You do not have to cope alone

Many people are not sure if they need assistance with their debt situation. Here is a simple way to check, start by asking yourself these questions:

  • Do I spend more than I get in most months?

  • Do I owe money on my mortgage or rent?

  • Do I borrow from “Peter to pay Paul?”

  • Are my credit card bills increasing most months?

  • Am I afraid to open letters when they come from companies I owe money to?

  • Do I keep my financial worries from my partner or family?

If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’ then you need help.

Debt is a problem which affects a great many people today.

Some are able to manage this debt, for others is has spiralled out of control or is threatening to do so.

It can be difficult to balance income and expenditure, often resulting in debt. For those who tend in a get into financial muddle, we will assist, working out a financial statement (budget) with them, so that they can know what funds they have available.

If you would like to calculate your own budget, then Frontline have an online budget sheet for you to gauge for yourself whether you are living within your means or outside of them.

What we can do

We will deal with creditors on your behalf to stop you receiving threatening letters and speak with them to arrange monthly repayments that allows you and your family to have enough money to live on. Creditors can include mortgage companies, utility companies, HMRC, local government, banks, credit card companies and other lenders.

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3 Counties Money Advice is part of Frontline Debt Advice (UK)

Registered Address: c/o 3 Counties Church,Haslemere Locality Office,

Lion Green, Haslemere, GU27 1LD

A Company Limited by Guarantee Registered in England No. 7136786

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Licenced by the FCA to provide Debt Adjusting and Debt Councelling No. 694921

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07766 765041​(24hr)