How much does a Trust Deed cost?

Debt adviceJune 21 Author: Helen Gradwell

The monthly cost of a Trust Deed is based on what you can afford.

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What is level term life insurance?

Insurance adviceJune 21 Author: Helen Gradwell

You choose how much you pay per month depending on how much you want your family to receive. A simple kind of life cover that gives you the control.

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What is life insurance?

Insurance adviceJune 21 Author: Janet Rees

Life insurance could provide your family with a financial 'safety net' if you pass away. Here's a quick guide to how different types of life insurance work.

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What is decreasing term life assurance?

Insurance adviceJune 21 Author: Helen Gradwell

Decreasing term life assurance could be the answer if you are looking for a cheaper policy that only pays out as much as your family will need.

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What is whole-of-life insurance?

Insurance adviceJune 21 Author: Helen Gradwell

Whole-of-life insurance never expires, so it is guaranteed to pay out upon your death as long as the terms of the policy have been met. This can give you great peace of mind.

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A bank account for DAS

Personal Account adviceJune 20 Author: Lucy Bower

A basic bank account might be the best option while you're on DAS (the Debt Arrangement Scheme); there's no overdraft and often no credit check. Read more here.

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Can I Do an IVA If I Can't Remember All of My Debts?

Debt adviceJune 18 Author: Lucy Bower

It may be possible to enter an IVA even if you can't remember all your debts, but you'd be expected to include them in the arrangement as soon as you discover them.

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What is a debt consolidation mortgage?

Debt adviceJune 18 Author: Helen Gradwell

You could make your debts more manageable by consolidating them with your mortgage.

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