Sunday, December 2, 2012

Financial Help in Times of Need

In today's economy, things can be pretty tight when it comes to money.  I know that firsthand.  I left my home in Texas in the hands of some friends of mine who wanted to rent it.  They agreed to make my mortgage payment each month, and I was pretty happy about that.  And then I came back to my home state in the hopes of finding a permanent teaching job.  I had a lot of job interviews, and I figured things were going to go pretty well in the money department.

What began as a very positive summer for me quickly became a fall of disappointment.  I did not get a job, and I was struggling to get everything together for my part-time job offerings.  My cash flow was going to be stopping in September, and I had no prospects.  Thankfully I was living at home with my parents, and my expenses were low.  But I was understandably concerned.

Well, things did work out for me to get a part-time job, and at least I could rest assured that my house mortgage was being taken care of, and so I was pretty sure that I could be relatively financially secure.  While I didn't have extra money to spare, I was doing fairly well.

Unfortunately, my "renters" began to renege on their agreement.  I was promised funds that never materialized.  And I was now paying my mortgage payments most months.  Again, I could do it for a while, but the money I was receiving was becoming more and more sporadic.

My debt was piling up, and finally things came to a head.  I now was in a position to seek help from the bank.  I could barely make my minimum payments each month, and it looked  like I was going to lose my house.  The creditors began to contact me quite regularly, and I was now in a position of financial distress.  I was in need, and I had to get some debt counseling and some help so that I could keep from drowning in my debt.

When your financial situation becomes very complicated and tight, that is when it is time to seek help.  A personal loan is one of the options you can check into with your bank, and they will be certain to direct you towards the best option for you and your family.

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1 comment:

  1. I went through similar circumstances over the past three years and ultimately turned to an accountant and lawyer to get the help I needed. It is important to be proactive about your finances to finally move forward and get a sense of relief and direction.


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