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Our quick and easy assessment will let you know if you qualify for debt write off.

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We understand debt and know it can be difficult, but our trained specialists are here to help you, when you need it most

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If you are worried about managing your debt, talk to the experts.

We can help you identify all available solutions put together a personal action plan so you can clear your debt in the shortest time possible.

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A legally binding agreement between you and your creditors to pay an affordable monthly payment for a set period of time – usually 5 or 6 years, and then any remaining debt will be written off.

An informal agreement between you and your creditors to pay back your debts. Work out what’s really affordable for you and pay one set monthly payment, which is then divided between your creditors. A DMP is not insolvency, you’re not tied in for a minimum period and can make changes to your payment if your circumstances change.

If you have a debt problem, one of your options for sorting it out might be bankruptcy. You can apply for bankruptcy if you can’t pay back your debts. As well as applying for bankruptcy yourself, someone else you owe money to (a creditor) can apply to make you bankrupt, even if you don’t want them to. For a creditor to make you bankrupt, you must owe at least £5,000. Remember, bankruptcy might not be your only option and it might not be the best one for you.

A legally binding agreement between you and your creditors to pay an affordable monthly payment for a set period of time – usually 5 or 6 years, and then any remaining debt will be written off. A Debt Relief Order (DRO) is one way to deal with your debts if you meet certain criteria; Your debts are no more than £20,000, You don’t own your home. You’ve got £50 or less left over each month after you’ve paid your usual household expenses. Other savings or things of value you own are worth less than £1,000. You don’t own a car worth £1000 or more, unless it’s one that’s been specially adapted because you have a disability.

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  • You will be treated with empathy and understanding.
  • We will give you the opportunity to speak freely about debt.
  • Always free impartial advice accompanied by practical solutions.
  • You’ll quickly see our commitment to helping you become debt-free.
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  1. Tell us your situation
    You will be given the opportunity to speak freely about your situation
  2. Assess your situation
    We’ll work with you to gain a full picture of your circumstances
  3. Explore your options
    You’ll get a personal action plan and recommended debt solutions that suit your situation.
  4. Choose your debt solution
    We’ll help you get things set up and give you the support to deal with your debts, however long it’s needed.
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Top tips for beating debt

You can request a Budgeting Planner from any of our advisors by calling 0333 678 5500. It gives a range of advice to follow, from increasing your income to knowing your debts properly by offering a free soft credit search that won’t affect your credit.

Budgeting is a great way to get in control and on top of your debts. By following our budgeting advice, you should be able to work out your ingoings and outgoings and clearly visualise what money you have left each month to pay to your creditors.

We suggest making a list of your creditors, along with money owed and due dates. Making note of this information with pen and paper is an invaluable way of relieving the likelihood of forgetting payment dates and helps you feel on top of things.

Cut back unnecessary spending by ending any subscriptions that you don’t need. Give your phone, water, and electricity gas and internet providers a call to see if you are on the most suitable plan for you. You might be paying for more than you actually use per month and this could save you money.

There are many free comparison websites online, which may be useful to find out the cheapest options for you, from car insurance to your weekly food shop.

Ensure that you’re receiving as much money as you’re entitled to. There may be benefits that you unknowingly qualify for or similar help from the government or local council. Consider whether you have any spare time to fit in some overtime or even a second job.

We show you the advantages/disadvantages of the individual solutions for you to be able to make an educated decision as to which route is best to take.

There are a number of unique options, so make sure that you take the time to read about and understand what each one would mean for you. If necessary, discuss with family or your partner to see which is best for your situation.

Furthermore, you can contact or request a free call back from one of our experienced advisors who will help you find the right solution for you and help you with any queries or uncertainties that you may have.

Facing debt is the only way that they will go away. A simple ring to us can get the ball rolling with clearing your debts, as we can advise you on your individual circumstance and ultimately, get you on your way to being debt-free on a solution tailored to you.

Not only will being active about your debts help you clear them quicker, but also will relieve enormous stress from you and those around you who may be affected.

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

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