There is no question that Surrey and Hampshire are relatively wealthy counties when compared to many others in the United Kingdom.
But just because the average income may be high, that does not mean people in our area are not struggling.In fact, for many of us, financial worries play a big part in our daily lives.
We are not necessarily talking about people living on the streets, but about those who struggle to pay their energy bills, keep up with debt repayments or sometimes need some help feeding the family.
You may not think that you are living on the poverty line and, if you do, you may not know what help is available.
The following is designed to highlight the local services on offer which could help prevent you slipping below the poverty line.
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