Self Employed In An Trust Deeds
Self employed in an trust deeds? Applying for a trust deed means you would need around £150-£200 left from your monthly income to be able to make repayments to your creditors. While most FAQs say that you need employment to apply for such an agreement, if you are self-employed, the only thing that you need […]
Protected Trust Deed Gives Debtor Benefits and Responsibilities
Individuals, for a variety of reasons, sometimes find themselves in financial difficulties. Many of us experience periods of time when we have levels of debt we are not comfortable carrying. When your debts become unmanageable, however, and you find yourself in the position of needing to borrow more money (creating more debt) just to keep […]
How Does A Trust Deed Affect Your Assets?
A Scottish deed can help you get out of crippling debt that you may be unable to clear. However, only people who live in Scotland and have unsecured individual debts of at least £5,000 or joint debts of at least £10,000 can set up and use Scottish deeds. Here is some more information about Scottish […]
Scottish Trust Deed: Effects on Employment
A Scottish deed enables a debtor to focus on work without necessarily having to worry about his/her creditors. This form of debt relief allows the debtor to pay off a convenient portion of his/her debts at regular intervals for a specified period. At the end of the said period, all unpaid debts will become null. […]