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Evaluating Your Debt Consolidation Options
December 21st, 2016

When you find yourself buried under a mountain of debt, struggling to make your monthly repayments, it can sometimes seem like there will never be an end in sight. In some cases, though, debt consolidation can help you get yourself back on track to becoming debt-free. How Debt Consolidation Can Help Debt consolidation can make … Continue reading Evaluating Your Debt Consolidation Options

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How to Manage Debt When You Are Unemployed?

Losing your job can be incredibly hard on you and your family, particularly if you already have a significant amount of debt. Without your regular income, it can be difficult to meet your regular repayments as you normally do. Here are some strategies that can help you stay afloat during this difficult time. Take Stock … Continue reading How to Manage Debt When You Are Unemployed?

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What You Need to Know About Declaring Bankruptcy?

Going bankrupt sounds like a terrifying proposition, but in some cases, it is actually your best option to free yourself from mountains of debt. So, how do you know if bankruptcy is the right course of action for you? Read our handy guide to find out. Bankruptcy Basics Bankruptcy occurs when you can no longer … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Declaring Bankruptcy?

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Is A Debt Agreement a Good Idea?

A debt agreement is a last resort measure to help you get out of debt while avoiding bankruptcy. It is designed for those who have become incapable of repaying their unsecured loans. In order to enter into a loan agreement, you must compile all of your existing unsecured debt and determine the total amount that … Continue reading Is A Debt Agreement a Good Idea?

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An Overview of Declaration of Personal Bankruptcy in Australia
November 20th, 2014

Personal bankruptcy is the legal status of a person who is not able to repay debts to his creditors. This is imposed by a court order, but initiated by the debtor himself because he is certain that life circumstances will remain unchanged and the possibility of paying off the debts within a timeframe will not … Continue reading An Overview of Declaration of Personal Bankruptcy in Australia

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Expert debt consultants are the pillars of debt negotiators in Australia
October 15th, 2014

Debt negotiators in Australia have the best team of expert debt consultants. They strive at not only meeting the clients’ expectations but also exceeding them. They encourage clients to consolidate credit card debt so that the clients are able to manage and maintain their finances in a proper manner. The company also has a team … Continue reading Expert debt consultants are the pillars of debt negotiators in Australia

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Eligibility to do a Debt Agreement
February 06th, 2012

It is important that an individual understands his or her eligibility before doing a debt agreement. Not everyone is eligible to do a Debt Agreement. This article aims at providing a guideline on the eligibility criteria before applying for this type of agreement.

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Bad Credit & No Help: Consolidate debts through a Debt Agreement
January 05th, 2012

Debt Consolidation in itself is a loose word. It can be used at various instances. In a lay mans terms Debt Consolidation is a way where you can consolidate all your debts into one on a cheaper interest rate and terms that you are already on.

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Get out of the Pay Day Debt Trap
December 06th, 2011

In the recent years, there have been many financial reforms to make sure everyone including the lender and the borrower gets a fair go at acquiring and providing finance. One important market where the abuse on interest rate has been rife is the payday lending; interest rates can easily range from 50% to upwards of 1000%.

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Mortgage Reduction
November 25th, 2011

A Mortgage for a home for most people will be the largest debt they will incur in a lifetime. This also means that it will take the longest time to pay off and will incur the most amount of interest.

Banks and lenders will generally structure a home loan over 25 or 30 years. This makes it affordable to pay off for the “average’ person but it comes at a cost….. and that is a “lot of interest” paid to the financial institution over a person’s lifetime.

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