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IVA’s sometimes seem too good to be true. The fact of the matter is that it can be extremely worth it for some people and not worth it at all for others. Have a read of these articles to find out if an IVA is worth it for you.
Once you’ve weighed all the benefits and risks of an IVA and come to the conclusion that it’s suitable for you, you’ll need to start the process of applying for it. Here’s how…
Been thinking about using an IVA or just a way to get out of debt? You might find answers, support and community guidance on an IVA forum.
During the period in which your IVA is ongoing, you will not be allowed to take out a loan larger than £500. This includes all kinds of loans. Have a read of these articles for more information.
When your IVA is rejected, the most important thing you can do is assess the situation with a calm and collected mind. It will help you determine why exactly your IVA was rejected and in light of that, you can take steps to amend whatever you did wrong.
Chances of you being able to secure a mortgage during your IVA are fairly slim and can also be impacted after your IVA has been settled. There are definitely some things to consider if you already have an IVA.
Reaching the end of your IVA is no easy feat and if you’re at this point, you should definitely give yourself a congratulatory pat on the back. However, there are some things you should be aware of that can ensure you don’t run into any problems at the end of your IVA.
Can I apply for credit after having an IVA? Yes! What Kind of Credit Can You Avail after an IVA? Have a look at our articles for more information.
Which IVA company you should opt for? We’ve got the information covered to help you out.
It is possible to repay your IVA off early. But how? Well, we’ll tell you…
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Maybe these articles can help.