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Debt management plans are usually for people with unsecured debts totalling £15,000 or less, although this depends on exact circumstances.
Individual voluntary arrangements (IVAs) are a binding contract between you and your creditors. You will make fixed monthly payments each month into your IVA, and in return they will accept lower payments over a fixed term.
Individuals with relatively low liabilities, small surplus income and few or no assets and who are possibly not in a position to pay off your debts in a reasonable time may be eligible for a debt relief order.
A debt arrangement scheme (DAS) is a debt management program, run by the Scottish government, which allows you to repay your debts over an extended period of time whilst providing you protection from your creditors.
Important Information About Our Service & Fees
Whilst we strive in all cases to negotiate the best deal with your creditors, we cannot guarantee a reduction in interest or charges. Also as one of the largest providers of debt management solutions in the UK, we are able to provide initial advice over the phone without charge, however, if a debt solution is taken out, please be aware that fees will be charged. For information on our fees, please click here. For more information about debt management plans from MoneyPlus read our terms & conditions.
Further Additional Information
The insolvency service has produced a guide for people who are struggling with debt. This guide outlines each of the available solutions. You can download the guide by clicking the following link – Options for Paying off your Debt.
Living in Scotland?
If you live in Scotland you can find out more about managing your debt by reading the debt advice and information package created by Scotland’s Insolvency Service.