According to MoneySuperMarket, one in four Britons have no savings, and over half of us are expecting to dip into any emergency funds we have tucked away as the cost of living continues to increase.
It can be scary to admit that you're struggling with money, but it is important to talk about debt before you reach a financial crisis point.
There is a range of support available if you find yourself struggling with debt, including debt respite schemes operated by the government, and charities who provide free and impartial advice.
We've pulled together some helpful tips for what to do when you're dealing with the impact of debt.Read now
Find out more about the financial donations we're making to alleviate the impacts of living with debt.Read now
Stop Loan Sharks investigates and prosecutes illegal money lenders and provides support for borrowers in the UK. If you have borrowed from a loan shark or are worried about someone else, contact them for emotional and practical support.Find out more
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The Money and Pensions Service (MaPS) are working with financial service providers to reach people before they reach crisis point. They have launched new guidance on their MoneyHelper website to help people manage their funds in uncertain times.See more
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