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  • 1. Debt Help Compare
    Debt Management Alternatives
    • Debt Help
    • 2. IVA - Individual Voluntary
    • 3. Consolidation Loans
    • 4. PTD – Protected Trust Deeds
    • 5. Bankruptcy 
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
  • 6. Debt Help
    Looking for someone who is seriously struggling from the complications of debt is quite easy nowadays. Entering into the problem of a debt is quite easy but finding a way to get you out of it is not that easy. The task can be really challenging and stressed out. If you are about to begin with a new business, then the load of bills, the expenses of your credit cards and other types of expenditure may force you to end up in applying for the debt form a bank. Moreover, there is nothing harm in it, in fact, most of the businessmen claim that it is better take the guidance and assistance from the debt management organizations. With a business Debt Help, you would be able to make the full use of your money efficaciously. Hiring a professional financial advisor will also help you to find some alternatives to clear your debts as soon as possible.  
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
  • 7. Debt Management
    The first step of debt management is the acceptance of the situation and a resolve to face it. Running away from it by avoiding the creditor’s calls and not answering mails won’t help in any way. A letter or note of acknowledgment to the creditor regarding your debts and assuring them of your efforts to address the problem would go a long way in this process. Of course it would be very helpful if a token payment is included along with the letter; even if it’s a small amount it expresses the integrity and commitment of the debtor. A possible explanation of the financial situation and altering of the plans may even lead to some relief like lowering of the interest rates; at times such steps are met with more understanding than what one could possibly believe from a credit institution.
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  • 8. Consolidation Loans
    Consolidation Loans normally come in the form of Equity Release, which means if you do not have enough equity or you are not a home owner then a consolidation loan it not an option. It is possible to have an unsecured consolidation loan but you credit history must be perfect,so no missed or late payments.
     One monthly payment
     Improve credit rating
     Normally better interest rate
     Easy to manage
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
  • 9. PTD – Protected Trust Deeds
    A Trust Deed (Protected Trust Deed) and the Scottish equivalent of an IVA but there are a few subtle differences: 
     Write off up to 90% of the debt
     Freeze interest and stop charges
     Stop letters and phone calls
     Finish the plan in 36 months
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
  • 10. Individual Voluntary Arrangement
    An IVA ( Individual Voluntary Arrangement is a formal route to repay your debt using one monthly affordable payment. Once the IVA has been accepted, the creditors will agree to: 
     Write off up to 75% of the debt 
     Freeze interest and stop charges 
     Stop letters and phone calls 
     Finish the plan in 60 months
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
  • 11. Bankruptcy
    Bankruptcy is and always will be the last resort to solve a debt situation and you must be fully informed before deciding on this option.Bankruptcy can last anywhere between 12 to 120 months, but all your debt is written off and the stress of the debts will vanish. 
     Removes the stress caused by debt
     Normall lasts for 12 months
     Can lower your monthly payment
     When finished you will be debt free
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
  • 12. Debt Help Compare
    Contact Us
    Madison FinancialEaton Place114 Washway RoadSaleManchesterM33 7RFt: 0845 838 1892e: info@madisonfinancial.co.ukw: http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk
    http://www.debthelpcompare.co.uk

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