The worst thing to do is to ignore or deny the problem because that's when it can escalate out of control.
(PRWEB) April 30, 2006
Personal debt in the UK continues to rise but people with financial issues can get free debt advice from the Debt Help SIte.
The latest figures from the Morgan Stanley credit card index reveals that the money spent with credit cards by the average UK resident is set to double in the next three months.
Meanwhile, figures from Alliance & Leicester show that the average person under 30 has unsecured debts of approximately £8000.
These trends will only add to the UK's £1.1 trillion personal debt burden. Bankruptcy figures have hit record levels and a recent survey by CreditExpert concluded that 25% of people are uncomfortable with their level of debt.
However, the Debt Help Site has articles offering free debt advice, giving those with problems the chance to get information on how they can work to become debt free.
Terry Galvin, editor of the Debt Help Site, believes more people should seek help for their debt problems instead of suffering in silence and allowing the situation to get worse.
Galvin says: "There are debt solutions available for anyone who wants to become debt free, no matter how trivial or serious they consider their problem.
Galvin adds: "The worst thing to do is to ignore or deny the problem because that's when it can escalate out of control."
For more information and debt advice, visit the Debt Help Site at http://www.debthelpsite.net
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