ClearStart

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October 30, 2009 02:00 ET

ClearStart Launch a New Director's Blog to Help Provide Debt Management Advice

CHORLEY, UNITED KINGDOM--(Marketwire - Oct. 30, 2009) - ClearStart who offers impartial debt advice and a full range of debt solutions to indebted consumers, are set to help people with financial difficulties even further, with the recently launched Directors Blog, written by Nigel Stockton, Director of ClearStart.

On a regular basis through the ClearStart website, Nigel will be offering his thoughts and answering questions on a whole host of subjects including: debt solutions such as IVAs and Debt Management Plans; ways to save you money; the benefits of switching utility suppliers; how to avoid the debt trap and many other happenings within the financial world.

Nigel's blogs can be found at http://www.clearstart.org/directors-blog. For further details on ClearStart's best value debt solutions and impartial advice, visit www.ClearStart.org.

Highlights of blog posts already launched include:

Seek debt advice before it's too late!

Being in debt can be a very stressful or even frightening experience. Many people can have a tendency to "bury their heads in the sand" and hope that things will get better. Sadly this seldom happens and if action is not taken, the consequences can be disastrous. If not addressed quickly, debt problems can mount which can ultimately lead to County Court Judgements, Repossession, or even serious health problems. The recent press release by the Citizens Advice Bureau regarding Advice Week has also highlighted the difference that getting help with a problem will make, especially if it's tackled early enough.

You might be able to save by switching.

Like me, you may have seen in the press and on TV recently that UK residents could face a massive 60% increase in energy bills over the next seven years.

Other everyday costs are also on the increase, including motor and household insurance. It is vital that we all keep a close watch on our regular expenditure. If you are worried about, or are struggling with balancing your income and expenditure every month, there are a number of positive steps you can take – which may enable you to control your expenditure, or even save you money.

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