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Types Of Debt Scotland | DAS Scotland

Types Of Debt In Scotland

Debt is often described in negative terms. But borrowing money, or ‘taking on debt’, isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Manageable debts, that you can comfortably pay back over an agreed period, are often necessary in order to take that next step in life.

It’s only when debt repayments become unmanageable or unaffordable that debt becomes a problem.

Find the Scottish Debt Solution For you

Do you qualify to reduce your debts?

Our Scottish Debt Solutions guide will give you all the starting information you need in order to make an informed initial decision.

However, should you want to pursue any Scottish Debt Solution, we recommend having a free, confidential chat with one of our DAS Scotland experienced advisors.

Debt Repayment Calculator

Total Estimated Debt
The estimated amount of debt that you estimate yourself to have. Don’t worry, this figure does not need to be an approx figure to begin with.
£5,000     £50,000
Amount You Can Afford To Pay Per Month
The amount that you can afford to repay each month. Our experts will run through your income and expenditure details with you.
10 £ p/m     500 £ p/m

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