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How much will I repay on an IVA?

13 July 2021
An IVA - Individual Voluntary Arrangement - could help you repay what you can towards problem unsecured debts, and write off what you can't afford to repay on successful completion.... read more »

Cost of home insurance falling

With inflation high and the recent news that we're back in recession, consumers might be relieved to hear that not everything is getting more expensive. According to recent research into annual buildings and contents insurance policies, these policies are, on average, cheaper now than they were at the start of the year.... read more »

Can you get an IVA with less than 15,000 debt?

4 April 2021
It is a common misconception that you must have 15,000 of unsecured debt to qualify for an IVA, as you might still qualify for an IVA with less debt.... read more »

What is term life insurance?

21 March 2021
If you only want life insurance for a certain period of time, you may consider term life insurance. ... read more »

How much debt do you need for a DRO?

30 August 2011
A DRO (Debt Relief Order) is a low-cost insolvency solution that could help you if you have a significant amount of unsecured debt you can't afford to repay - as well as few assets and low available income.... read more »

How much debt can I pay off with a debt consolidation loan?

29 July 2011
A debt consolidation loan could help to make repaying your debts simpler, but there will be a limit as to how much you can borrow - meaning you might not be able to cover all your debts. ... read more »

Insurance: how much is enough?

Well over 200bn worth of home contents are at risk in the UK, according to a new report that examines the `underinsurance trap`.... read more »

How much debt can I pay off with a debt management plan?

15 October 2010
There`s no actual limit to the amount of debt you can repay with a debt management plan, as long as it`s within a realistic timeframe.... read more »

What`s the minimum monthly payment on an IVA?

13 May 2010
An IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) could be your best way out of debt if you can`t see yourself being able to pay your debts back in full. ... read more »

How much does an IVA cost?

30 March 2010
An IVA can be an effective way of clearing unmanageable debts. The fees involved won`t affect how much you pay each month.... read more »

How much can I afford to pay towards my IVA?

11 March 2010
If your debts have become completely unmanageable, you`ll want to find a debt solution that can bring your debt repayments down to an affordable level.... read more »

How much debt do I need for a debt management plan?

18 January 2010
There is no set lower or upper limit for the amount of debt needed to qualify for a debt management plan. Whether you are eligible for a debt management plan will depend primarily on your ability to meet your existing debt repayments, and on what you can afford to pay per month.... read more »

How much will an IVA cost me?

11 June 2009
If you`re struggling with unmanageable debt and considering entering into an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) to help you get out of it, you may be wondering what costs are involved.... read more »

How much debt do I need to qualify for debt management?

24 April 2009
If your debts have become unmanageable to the point where you simply can`t afford your repayments, then a debt management plan could help you to get back on track.... read more »

How much debt do I need to qualify for an IVA?

7 April 2009
In 2008, the Insolvency Service website shows, around 40,000 people in England and Wales entered into an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement).... read more »


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