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Take a wander around the Wilson Field website, speak to an advisor and you’ll see what I mean. They have dealt with numerous clients over many years and will discuss all options available depending on your circumstances and needs.
With Christmas long since gone and signs of spring evident, do we look forward to the rest of 2013? Or are we dreading what might be heading our way?
Certainly the national news is not ‘enormously uplifting’ with many high profile retailers forced to downsize or going into liquidation. There are also indications others are heading on the same downward spiral. Growth is stagnant and petrol prices set to rise yet again. Many people are worried about the security of their job. With overtime limited and short time working on the increase the specter of rising costs look’s more menacing than ever before.
It seems a large ‘chunk’ of our worries and insecurities boil down to that old enemy ‘cash’. Especially, the problems associated with not having enough of this ‘necessary evil’.
So how do we deal with the challenges posed by everyday living expenses? Do we exercise our will power and trim the purse strings? Or carry on ‘melting the plastic’ watching the credit card bills rise to the point where we can’t pay anymore? There is no doubt those of us who fall into the second category are heading for a very painful time if we carry on living on credit and making the ‘minimum payment’ each month. Even in today’s world, when the prospect of bankruptcy or company liquidation doesn’t carry the stigma it once did, it can still be a ‘life changing experience’. It can involve having to begin life again ‘from scratch’ as well as the preceding trauma’s associated with debt collection letters, doorstep visits, court action etc.
Despite the ‘doom and gloom’ there is hope and support available out there for individuals and businesses. However, the first step towards taking advantage of help relies on accepting there is a problem. This is a very big step for most people.
Once that step is taken, the next has to be ‘who can help me and how do I find them’. The good news is you are already in the right place. What you need is a friendly, understanding ear backed by years of experience and expertise rather than a faceless ‘factory’ that feels like a call center cliché.
Take a wander around the Wilson Field website, speak to an advisor and you’ll see what I mean. They have dealt with numerous clients over many years and will discuss all options available depending on your circumstances and needs. Ranging from Business Recovery through to Invoice Finance, Factoring, Discounting, Company Voluntary Arrangements and debt solutions for individuals.
Visit the Oasis; don’t brace yourself for the sand storm.
By: Rob Payton – Wilson Field