Robin Swann, the North Antrim Ulster Unionist Party Assemblyman and member of the Stormont Culture, Arts and Leisure Committee, has called on constituents to have a free financial health check from the Money Advice Service.
The Money Advice Service is a free, independent service, established by the Government and funded by a levy on the financial services industry.
The financial health check is a free service available to everyone online at: www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk
Assemblyman Swann, who is also North Antrim UUP Chairman and Party Chief Whip, said: “This is a great tool to help people plan for the future, which is why I am urging everyone to spare a few minutes to complete the financial health check.
“It takes less than 10 minutes to complete, involves no paper work and provides an action plan suited to the individuals circumstances. These action plans include quick ‘must do’s’ as well as clear financial priorities for the longer term - helping people both now and in the future.
“Whether constituents need online, face to face or telephone help with their finances, my constituency office has all the relevant details for the Money Advice Service so I urge them to get in touch with me on my constituency number 028 2565 9595 or visit www.moneyadvice.org.uk
“The Money Advice Service also has a team of people, specifically trained to provide free and independent financial assistance to people throughout North Antrim and I am more than happy to put people in contact with their local advisor, who will provide them with all the support they need,” said Assemblyman Swann.