Money Doctor: Don't be too beaten down by losing your job

Money Doctor John Lowe gives some advice on how to bounce back from redundancy.

20th January, 2013
'If you know you are going to be made redundant, seek financial advice to ensure you don't miss out on any financial planning opportunities.'

"I once had a job in a deli, but just couldn't slice it. No matter how hard I tried, I could not cut the mustard."

This quip is far from funny if you're out of work. Perhaps you, your partner, or both of you are in the unfortunate position of recently being made redundant. If so, you're not alone. With more than 420,000 registered and countless others without work, picking yourself up, dusting yourself down...

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