Financial Wellbeing

Your Financial wellbeing


Date: 28 September 2022

Time: 1pm-2pm

Venue: Zoom (register via Eventbrite)

Target group: HSC staff


WHSCT have organised this event on behalf of all HSC, PHA and NIAS colleagues to learn how to improve financial wellbeing and find out about specialist support including financial tools and support services to help manage your money. The presentations are 15 mins long and give an overview of the services and support available to boost financial wellbeing.

To register on Eventbrite please use your mobile phone to scan the QR code on the attached flyer or click HERE

Financial Wellbeing

What is financial wellbeing?

Financial wellbeing is your ability to confidently manage your money and plan for the future, regardless of how much money you have.

Being in control of what you spend, save, borrow and plan for means you’re well positioned to:

  • Pay bills on time and spend within your means
  • Deal with unexpected expenses, like a boiler breakdown
  • Handle your borrowings comfortably
  • Plan for and meet your long-term goals

In the UK, 24 million adults don’t feel confident managing their money. 10.7 million rarely or never save – and 12.4 million would have to borrow, or could not pay, when faced with an unexpected £300 bill.*
(*Source: 2018 Adult Financial Capability Survey)

We want to help you to manage your money with confidence, learn how to take control of spending, set a budget, and plan for both unexpected life events and your future. We hope it will help you to begin a journey to better financial wellbeing.

Click here to access information on Financial Wellbeing provided by Bank of Ireland, our HSCNI Corporate Banking Provider

“My Money, my info, I don’t think so!”

Take Five to Stop Fraud is a national fraud awareness campaign
launched to help you take back control and beat financial fraud
– particularly the growing problem of bank transfer scams

Click here to download the Little Book of Big Scams

SCAMWISENI – 4 Steps Ahead – If you can SPOT A SCAM you can STOP A SCAM

Use the Scam Test:

  • Seems too good to be true
  • Contacted out of the blue
  • Asked for personal details
  • Money is requested

For help and information visit:

Take Five to Stop Fraud, Customer Advice – National Fraud Awareness Campaign

Take Five Customer Advice Guide

Help with Money, Debt and Benefits

If you or someone you care for needs help with money, debt and benefits, call Mindwise NI Mental Health and Money Advice service on freephone 08088010373 and choose Northern Ireland. Alternatively, you can click here to access the website

Illegal Money Lending Information

This campaign highlights the dangers of illegal money lending and has been developed and delivered by the Northern Ireland Executive Programme to tackle paramilitary activity, criminality and organised crime.