charitable company in 2006, our objective is the relief and prevention of financial hardship, which we achieve by:
- promoting high standards in free-to-client money advice
- providing education and training for money advisers
- advancing the education of the public in money matters, debt and personal finance management.
Get free help
The IMA does not provide money advice to indebted individuals, but please find below information on a range of agencies which may be able to directly assist you.
Do you want to take a Health Check?
The Money and Pension Service is independent; it was set up by government and is funded by a levy on the financial services industry. The Money and Pension Service’s website has some useful tools for helping you understand and manage your financial situation.
If you want to get a clear picture of your financial situation, want to see how you can make the most of your money or if you need step-by-step help and advice to deal with your money, follow the link to carry out the Health Check.
Finding a local free Money Advice Service?
The Money and Pension Service also has an online tool that enables you to search for a debt advice service near you and to set up a face-to-face appointment/speak to a debt adviser in person. They also have details on online/telephone advise services.
Please follow the link below to access this service.