Uncertainty has been the name of the game for 2020. With less than three months left, there’s no telling what else the year has in store. Furthermore, there’s no guarantee 2021 will be any different.
With this in mind, looking to the future might sound like a fool’s errand. However, for Plymouth Associates, helping clients prepare financially for the months and years ahead is a core aspect of their business. They can’t predict the future, but they can find the most effective path towards a life without debt.
A life without debt? That sounds too good to be true, especially with the year we’re having. However, such a future is a real possibility for most people currently burdened by high-interest credit card debt. It doesn’t happen overnight, but achieving financial freedom can occur sooner than most people think.
Everyone’s path to a debt-free future is different, but many start the journey by visiting PlymouthAssociates.com and applying for debt relief options. Most go on to have their debt consolidated into a single monthly payment. In doing so, they pay less in interest per month, making it easier to pay off debt once and for all.
Not everyone qualifies, but that’s mostly because not everyone needs to consolidate their debt to achieve financial freedom in the future. Some people crunch the numbers using the company’s comparison calculator and determine they’re better off finding other ways to get debt-free.
Regardless of the specific outcome, Plymouth Associates expects to see a growing number of people seeking assistance in the weeks and months ahead. Not only has the economic uncertainty of 2020 left many folks determined to improve their financial situation, credit card debt usually swells up during the holiday season. As millions of people enter the new year with mounting credit card bills and continued concerns about the economy, alleviating debt will become a top priority.
The expectations of Plymouth Associates for October 2020 and beyond are simple: help as many people take control of their debt as possible and provide guidance as they move towards greater financial freedom. Even if the economy improves as most of us hope, millions of families will remain anxious about the future. Chances are the demand for debt-relief options and expert financial planning will continue to grow well into the new year.
In other words, signs point to better days ahead for the economy, but that won’t be enough to diminish the financial stress and anxiety generated by the events of 2020. Advisory groups like Plymouth Associates have good reason to expect an influx of new clients in the coming months.
If more people agree to get their debt situation under control, the better off we’ll be when the next recession unfolds. Of course, that assumes they don’t accumulate debt in the time between the current recession and the next one. Given the wake-up calls of 2020, we hope most families have learned from their past financial mistakes.
While there’s still plenty of time for 2020 to throw us more curveballs, that doesn’t take away from the fact that debt is a burden most people want to have lifted from their shoulders. With this in mind, it’s time for folks to plan ahead, starting now.