From New Year's resolutions to goal setting, the new year is a time most of us look towards some form of fresh start. And, not surprisingly, the new year has many of us looking to get out of debt and back on track financially. This year, we are committed to ensuring your new year's debt resolutions don't get abandoned in February (we're looking at your gym membership). Read on to see how our no obligation debt advice can help you get debt help this new year.
With the average person predicted to have spent £1,108 during Christmas 2021 and 14% predicting their level of debt would increase over the 2021 festive period, it is no wonder that many feel the need to seek debt advice in the new year.
Of course, not all new year debt resolutions are the results of the festive period. Many who have struggled with debt all year round will use the new year, new me mantra to kickstart their debt journey and get back on track. That's where our expert debt advice comes in.
Searching for debt help can feel like a minefield. Equally, talking about your debt over the phone or face-to-face can feel especially daunting.
Our debt advice tool is completely free, no obligation and confidential, plus it can be done fully online, making getting debt help and advice that bit easier.
Our free online debt help tool asks you a series of questions about your income, outgoings, and overall financial situation. From here, you will be advised of any debt solutions that you qualify for and are best suited to your individual circumstances. You can then decide to proceed and apply for a solution, speak to an advisor to discuss further or save your debt help application and come back another time; there's no obligation to enter a solution.
All our debt solutions are intended to help you get back on track in the best way for you. They are not quick fixes but instead help you consolidate debts and form new financial habits that improve your relationship with money and ease the pressure of debts for the longer term.
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The new year is a great opportunity to take a look at your relationship with money and implement positive changes. However, as with any new year's resolution, rather than setting unattainable, unrealistic goals set smaller, sustainable goals that will make a difference in the long term. Whether it's setting a realistic monthly budget, saving a set, achievable amount from your wage or maybe cutting back on a well-known expensive outgoing, the new year can be a great time to create a new relationship with money that will benefit all aspects of your life, not just your bank balance.
For more tips on budgeting or saving money, read our useful financial guides.
If you need debt help this new year, use our free, online debt advice tool to get back on track.
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