The Legion’s Benefits and Money Advice team can support you with your finances, including support on managing debt - all completely confidential and free of charge.
If you're a Legion beneficiary and you're having trouble with debt we can help you with advice and guidance.
Debt can overwhelm anyone and puts untold pressure on individuals and households. If your debts are mounting up and you're worried about how to pay them, the Legion's Benefits and Money Advice service can help.
Our advisers offer free, impartial and confidential advice that will help you to manage and in some cases even get the debt written off.
Problem debt can affect anyone, so it is important that people seek advice as early as possible and make sure they are receiving all the help they are entitled to.
“The help has improved my quality of life very much. I am now enjoying a life free from debt and worry.”- Legion beneficiary
Get in touch
If you require assistance with money issues, please call our contact centre on 0808 802 8080 and we will put you in touch with your local contact.
Please be prepared to give your contact details, including address and phone number if you would like us to call you back, along with details of any urgent issues for example bailiff action, impending court action or any priority debt such as mortgage, rent arrears or council tax arrears.
“It has helped me and my husband to look forward to the future debt free.”- Legion beneficiary
MoneyForce.org.uk is the home of money guidance for UK Service people. The practical information and resources provided online by MoneyForce are unbiased, independent and completely free.
A joint initiative between Standard Life Charitable Trust, The Royal British Legion and the Ministry of Defence, the MoneyForce website aims to assist all Service personnel, their partners, families and dependants, to be better equipped to manage their money and financial affairs.
The MoneyFit Challenge on our MoneyForce website is the perfect way to find out how healthy your financial affairs are. You can choose from Budgeting, Debt, Savings, Planning and Protection and each module will ask you a number of straightforward multiple choice questions and take between 5 to 10 minutes to complete.
At the end of each module, you will get a high level assessment of your financial priorities and a personalised action plan to help you prioritise your actions. You'll also find links to a wide range of information and online tools and resources.
Complaints about the Benefits Debt and Money Advice Service
The Royal British Legion is committed to providing excellent services and we believe the best way to do this is to listen to your views. Find out more about the complaints procedure for The Benefits, Debt and Money Advice (BDMA) service.