How to face your debts and get help

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Having to face up to your debt problems can be tough. It’s hard to admit these types of struggles to yourself and it can often be so much easier to brush it under the carpet. But even hiding your debt from yourself, never mind those close to you, can have negative effects on your physical and mental health.

Yes, it’s hard to face up to financial mistakes we have made but a lot of us don’t know that we can get help from various places to get us through our hard times. We can all take steps to ensure that we can get through our debt problems.

Admit what your problem is and talk to someone

Lift the weight off your shoulders, admit what your problem is and talk to someone about it. Telling someone about your money worries will ensure that it doesn’t eat away inside of you. Talking to someone in your life can help but also seek out professional help. It’s important to talk to someone close to you who will be able to give you emotional support but it’s also equally important to talk to professionals who can give you help and advice.

Take action and let us help you

By reaching out to us, you will have taken the first step to becoming debt free. Once you seek out the right help you can start to get your life back. No matter where you are in the UK, we can tell you of the solutions that are available to you.

Look after your own well-being

While you’re sorting out your finances, remember to look after yourself. Our self-care can take a back seat when we’re stressing about debt as we often forget to look after our physical and mental health when we are stressed. Remember to eat well and exercise and also try finding ways to think positively. Even though this can sometimes seem impossible, it will benefit your mental health.

We’ll be here to help you in any way that we can, and our advisors are experts in talking to you about your debt. Call our wonderful team on 0141 380 0588.

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Unsecured Debt 
Total£20,598
Credit Cards£8,900
Personal Loan£6,900
Overdraft£1,300
Store Cards£2,198
Council Tax£1,300

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Debt Repayment Calculator

Amount Of Debt
The estimated amount of debt that you estimate yourself to have. Don’t worry, this figure does not need to be an approx figure to begin with.
£5,000     £50,000
Amount You Can Afford Per Month
The amount that you can afford to repay each month. Our experts will run through your income and expenditure details with you.
10 £ per month     500 £ per month

Get Results Now

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