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Macmillan Cancer Support launches Financial Guidance Service - Turn2us

Macmillan Cancer Support Financial Guidance Service information (link opens in a new window)If you are affected by cancer - because you have had a cancer diagnosis or because you are the family member or carer or someone who has - getting the right financial guidance and support is important. Particularly as living with cancer can have a significant impact on your finances.

Macmillan Cancer Support, the national charity that supports anyone affected by cancer, has launched a new financial guidance service to help people affected by cancer manage their finances and help them make the right financial decisions.

From mortgages to pensions and insurance to savings, the Macmillan Cancer Support Financial Guidance Service can identify what options are open to you and help you understand them.

The types of support they can offer you includes:

  • Helping you think through practical options such as taking early retirement to look after a loved one
  • Reviewing your mortgage and help you work out your options if you're struggling to keep up with repayments
  • Guiding you through an insurance claims process and explain the options available to you
  • Helping you make a budget and work out the sums
  • Giving you a better understanding of financial products and how they work and make financial jargon easier to understand.

Whatever your needs, their specialist team will support you to make financial decisions that are right for you and those close to you. 

Call the team free on 0808 808 00 00. 

For useful tips, information and guidance on everyday finances, you can use the Macmillan Cancer Support short and confidential interactive finance guide (link opens in a new window)

Find out more about the Macmillan Cancer Support Financial Guidance Service (link opens in a new window)

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