From September 2014 - August 2015, the Citizens Advice Bureau service in Scotland is proud to celebrate its 75th anniversary.
29 Oct 2014
Today sees the start of the publication of our 2013-14 statistics which again shows the service has dealt with one million issues overall and helped over 330,000 clients in Scotland.
28 Oct 2014
The Citizens Advice Service in Scotland, which came into being at the outbreak of the Second World War, is being celebrated this week as the charity releases figures showing overall it dealt with more than one million issues for the second year in a row. Since it was created three-quarters of a century ago, enquiries have changed significantly. Bureaux have gone from helping people with evacuation and ration book queries to tackling problems with benefit issues, payday loans and rogue employers. Nonetheless the service remains as valuable and important to communities as ever, and that is being recognised by top Holyrood politicians this week as they take to twitter to say thank you and #iamcitizen.Spotlight:
20 Oct 2014
Commenting on the news that Citizens Advice Bureaux and The Pensions Advisory Service are to provide pensions guidance from next April, Margaret Lynch, Chief Executive of Citizens Advice Scotland, said:
16 Oct 2014
Unscrupulous car parking operators, including those operating on behalf on major supermarkets and shopping centres, are in the sights of Citizens Advice Scotland. Their new ‘It’s Not Fine’ campaign aims to highlight bad practice and empower consumers to fight back.Spotlight: