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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.

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(28th July, 2015) The Bank of England have potentially earmarked January 2016 when interest rates could be set to rise. The current rate of 0.5% has been in effect since March 2009, meaning the standard variable rate (SVR) for most mortgage providers is around the ... read more...

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(17th July, 2015) The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has today announced that Martin Wheatley is to stand down as Chief Executive with effect from September 2015. Mr Wheatley will continue to act as an adviser to the FCA Board until January 2016 with a particular emphasis on the implementation ... read more...