Where can I get help?
In addition, the following websites may help:
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG), who maintain this website, also has a main website which contains more information on subjects such as self-employment and tax credits. The useful links page lists more websites which may help you.
NASMA (National Association of Student Money Advisers) is recognised as the leading authority on student advice and funding.
Which? University provides an independent source of information and advice for anyone considering higher education.
NUS (National Union of Students) is a voluntary membership organisation which represents more than 95% of all higher and further education student unions.
UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs) is the national advisory body serving the interests of international students and those who work with them.
Student Loans Company is the government organisation that provides loans and grants to students in universities and colleges in the UK.
GOV.UK has information on apprenticeships throughout England.
For apprenticeships if you live outside England, see the following links:
The Chartered Institute of Taxation is the leading professional body in the UK for advisers dealing with all aspects of taxation. There is information on their website to help you find a professional tax adviser and how you can study for a tax qualification.
MyBnk is a charity with a mission to bring financial education and enterprise to life for young people, aged 7-25. They offer classroom led activities, lesson plans, resources and energisers and also web content covering topics such as saving and budgeting, jargon busting and enterprise.
⚠️ Please note that sometimes links from this website will go directly to our main Low Incomes Tax Reform Group’s (LITRG) website.