Guide to debt collectors and bailiffs

Debt adviceAugust 3 Author: Daniel Culpan

If you're looking for help and advice on how to deal with debt collectors and bailiffs, our guide could give you the answers you need.

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Where can I find a debt calculator?

Debt adviceJuly 24 Author: Lucy Bower

You can find two debt calculators on this page, one for mortgages and one for loans.

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Will a debt management plan stop me getting a mortgage?

Debt adviceJuly 23 Author: Daniel Culpan

Agreeing a debt management plan will affect your credit rating for up to six years - which could affect your ability to get a mortgage.

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Is it time to consolidate your debts?

Debt adviceJuly 19 Author: Daniel Culpan

A debt consolidation loan could help you simplify the way you repay your debts, with a single payment per month that you can afford.

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How do I calculate which debt to pay off first?

Debt adviceJuly 18 Author: Daniel Culpan

What's the best way to repay your debts? Different people will take different approaches - so you might find the ideas on this page useful.

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Find out how debt consolidation could help you

Debt adviceJuly 18 Author: Lucy Bower

Debt consolidation replaces lots of different debts with just one. Read about how it could help you here.

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Bailiffs and debt management

Debt adviceJuly 17 Author: Helen Gradwell

Even if bailiffs are contacting you, you may still be able to reach an agreement with them. A debt management plan could help.

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What is the minimum amount of debt to file for bankruptcy?

Debt adviceJuly 17 Author: Lucy Bower

A creditor could petition for your bankruptcy if you owe them just 750, but if you file for your own bankruptcy, there's no actual minimum set down. Read more here.

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