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Publication - Factsheet

Debt advice levy funding: 2018 to 2019

Published: 7 Nov 2019

Debt advice levy funding allocated by the Scottish Government during the financial year 2018 to 2019.

Published:
7 Nov 2019
Debt advice levy funding: 2018 to 2019

Responsibility for the debt advice levy funding was devolved to the Scottish Government from 1 January 2019. The table below gives details of the debt advice levy funding allocated by the Scottish Government during financial year 2018-2019:

Organisation

Activity

Amount

Advice Direct Scotland

Pilot project for a cloud-based platform enabling better integrated client journeys

£134,872

Advice Direct Scotland

Debt advice training project

£10,000

Citizens Advice Scotland

Debt advice capacity provision project

£200,000

Improvement Service

Project on improving money advice outcomes in Scotland

£35,527

Money Advice Scotland

Training courses for debt advisers

£33,472

Money Advice Scotland

Workforce strategy project

£21,120

Money Advice Scotland

Debt advice user testing project

£16,110

Scottish Legal Aid Board

Projects under Making Advice Work and Early Resolution Advice Programmes

£718,000

StepChange (Foundation for Credit Counselling)

Project to increase debt advice provision, with a focus on vulnerable clients

£300,128

Total

 

£1,469,230