New Debt Centre Launched With Former Rowing Olympic Medallist Steering the Boat

Four churches in Henley have teamed up to open a Christians Against Poverty (CAP) debt counselling service for people in Henley who are struggling financially. The Henley Debt Centre was […]

From the Experts: Top Accounting Advice for Sole Traders

Running your own business as a sole trader can be difficult, especially when you have to do it all yourself. Whilst you’ll want to focus your energy on providing the […]

Everything You Need to Know About the Government’s MTD ITSA Pilot Programme

The government’s Making Tax Digital (MTD) initiative is set to modernise the income tax and self-assessment system in the UK. It claims that the new process will be “more effective” […]

Suffering From Long Covid and Need Help Financially?

In March the Office for National Statistics reported that approximately 1.7 million people in the UK were experiencing self-reported long Covid. Over half of these had symptoms such as fatigue, […]

Should I Start Investing? Tips for Beginners

Inflation is rising dramatically, exceeding even the high forecasts made at the start of the year –– and eating into people’s savings. At times like this even more than usual, […]

Protecting and Passing on Your Wealth – Free Drop-In Event

Thursday 24 March 2022 | 12.00 – 2.00pm | Henley Town Hall – Main Chamber If you have a Will, is it up-to-date? Are you aware of the many reasons […]

Citizens Advice Information on Vanishing Energy Suppliers

Many people have recently had the disconcerting experience of seeing their energy supplier break up and go out of business during the recent energy price fluctuations. It sounds pretty drastic, […]

Citizens Advice on Coping With Universal Credit Shortfall

This year, the month of September ushered in more ominous portents than chilly winds and dark nights: the Government reduced Universal Credit payments by £20 a week. This move could […]

Financial Support Available for Residents in Need

The last year has been tough for many residents due to the pandemic. Households have been hit financially by redundancies and furlough and have found themselves with a day to […]

Help With Long-term Covid

Over a million people in the UK are suffering from Long Covid, the accepted term for Coronavirus that lasts more than four weeks. And, sad to say, more than 70,000 […]