The Money Advice Service is now seeing up to 30,000 customers per week.
Figures from the body show that over 700,000 people contacted the body in the six-month period from April 1st.
Of those who sought help with managing their finances, 88 per cent of individuals said they would definitely use the service again, which exceeds the target of 75 per cent.
Gerard Lemos, Chairman of the body, said the figures show how steady progress is being made when it comes to "tackling the country's enormous advice gap".
He added that in the long-term, the main goal is to make sure people in the UK understand the importance of looking after their finances.
"We will continue to … develop the service to make sure it is in tune with people's needs [and] provides action-oriented and sustained help," Mr Lemos stated.
The most popular tool used by consumers was the mortgage calculator (20 per cent), followed by the budget planner (16 per cent) and the health check (15 per cent).