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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Mental health issues 'require flexible sick pay'

    Mental health issues 'require flexible sick pay'

    Sick leave and pay should be more flexible, so people with poor mental health can avoid severe financial hardship, a charity has said. The Money and Mental Health Policy Institute said preventative, part-time sick leave would help those facing mental health difficulties. Greater access to insurance...
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  • jet set willy
    started a topic Claim Form recieved

    Claim Form recieved

    Evening everyone,

    Now its been a while since i posted on here due to the fact i have been happily keeping people at bay for a few years and took some advice from a friend to think about this stuff only when i had to for the benfit of my health.
    But, as always something pops up for...
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  • nanna58
    started a topic Happy new year to all

    Happy new year to all

    Let's hope we all have a happy and very healthy new year .
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  • di30
    started a topic Hi everyone

    Hi everyone

    Hi everyone.
    Long time and no speak. Am so sorry I've not been around, I have missed everyone.

    Just to keep you informed as most of you were aware of my kidney issues, I have unfortunately moved on to to stage 4 CKD, but it's been steady over the last 2 lots of bloods, however if...
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  • Civil service classic pension early release of pension due to ill health

    Are there any pension experts? I'm just starting stage two of appeal for my pension on ill health. Stage one was refused even though I have medical evidence to prove my problems permanent, they are still using their opinion that it's not.
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  • daisy
    started a topic Unsecured debt & moving.

    Unsecured debt & moving.

    Hi everyone, it's been a while!

    I have a large amount of unsecured debt, not worried about the smaller ones, but a couple of Barclaycards pre 2007, also a couple of biggies with two banks and I can no longer service these debts, as I need to give up work on health grounds, so there is no...
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  • Advice on having small debts written off while on sick


    this is my first post here

    currently i have 12 creditors and the balance on 8 of them are all under £150, with me being off work currently due to health reasons i was wondering if its worth writing to these creditors and asking if they will write the debts off due to...
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  • SXGuy
    started a topic New Day / Debenhams direct debit harassment

    New Day / Debenhams direct debit harassment

    So some of you may know the ill health my mother has had recently and with everything going on we have been paying her Debenhams store card late every month. New Day rang her and was really pushing her to set up a direct debit. Wouldn't take no for an answer.

    So she gave me permission...
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  • ESA (support group) & PIP - Starting Full Time College Course


    Was wondering if someone could shed any light on this for me.

    I currently get ESA (Supprt Group) and PIP payments every month due to ongoing ill health...................

    I was looking in to going to college to do a Business Course, can anyone tell me how and...
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  • mo444
    started a topic capital one £3500 debt

    capital one £3500 debt

    I'm just looking for advice.I have 3500 on a capital one credit card with no hope of repaying.I have a 6 month agreement paying £5 a month.Will I be able to continue with this long term? Do I fill in form every 6 months or just ignore it and continue to pay . will it goto debt collection..Will I be...
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  • Elderly relative and housing benefit


    Wonder if I could just a quick question for an elderly relative. His youngest son is moving back in with him to give him support in day to day activities as his health and mobility are not what they were. He's an OAP and currently receives housing and council tax benefit and is concerned...
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Mental health and debt problems:

    Mental health and debt problems:

    Mental health and debt problems:

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 4th March 2016 13:17
    Much has been written about the easy availability of debt at a time of record low interest rates.
    The latest data showed that consumer credit was growing at the fastest pace
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  • CCJ getting it written off because of mental health ?

    Didn't know where to post this , but my husband asked me to post this .

    I'm suffering severe anxiety panic phobias and agoraphobia , i am receiving treatment and therapy from professionals.

    This CCJ in my name is being paid back at £3.89 a month , yeah i know it isn't a lot...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic Received my PIP form today

    Received my PIP form today

    I just received my PIP form today and im not going through with it , just had a massive panic attack reading all about the assessment i can't cope with this anxiety over this and waiting for the assessment will cause me more illness im in tears here and there is no way im going to put a claim in i just...
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  • missymoo
    started a topic A long road

    A long road

    I have agreed to help my sister with her debts so we have sat down this week with all the paperwork she has.

    She has been in a DMP for a number of years and currently has around 10 debts left.

    They mostly look like credit cards, loans, bank overdrafts. She has had some health...
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