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Why Are Women Soaring Up Scottish Trust Deed Numbers?

 

Rising unemployment is the main reason behind increasing debt problems and this is why figures related to debt management solutions such as Scottish trust deeds keeps on going up.

 

According to a recent survey that has been conducted by the Netmums website, which is basically a parenting website, it has been revealed that women are increasingly getting debt laden because they are trying to support their families during this particular era of financial turmoil with rife unemployment.

 

In the survey some 2,000 women participated and the results were very surprising. Slightly over 60% of the respondents argued that they did not have enough money to support their families through the end of the week, while also approximately 60% revealed that their income had significantly reduced over the last 12 months. Even though personal income has drastically gone down, living expenses have shot up very fast and this is where the problem comes from.

 

The same survey also revealed that approximately 20% of the women who were questioned said that they skipped certain meals in order to ensure that kids had enough food on the table. It is in such situation that people should seriously considering acquiring a Scottish trust deed. With such a product women who have accumulated debt, can re-structure their monthly repayments and use the extra money to stabilize their families’ finances.

 

A spokesperson for Trust Deed provider, TrustDeeds.net said “It is vital that families should have access to basic necessities such as food, clothing, and water with enough money to cater for emergencies. Emergency cash is required because, for instance if your vehicle broke down unexpectedly, or the boiler malfunctioned in the middle of winter season, such emergencies would be very difficult to sort out. But with a Scottish trust deed advisor it is possible for these emergencies to be catered for and you do not even have to worry about approaching the creditors, or even wonder where the next meal is going to come from.”

 

It is common to see financial situations deteriorate from bad to worse, therefore seeking the advices of Scottish trust deed consultants will ensure that you are completely in control of your finances. You should also understand it is not shameful to seek the services of Scottish trust deed advisors because at the end of the day close people such as your family members and friends are going to be the first ones to thank you.

Write Off Unaffordable Debts

Entering into Scottish Trust Deed will allow you to write off unaffordable unsecured debts leaving you a clean slate and a brighter future to look forward to. There are some debts that cannot be written off. Click here* for more information on the limitations.

Relief From Debt Pressure

Unlike an IVA which can lasts for a minimum of 60 months, the minimum time to complete a Scottish Trust Deed is 48 months (4 years) meaning you will be free from the pressures of debt quicker. Click here for more info on IVA's

Legislated Debt Solution

Trust Deeds are a legislated debt solution, which unlike debt management, means as long as you keep up the arranged repayment plan, you can return to a more stable financial position in life and start to plan for a brighter future.

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