Financial Well-being and Tips
As a credit union, we’re passionate about spreading financial knowledge and encouraging our members to save, both on and offline.
It’s time to cancel those unnecessary subscriptions, and start saving some money!
There is a link between money and mental health. It is important to understand how to take control of your finances, and where to seek help should you need it.
Our newest feature tells you in real-time when your loan is likely to be ready, what stage it is at, and prevents delays by letting you know if we’re waiting for information or documents.
Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs) might seem like a straight-forward solution to repaying debt, but it is important that you know the consequences before getting tied down.
How can your local credit union help with covering the costs of back to school?
Our 4-step application process allows us to make a decision based on you as an individual, to give you the best chance of being accepted.
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The Money Advice Service is a free and impartial service, funded by the UK government, which provides a range of information, tools and tips for managing your money better.
Sometimes you might need support or independent advice that we are unable to provide. Depending on your situation, the organisations below may be able to help.
Important These external organisations are not endorsed by or affiliated to London Mutual Credit Union. We can’t guarantee the availability or reliability of their services.