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By now, the fact that there is a growing disparity between real wages and household income is something we are all too familiar with here in Scotland. It seems every week we are faced with new statistics stating things may get worse before they get better – whether you...

If you find yourself relying on your overdraft regularly, you are not alone, but it’s important to remember that it is a form of debt and you are being charged overdraft fees for the privilege of using it. Average interest rates increased from £2 per month in 2008 to £...

Council tax arrears are a priority debt and should be dealt with as quickly as possible to stop the matter escalating. The council is able to arrest your earnings and bank account, take you to court for payment and even force you to be sequestrated (made bankrupt) if y...

There are a range of debt solutions available to you but the first step is to try budgeting to reduce your debts and sort out your finances. There are simple tricks you can try to get the most from your income and minimise your monthly expenditure. It’s time to wipe th...

Austerity measures throughout the UK have caused financial difficulty for a number of groups as the government have cut grants to councils and support streams for individuals. As a result, millions of people are struggling to afford paying for their food, rent and hous...

I’ve been thinking back to not so long ago when we were heavily in debt, particularly about the things I know now that I wished I’d known back then.

In this post, I’ve listed 7 things I wish I’d known during the height of our debt. If you’re currently struggling with de...

Providing that you have met the obligations of your trust deed, you’ll be discharged at the end of the term stated in your proposal when you take out a trust deed with Debt Relief Scotland. The completion process shouldn’t take too long, and if you’ve been waiting more...

If you find yourself relying on your overdraft regularly, you are not alone but it’s important to remember that it is a form of debt and you are being charged overdraft fees for the privilege of using it. Average interest rates increased from £2 per month in 2008 to £1...

If you’ve never missed a payment you must have a perfect credit score

The fact you’ve never missed a payment is definitely better than if you have defaults, however, this isn’t how companies decide how big a risk you are. They will consider your current credit limits an...