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IVR: An approach to Debt Problem

09th February 2012
Let us point out that one plain defense of having piled up debts is that you simply neglected to manage your finances prudently, spending beyond whatever you earn. You have a great deal of wants that you can't afford, yet you obtain a loan or swipe your c... Read >
Author: Mark S Sorne

IVR: An Action to end Indebtedness

09th February 2012
Let's say that one simple alibi of having piled up debts is you neglected to manage your money sensibly, spending beyond whatever you earn. You have so much wants that you simply can't afford, but you get a loan or swipe your credit card nearly everywhere... Read >
Author: Mark S Sorne

The top 5 IVA myths answered

16th December 2011
We consider some of the key myths that surround the IVA debt solution and find out whether there is any truth behind them. If you are trying to decide how to solve a personal debt problem, one of the debt management solutions you are likely to consider... Read >
Author: Beatmydebt

Can I Be Responsible For Someone Else's Debt?

23rd March 2010
With an estimated 20,000 new cases of debt repayment problems coming to light each month, should other family members be worried that they will be left responsible for unpaid debts? According to the Insolvency Service, over 10,000 people each month are... Read >
Author: BeatMyDebt.com

What if you default on unsecured loans?

20th April 2007
Loans are taken when personal finances fall short to fund necessary needs. Borrowing becomes an obvious choice at that time. But, one always needs to remember that loans are taken to be repaid. However, sometimes, unavoidable circumstances like job loss, ... Read >
Author: gracy
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