IVA Debt - Which Debts Can Be Included in an IVA?
IVA Debt - Which Debts Can be Included in an IVA?
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What Debts Can Be Included in an IVA?
Many kinds of debts can be included in an IVA. It is important to realise that this is not limited to borrowings to finance companies but can also include HMRC debts, Council Tax debts and even debts to friends or family. It is, however limited to unsecured debts, so any debt secured against a property or vehicle, for example, would not be allowed to be included. Below is a list of debts that can be included in your IVA.
The following debts can be included:
Debts relating to overpayments of benefits or tax credits
Debts to friends or family
The following debts cannot be included:
TV licence Debt
Child Support Arrears
IVA Guides and Information
An IVA can be a great, positive way to help with your debt. Allowing you to continue living your life without the stress of being chased by your creditors. Click to find out more about what an IVA is.
Whether an IVA (Individual Voluntary Arrangement) is right for you or not will largely depend on your personal situation e.g. debt level, number of creditors, affordability etc. Click to find out more.
An Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) is a debt solution where you agree with your creditors to pay all or part of your debts. When it is completed, any remaining debts are written off. Take a look at our article to find out more.
Many kinds of debts can be included in an IVA. IVAs are limited to unsecured debts but by solving your unsecured debt problems, you may find paying any secured debt much easier.
Applying for an IVA (Indivudual Voluntary Arranagement) is a fairly straightforward process. Click the button below and a member of our team will contact you and guide you through the process.
As with many things in life, there are benefits and consequences we need to consider. Take a look at our Pros and Cons article to find out whether an IVA is right for you
Setting up an IVA does incur some costs; however, you will not be expected to pay anything up front at the beginning of the arrangement and there will be no surprise costs at the end of the arrangement.