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Not Discussing your Problems is a bigger PROBLEM. We know that you shall only share our problems to reliable sources.

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Helpful Tips for Addressing Financial Problems

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For me the International Wealth Coach from Finorbit Global is one point of contact who listens to me and my problems, without selling me any further products... It's really good service gesture.

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I was stuck up with my career growth options and most of my Investments were in a bad shape. Thanks to Finorbit Global for helping me in minimizing my losses.

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Everyone has the right to financial independence. If your partner is controlling your money or running up debts in your name, it’s financial abuse. Also buying assets not with your earned income is another type of financial abuse.

The impact of financial abuse can be felt long after you’ve left an abusive situation. Financial abuse can vary from situation to situation since there isn’t one way to handle money in relationships – whether personal or professional.


Financial anxiety is a feeling of worry, fear, or unease about your finances. It can be caused by a variety of different reasons, not just a lack of funds.

The most common reaction to financial anxiety is avoidance. However, avoiding your finances instead of managing them can cause them to worsen, which in turn causes further anxiety. So how can you overcome and break this cycle?


If you feel that the stress of your financial situation is too much for you to handle, it's important to share your concerns and not just keep them to yourself. 

While worrying only doesn’t solve much, having a plan to try to manage financial challenges can help ease some of that stress. Lots of situations can cause financial stress, you might be unemployed or unable to find sufficient work, you might have debts you cannot pay or you might feel worried about expected financial pressures.


A financial problem is a situation in which you are not able to meet your bills on time or afford necessary basic need of life. However the literal and practical meaning slightly differ and also differ from Individual to Individual.

Financial problems can be both Monetary as well as non-monetary. There are various solutions available to help people with Financial problems but the very first step for all is to accept that they have a Financial Problem.

Signs YOU may have

Financial Problems


Miss important things in life such as family time, work, leisure activities, appointments.

Feeling unwell

Feeling stressed, anxious, exhausted or confused

Loneliness & Isolation

Retirement from work, home relocation, starting out in a new role or community


Difference in opinions, personalities, beliefs, values or goals


Health & Relationships due to 

Financial Problems



  • Worrying a lot or feeling anxious over money

  • Arguing with loved ones over money

  • Headaches and Feeling unwell

  • Being afraid to open the mail

  • Difficulty sleeping

  • Feeling guilty spending money on non-essentials

  • Late bill payments or often seeking extensions

  • Minimum or missed payments on credit cards

  • Spending less money on necessities e.g. food

  • Increasing debt from credit cards or loans

  • Interpersonal relationship problems

  • Personal or family illness

  • Conflict e.g. bullying or harassment

  • Concerns about life direction

  • Job loss/insecurity

  • Pressures from competing demands or a combination of the above