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Industry News 4 Aug 2020

Mental Health – PayPlan supports calls to improve access to debt advice

Nearly half of people in problem debt have a mental health problem. Yet, symptoms of many mental health problems like difficulty communicating, impaired clarify of thought and reduced concentration, can make it difficult for people to engage with debt advice.Every…

Living in Debt 20 Jan 2020

Blue Monday – The most depressing day of the year

What’s so blue about Monday? Known by many as the most depressing day of the year, ‘Blue Monday’ is called as such for a number of reasons. For many, the post-Christmas debt is due, so many will be feeling the…

Competitions 9 Oct 2019

Talking Money Matters on World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10th October 2019. Results from a recent PayPlan survey, along with advice from the Samaritans, highlight the importance of seeking money advice sooner to try and support mental health problems. What is World Mental…

Living in Debt 16 May 2018

Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week takes place each year in May. We all understand that it is important to look after your mental health, but how do we do this? There are many physical warning signs that you may be struggling…

Living in Debt 19 Apr 2018

Our Debt Heroes Top Tips for coping with stress

April 2018 is Stress Awareness Month, and here at PayPlan we understand how stressful managing your finances can be, particularly if you find yourself struggling to make up payments. It is important to understand stress, the causes and the triggers…

Living in Debt 10 Oct 2017

What Financial Help Is Available If You Have Mental Health Problems?

You’ll have probably seen plenty of newspaper reports about mental health in recent months to encourage more vulnerable clients to reach out for help in the run-up to World Mental Health Day on 10th October. Slowly-but-surely, the stigma is being removed,…

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