Start January on a Positive Note: Deal with Those Debts
As Christmas memories start to fade, the burden of debt becomes a harsh reality for many.
For individuals, over enthusiastic splurges with the credit card mean January will be a tight month. For some, the cost of Christmas might even have tipped household finances into crisis.
Debts are just as serious for businesses where debts can threaten both the business itself and the livelihood of all the staff. Many business owners and directors return from the break to unpaid bills – either as a creditor or as a debtor.
Whether you’re dealing with personal or business debts, January is a good time to face the issues and sort them out: the sooner they are dealt with, the sooner those January blues can be banished.
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Whether you are a debtor or a creditor, we can help.
We’ve set out links to some useful articles on our website to help you take the next step.
- Dealing with debt problems? Read our article: Debt Problems? Break the Ice: Talk and Sort
- Dealing with County Court Judgments? See our checklist to help you deal with County Court Judgments (CCJs)
- What should you do if someone has started court proceedings against you? Read our article: Has someone served a court, claim form document on you"
- Need to recover a number of debts? Look at our Bulk debt recovery service
For more information on debt recovery, contact Chris Burke on 0161 684 6941 or make an enquiry.Subscribe to our newsletter
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