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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Dealing with Debt At Christmas

Christmas has become an expensive time of the year for the average family in the UK and it’s all to easy to build up debt at Christmas. Those consumers who already have debt prior to Christmas will find it even harder to cope with the additional expense. The festive period will see a lot of consumers […]

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Young & Employment Greatest Risk of Poverty

A new report from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation has revealed young people and those in employment are at greatest risk of living in poverty. While the number of pensioners living in poverty has fallen to the lowest since record began, working-aged adults in poverty has almost reached a record high. Ten years ago pensioners made up 24% of […]

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Bankruptcy or Trust Deed Scotland

Should you enter a bankruptcy or Trust Deed? This is a question a lot of people in debt ask us at Debt Support Trust but it will depend on a number of factors. The Trust Deed in Scotland and Bankruptcy can be similar – they are both insolvency solutions – but they have key differences. […]

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