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Debt Advice

47 Helped Today! - 22/03/18

If you’re suffering with overwhelming debt, you may feel overburdened and unsure of where to get help.

You could also already be familiar with the numerous options that are available and be unsure as to which one is best. In one of these instances, it could be helpful to get professional debt advice. Thankfully debt advice specialists are standing by ready to help, and one of the easiest ways to connect with one is by filling out the form you see located above.

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Debt counsellors can discuss your situation confidentially in order to come up with a manageable solution that is best for your unique situation. These professionals are aware that a “cookie cutter” approach to eliminating debt simply won’t work, as each client’s circumstances are different. When trying to come up with a plan, these counsellors will consider a number of factors including income, assets, and amount of debt owed to create a workable solution.

In some cases, simply setting up a budget for repaying debt may not be enough. In cases where clients are already in arrears or in danger of having property repossessed, a more aggressive approach may need to be taken. Several plans are in place that will allow consumers to prevent accruing additional late fees and interest; in some cases, these programs can also prevent foreclosure or repossession.

A few options that may be given when seeking debt advice are:

  1. Debt Management Plans (DMPs) – an arrangement between you and your creditors whereby debt counsellors attempt to freeze interest and late fees while setting up an easy and affordable monthly or weekly payment plan
  2. Individual Voluntary Agreements (IVAs) – similar to a debt management plan yet primarily deals with unsecured debt. Creditors are repaid at an agreed-upon rate over a period of five years
  3. • Bankruptcy – this is normally recommended after debt management plans or individual voluntary agreements have failed. It involves having all or most of an individual’s debt written off, and can also include seizing assets to help repay some of the money that’s owed

How Much does Debt Advice Cost?

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Perhaps you’ve put off talking with a debt advice counselor because you feel you can’t afford to do so. One of the biggest questions most people have when it comes to seeking debt counseling is how much this service is going to cost. The answer depends on the path that’s chosen to work out a solution. There is generally no cost for an initial consultation; however, there can be a monthly charge for administering a debt management plan or individual voluntary agreement. These charges can be included with the monthly payment you make to the insolvency practitioner, who will then deduct his or her fees before sending payment to your creditors.

Benefits of Debt Advice

It’s never too early to seek debt counseling – in fact, the sooner you do so the better. If you’ve been hesitant to contact someone about your financial situation, perhaps you should consider the benefits of doing so which can include:

  • Increased possibility of retaining valuable possessions
  • Sessions are free and confidential
  • Reduces the odds that you will need to file bankruptcy
  • Can help you consolidate bills into one easy monthly payment
  • Reduces the stress associated with having large sums of debt

If the idea of becoming debt free sounds good to you, now is the right time to take that first step. Simply fill out the form on the top of this page to find out more about how debt advice can help you be on your way to financial freedom.

Other Services:

At www.Debt-Management-Site.com we do not give advice. On completion of our form, we will introduce you to one of our authorised debt solutions partners. We use the contact details you have given us on the form to make this introduction. A debt advisor will contact you by telephone. During that telephone call, the debt advisor will discuss your options in more detail. During this call, and other subsequent communications, you will be dealing with a debt solutions partner and not www.Debt-Management-Site.com. All solutions are subject to acceptance and eligibility. Further conditions will apply and calls are recorded for your protection. Initial advice is always free but, as commercial companies our partners do charge for on-going services. Debt Write off only applies on completion of the Insolvency Solution and details do appear on a public register. Full details will be discussed prior to entering into an agreement and alternative options may be offered, where considered to be in your best interest. Your ability to obtain credit will be affected for 6 years, even if the solution lasts for less and your assets and property could be at risk.

To find out more about managing your money and getting free debt advice, visit Money Advice Service, an independent service set up by the Government to help people manage their money.

All debt solutions should be very carefully considered. www.Debt-Management-Site.com never charge for the advice we give you, but if you enter an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) or Debt Management Plan with one of our partner companies, then fees will apply and these are made clear by our advisors or in the documentation you receive. Retained payment may place you further into arrears. www.Debt-Management-Site.com partners all comply with the Financial Conduct Authority rules and principles of business and you have the right to a cooling off period of 14 days. It is likely that your ability to obtain credit will be affected for 6 years, even if the solution lasts for less.

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