Job loss

Helping you to stay in control

As anyone who has become unemployed unexpectedly will tell you, losing your job can feel like the end of the world. What’s important, though, is that you understand the effect it will have on your finances, focus on what must be done and act quickly to minimise the impact. To help, we’ve pulled together lots of information, advice and practical assistance from expert sources that will help you deal with the situation.

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The comprehensive range of resources we have brought together here provides a source of practical advice and information that can help you get back on track. But don’t forget that we can help too. If you’re facing difficulties paying your mortgage don’t wait until it’s too late – call us and we will work with you to sort things out, including putting practical arrangements in place that will prevent matters getting worse.

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There is a wealth of online advice and support available that can assist with all kinds of life, finance and health problems - if you know where to look for it. So we’ve brought together these resources to help you find this information.

the Money Advice Service

Money Advice Service

Provides free, clear and unbiased advice to help you make the most of your money.

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Gov UK

Gives helpful and clear information on redundancies and dismissals.

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Helpful tools

There are a number of online tools available that can provide you with information and guidance if you need help with your finances. Click on the link below to get started.

Money advice service

Money advice

Tools and online chat that can help you budget, save and cut back on outgoings, as well as compare costs for different financial products.

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Money saving expert

A tool to help you see what benefits you may be entitled to.

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