COVID-19 and your finances

The Coronavirus crisis is a worrying time for lots of us and while it is everyone’s top priority to concentrate on staying healthy, it’s also important to keep track of your financial situation.

    We’ve already had lots of customers tell us their finances are being affected by Coronavirus, whether that’s due to reduced income, increased expenses or the impact of stress.

    While we work hard to gather more information and work with others in the financial services industry, we want to help you find answers to your questions.

    For specific financial questions

    Money Saving Expert are keeping their financial help and rights page up to date.

    If you're feeling anxious or worried

    Take a look at the Mind website for their tips about how to look after your mental well-being.

    If you have any health-related concerns

    Visit NHS online or call 111.

    What does this mean for Tully?


    As a business we have already moved our staff to work remotely, and while we will need time to adjust, it won’t affect how we serve our customers. 

    We are here to support people. 

    Whether you are self-isolating or socially distancing, we are here to help you access the debt advice you need online. 

    If you are already a Tully customer: 

    • We will continue to work with your lenders as we have done in previous months
    • If something has changed that means you are unable to make a repayment on your plan, or you’ve been impacted in another way, please get in touch with us at [email protected]

    If you're new to Tully: 

    • We’re working on new ways to help you share your circumstances with us so we can understand the impact of Coronavirus on your finances

    We are here to support businesses. 

    If you are a Financial Services company, we can help you support your customers through this difficult time. Our mission to provide digital debt advice is more important now than it has ever been. We'd love to have you on board.