Take Control of Your Debt With a Debt Management Plan
A debt management plan is a commonly used debt solution which involves a thorough analysis of a debtor’s monthly expenditure and income in order to determine how much they can afford to pay toward their total creditor debt each month. The plan can be devised by yourself or a collaboratively with a financial expert, who will go through your financial documents- both income related and expenditure based- and ascertain the maximum amount you can afford to pay toward your total creditor debt each month without drastically effecting your standard of living. The value of this calculated sum will then be forwarded as a modified repayment arrangement offer to your creditor (s), who will then decide whether they are happy to allow you to enter onto a new repayment schedule that will see you pay a single, reduced sum each month until that time that your financial situation recovers. During your proposal, you will have to produce documents that clearly illustrate your inability to adhere to your current repayment schedule, and other pieces of evidence that display that your income is unable to cope with the financial burden of your creditor debt at present.
Your creditor (s) will then assess the reduced payment offer, and if accepted then you will be moved onto the new payment schedule straight away, with interest and late charges usually frozen. If you opted to use the services of a finance specialist to devise and process your application, then they will collect your monthly payment each month and divide it up amongst your creditors, whilst simultaneously advising you about measures to avoid relapsing into debt again.
If you are interested in entering onto a debt management plan, would like specialist help forming one and making an offer to your creditors, or simply have an enquiry about the procedure, contact us today and we’ll be happy to address all questions that you may have.
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Clear up to 70% of your total unsecured debt off
Depending on your unique situation and the solution you end up using to address it, we may be able to write off up to 70%.
Single, affordable monthly repayment
A debt management plan involves yourself analysing your income and expenditure each month to ascertain how much disposable income you can contribute towards making a single, affordable payment to address all your creditor debt each month.
Commonly, if a debt management plan offer is accepted, then your creditors will stop applying late and interest charges on your account, though this is not always the case.