Being made redundant is often life changing. Although it comes with some difficulty, it also comes with an opportunity for new beginnings. There are a number of things to consider before taking your next step.
What you need to know
Being made redundant can knock your personal and financial plans off course. Understanding your rights and options can help you take practical steps to get back on track.
How to manage your finances
Losing your job could lead to significant financial uncertainty. If you are facing the threat of redundancy, or have recently been made redundant, assessing your financial priorities can be a good way to regain stability and control.
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