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Financial Services

The first thing that affects you when you lose your job is the abrupt loss of income and, consequently, financial instability. Despite the government's attempts at financial assistance, most often the money doesn't last very long, and the weekly benefit amount may be insufficient. Such situations are not ideal, but they become doubly worse when you owe money. So, it is best to start exploring options to ease your financial worries.

How Do You Do That?

Check out our insights on different financial support programs, from tax exemptions to debt consolidation and the like.

Tax Relief

Tax Relief Assistance

File and save on taxes

Tax Relief

Taxes are bothersome to file under normal circumstances, but getting them in order when you are already dealing with unemployment can stress you out even more. It is common to fall behind on filing taxes courtesy of your unemployed status.

These errant or overdue taxes, typically from previous years, are referred to as "back taxes." If you are facing a situation where you owe back taxes, you might need tax relief measures.

Small Loans

Only borrow what you need

Small Loans

For many, living from one paycheck to the other is the norm and, for the most part, something that we can't help. However, that is thrown for a toss when you find yourself unemployed. In one clean swoop, you are left with funds that may or may not last very long.

Under such circumstances, you may have to turn to borrowing money. And while personal loans may help you in emergencies or finance some necessary expenditure, lenders set minimums on the amount they loan you.

Some of them can be a much higher amount than the couple thousand dollars you are looking for and force you to borrow more than needed. And since the extra amount comes with its share of interest, it's best to steer clear of them. Here's where Small Loans might help.

Small Loans
Debt-Relief

Debt Relief

Get out of debt quick

Debt-Relief

One of the potential outcomes of unemployment is debt. Sometimes manageable, otherwise crushing. If you seek respite from the latter, you may consider debt relief.

Debt relief measures help borrowers reduce or refinance their debt to make repayment easier. These measures include forgiving a portion of the principal amount, debt consolidation, decreasing their interest rates, and more.

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Small Loans

Find small loan lenders with the lowest interest rates.

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Debt Relief

Get out of debt quickly by following these measures.

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