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The Harrington Brooks Insolvency Team provides advice and guidance to maximise the best possible outcome for you.
Debt Solutions from Harrington Brooks
If you're experiencing debt problems, you're in the right place. We're currently helping over 70,000 clients repay their debts by an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) or Financial Management Plan. We also offer a Bankruptcy Support service.
Solution Spotlight: Individual Voluntary Arrangements
Is an IVA right for me?
IVAs are a popular solution for unaffordable unsecured debts over £5,500.
An IVA can write-off a significant amount of debt and stop legal action against you.
Harrington Brooks Advice Centre
Our guides help you deal with a debt crisis.
Money Saving Tips on...Entertainment in the home
(8th October, 2015) As the nights draw in and days get colder your family and friends may start to stay indoors. With this in mind you begin to spend more time with TV’s, tablets and so on. So we’ve decided to highlight a few money saving tips on home entertainment. ... read more...
One Advice Group wins DRF-DEMSA award
(30th September, 2015) The One Advice Group has won the DRF and DEMSA ‘Investing in the Community Award’ at the 2015 Annual Awards Dinner. ... read more...
Money Saving Tips for...Christmas
(21st September, 2015) You might be thinking it’s too early to be talking about Christmas. But from September onwards it’s worth remembering that you only have three paydays remaining (six if you’re paid every two weeks). So with this in mind here are some tips on saving money and getting ready for ... read more...
Plastic bags to cost 5p from October 5th
(18th September, 2015) Shoppers in England will need to pay a minimum of 5p for a plastic carrier bag from October this year. ... read more...
Household debt problems up 28% from 2012
(8th September, 2015) The young, self-employed and low-income families have been hit the hardest by issues with problem debt since 2012. A report commissioned by trade union bodies the TUC and UNISON highlight that one in eight households were over-indebted, or heavily in debt, in 2014 compared to one in ten in 2012. ... read more...