Helping you through
Redundancy can often come as an unpleasant shock. It’s not something you can always anticipate or plan for, which can make dealing with redundancy difficult – and while redundancy is not something you set out to achieve, unfortunately it happens to many in the course of their working life.
You can reduce the stress and uncertainty of redundancy by ensuring you have a rainy day emergency fund in place. With the right financial decisions, redundancy can actually be a rewarding and financially beneficial experience.
After the initial shock of redundancy has subsided, we will help you plan for the next phase of your working life and aim to make it more of an adventure than a fear. Together we can discuss your current financial situation and work out how you might best meet your basic living expenses and debt obligations.
We will also explore your options for returning to the workforce. Understanding how to make redundancy work for you may even give you the opportunity to progress from employee, to potentially starting your own business.
If you have just been made redundant, or your firm is going through changes and you have the fear of redundancy, contact us today to arrange an appointment to discuss your options.