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Repaying Your Creditors

You will probably understand creditor harassment if you cant afford to your debts when they are due or you have fallen behind in debt repayments. They will start with sending you reminder and overdue letters. If you cant make the … Continue reading

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What Insolvency Practitioner Should I Choose?

Consumers who are looking to find out about IVAs or other solutions for their debt problems are sometimes scared or concerned about enquiring about financial advice. Alot of people may feel ignorant in terms of their understanding of financial matters … Continue reading

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Penalties for Debt

Capital punishment for even the most heinous crimes has been abolished in most western democracies with some significant exceptions such as the USA. In regard to debt however, the USA has a most benign set of laws dealing with insolvency … Continue reading

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An IVA can Help you to Keep your Property

An Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) is a formal agreement between an insolvent debtor and his or her unsecured. The terms of the IVA provide for the debtor to repay a portion of his or her unsecured debt over a limited … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland Top Region For Bankruptcy

It seems that Northern Ireland is leading the way compared to other regions of the UK in terms of the amount of personal debt problems encountered by its citizens, according to a report issued by a national debt charity, the … Continue reading

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The Contrast Between the UK and Ireland in dealing with Personal Debt Problems

The contrast between the UK and Ireland in dealing with personal debt problems is quite remarkable. The most startling contrast is perhaps the difference in the bankruptcy legislation. In the UK most bankruptcies are discharged within 1 year leaving the … Continue reading

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Who is to blame for my personal debt?

Wanting to blame somebody else for our own financial problems is an entirely predictable and human reaction, particularly in the current recession. There has been a huge growth in personal indebtedness in the last ten years, particularly mortgage debt and … Continue reading

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Moving to the UK to sort out your debts

The UK has historically had, at best, an ambivalent attitude to its partners in the European Union (EU). It would be fair to say that during and indeed since the Thatcher era no love was lost between the UK and … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy Tourism in Europe

Bankruptcy tourism in Europe is increasing as an unexpected consequence of the principle of the free movement of labour in the European Union (EU). Certain jurisdictions in the EU have much more favourable laws for dealing with the individual insolvency … Continue reading

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