Mental health issues and debt can go hand in hand and the Coronavirus pandemic has caused people a lot of extra stress and financial challenges. We are all in a similar boat and for some, they feel like they are sinking into the debt abyss, if you are one of them, you are by no means alone.
It is predicted that Britain is to suffer the worst damage from the Coronavirus of any country in the developed world according to a report from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.
Every life matters and every life is different but recently we have all experienced the same lifestyle restrictions because of the pandemic. For some, like NHS workers their lives have sped up but for the majority, it has slowed right down, so much so that sometimes we can’t even remember what day it is.
We are debt counsellors and we help people find the right solution to tackle their debt and get them back in control of their finances. The Coronavirus is destructive and it has tested us emotionally, socially and financially.
By now property owners should be well aware of the ‘three-month holiday option’ on their mortgage but what about things like renting a property, car finance or payday loans?
When you look after your health it makes it easier to look after everything else in your life. That includes relationships, work and finances.
By staying physically fit it can help motivate you to stay financially fit.
Alcohol, health and spending…
Have you noticed how great you feel when you give up drinking alcohol for a while? Do you get more done and feel more in control of your life? Most probably…
Time is ticking by, let’s jump straight into our simple money-saving tips for this Christmas!
There’s no need to beat around the holly bush, let’s make this Christmas better than last Christmas with sensible living and spending. Give yourself a great start to 2020 by making your December as painless as possible.
Let’s get rocking around the Christmas tree with these simple tips…
Spend, debt, recover, repeat, does that sound familiar? Do you feel like a hamster in a wheel desperately trying to keep on top of your finances but getting nowhere?
A debt cycle is a very common problem.
Credit is now used on any number of things such as holidays, items for the home, clothes etc.
‘Can’t pay, we’ll take it away!’ is the popular TV program that gives an eye-opening account of those people who are unable to pay their debts, they are not alone.
According to the National Audit Office (NAO), 8.3 million people in the UK are unable to pay off debts or household bills.
Who can you speak to about your debts?
Us of course … but this isn’t about us, this is about you. In this article, we are going to answer that very question and tell you so much more. We want to help you put your debt worries behind you.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: When it comes to debt, you can’t ignore the problem.