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We offer free advice and practical solutions to write off unaffordable debt

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We understand how debt can affect lives, so our specialist team is committed to helping clients regain control of their finances.

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According to recently published data, the average UK household debt hit £15,400*

Our team of experts help thousands of families every year across the UK get their finances back on track.

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Why choose Money Advice?

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We promise to give you professional advice and support from the word go as we endeavour to help you with your debts.

We’ll make sure your personalised plan puts you back in control.

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We will offer you your own experienced Financial Advisor who is always at the end of the phone to help.

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We understand.

We know how crucial it is to offer to best advice we can when addressing your debts, to ensure the most beneficial solution for you, relieving stress and helping you to be positive about your finances.

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Top Tips for Beating Debt

You can request a Budgeting Planner from any of our advisors by calling 033 0055 2902.  We offer a range of advice, 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 total income 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.

If your not sure what debts you have outstanding don’t worry just give us a call and will offer a free soft credit check facility.

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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.

Check out the ‘Our Solutions’ page and read about what we have to offer you. 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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Frequently Asked Questions

An IVA is a legally binding, formal agreement between you and your creditors to repay a portion of your debt. An assessment of your income and outgoings is completed to check how much you can afford to pay into the IVA each month. Once an amount you can afford each month is established, your creditors vote to decide if the IVA should be approved. The majority of your creditors need to vote for the IVA for it to go ahead. Once approved, the IVA usually lasts for 5 years with any of your remaining debt written off at the end.

There’s more than one reason why the IVA has proven over time to be such an effective route out of debt. Most people who benefit from an IVA would say having part of their debt written off is what appealled to them the most. In fact, up to 80% of your debt could be written off under an IVA; this means that if you owe £10,000, you could have up to £8000 of it written off! In addition, your creditors are no longer allowed to apply any interest or charges to your debts, or contact you for payment whilst you’re subject to the IVA. They also can’t take legal action against you.

All of your unsecured debts should be included in an IVA. Unsecured debts include credit cards, store cards, personal loans, payday loans and catalogue. Council Tax arrears and Benefit overpayments can also be included in your IVA. Secured debts, such as a mortgage or secured loan, cannot be included. Hire Purchase agreements, Court fines and CSA arrears can also not be included.

It’s unlikely that entering into an IVA would have a negative impact on your employment. However, in some instances, certain types of roles that involve finance can be affected if you access an IVA. It’s usually written into your employment contract so it could be worth checking this over if you work in roles involving financial advice, mortgage advice and accountancy.

One of the big advantages of an IVA is that your property isn’t at risk as long as you keep up to date with your mortgage payments. In fact, none of your assets are at risk under the IVA. However, in the final year of your IVA, you may need to release equity from your home. If this isn’t possible, then the length of your IVA may increase by a year.

We have our very own in-house insolvency professionals ready to set you on your path to a debt solution. This means we can quickly help you establish your eligibility and decide upon the most appropriate solution.

The advice we give is free, and there is no obligation to sign up to anything after your initial telephone consultation.

We think the world of money can be a complicated place, as decisions about overcoming financial difficulty are big ones, especially when there are lots of possible solutions out there. We understand this and that’s why we like to keep things simple.

There’s no pressure from us to make a quick decision, and we’re here when you’re ready to move forward.

Read our success stories from real-life customers who had an experience worth shouting about. 9/10 customers would recommend us to friends or family.

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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