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Debt Management

How to Pay Off Credit Card Debt

The best way to pay off credit card debt depends on your personal circumstances. Explore common ways of paying off your credit card debt with this Know How blog.

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The Complete Guide to Managing Your Debts

Sometimes debts can mount up and you may find it hard to get your finances back on track. Learn more about getting help with debt management and how to pay off your debt.

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Defaulting on a loan

Our advice could help you get back on track if you’re at risk of defaulting your loan payments.

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Three steps to become debt free

Easy-to-follow advice on assessing your debts, taking control of your finances and changing your habits to improve your finances.

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How to consolidate payday loans

Borrowers may struggle with the additional fees and rates associated with payday loans. Here’s how payday loan debt consolidation helps them take back control.

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Five ways to reduce debt

Debt may seem scary and debilitating, but even taking small actions can help ease you out of debt.

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Common causes of debt

Being aware of the main causes of debt can help you better prepare for such situations and help you to identify spending behaviours that may lead to a large bill from the debtor.

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A guide to personal insolvency

If you’re struggling with overwhelming debts and don’t know what to do, there are people you can turn to for free help and debt advice.

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Representative example: If you borrow £10,000 over 10 years at an interest rate of 5.14% (variable) you would make 120 payments of £122.71 per month. The total amount repayable would be £14,725.20 (This includes a lender fee of £495 and a broker fee of £1,000 which have been added to the loan.)

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