Who cares for a debtor?


Looks a little unsettling? It isn’t. Do you know that debt becomes a part of everyone's life at some point? No one can escape it. As we progress through life, we acquire new identities and social statuses. We face and overcome different challenges. It is impossible to imagine a life where there is not even the slightest trace of debt.

As we all know, inflation and the needs of life have become such that borrowing often becomes necessary. Money, being integral to survival, needs to be earned, sometimes in different ways. Personal loans and credit cards seem viable options. There's nothing wrong with it.

As a matter of fact, you are bound to be surprised if you start exploring the borrowing-lending cycle around the world and understand its larger role in the functioning of society. Despite this, many people who incur debt of any kind begin to stress and worry. Basically, due to a lack of awareness and knowledge, bad spending habits, and financial indiscipline, they feel things are getting out of control.

We urge you to understand that this can still be handled. All things related to money can be handled. You can develop financial discipline by

  1. Tracking your spending
  2. Making a budget for the future
  3. Cutting down on unwanted expenses
  4. Thoroughly reading the Terms & Conditions accompanying each person's loan/credit card
  5. Seeking professional assistance as needed

FREED understands different kinds of debts and debtors.

We know that it is hard to talk openly about money matters. Everyone has a unique cultural background, and many times, disclosing financial concerns causes more harm than good. So, what should you ideally be doing? We say that you do these few things and stop getting scared of debt:

1. Have the intention to repay

You should always remember that you have to repay the money you borrowed from others.

2. Accept your hardship

It is wise to accept the reality of the situation you are in and how well you can handle it.

3. Share your hardship with trusted ones

You know, in many cases, it is seen that by sharing our problems with those we trust, we are able to overcome them.

4. Seek professional advice and consultation.

If you don't have anyone you can trust with your debts, seek professional assistance. When you know that you cannot handle it alone, it is always better to have someone help you.

5. Increase your knowledge about financial setups.

You should try to become more aware of the financial system that affects your life and the lives of your loved ones, whether it is influenced by the government or private individuals.

6. Become financially disciplined.

Discipline might seem like a heavy word and push us out of our comfort zone, but it helps us in the long run. If you observe, you will be surprised to know that many successful people practice immense financial discipline in multiple ways.

We are confident that by making a few changes in your lifestyle, you can lead a healthy and fearless life. So, what do you choose now?

P.S. If you or someone you know is seeking debt relief, connect with us now.

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