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Debt, coronavirus and money guidance

If you're worried about your finances because of coronavirus, our free guides can help you get the support you need.

If you're worried about your finances or struggling to make ends meet, you're not alone. The disruption caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected many people's incomes, leaving them with less money coming in, but with debts and bills to pay. We're here to help.

We've created a selection of guides to support you through this difficult time. Whether money worries are getting you down, you're scared you could lose your job, or you're struggling to pay the bills, we have a guide to help you.

Our latest debt and coronavirus guides

What to do if COVID-19 has affected your finances

  1. Speak to your creditors
    Do this as soon as possible. You may be able to apply for breathing space, so they stop calling or writing to you while you deal with your debts
  2. Prioritise your debts
    Working out which bills to pay first can help you avoid the most serious consequences of not paying, such as eviction and court action
  3. Find the right help for your situation
    It's important you get debt advice or money guidance tailored to your individual circumstances. You can find the right help for your situation here

Need help with money due to the pandemic?

If you're worried about money but don't know where to start, take two minutes to answer a few quick questions and we'll find you the right help for your situation.

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