Our top 5 debt management blogs from 2016! - Hamilton Price Hamilton Price

Our top 5 debt management blogs from 2016!


Debt help – Pay off priority debts first.

When you’re struggling with a mountain of debt, you need to identify and pay off the most important ones first. We call these priority debts. You may think that the most important debts are the most expensive, but that’s not the case. Priority debts refer to the debts which can result in serious action being taken against you if you don’t pay off what you owe. Here we will tell you more about priority debts and what you can do to get debt help.

Read More: LINK (www.hamiltonprice.co.uk/debt-help)

What does a bad credit rating mean?

Have you got a past of missed or delayed payments? Unarranged overdraft fees? County Court Judgements (CCJ’s)? Are you constantly struggling to get on top of your debt? If the answer is predominantly yes, you’ll most likely have a bad credit rating. We hear this statement all the time, but what does it actually mean?

Read More: LINK (www.hamiltonprice.co.uk/bad-credit-rating)

Helping children understand about money problems

As a parent, one of the hardest parts of being short on money is not being able to give your children everything they want. Children’s TV and magazines are full of adverts aimed at children, telling them they should be able to have it all, and children can be fiercely competitive with their friends over the latest toys or clothes. Finding a way to explain money worries in a way children can understand, without frightening them, can be extremely difficult.

Read More: LINK (http://www.hamiltonprice.co.uk/helping-children-understand-money-struggles

What to do if you’re struggling with rent arrears

As rent prices are rising, so are the amount of people falling behind with payments. Struggling with rent and being able to make your payments can be scary; landing yourself in debt or even worse – facing eviction. Here is our advice on what to do if you’re in a similar situation.

Read More: LINK (www.hamiltonprice.co.uk/stuggling-rent)

Bailiffs at my door, what can I do?

When people are living in debt, commonly the biggest fear they seem to have is answering the door to be greeted by bailiffs. The thought of having a bailiff break into your home to take property is a terrifying thought, yet unrealistic at the same time. They are not actually allowed to do this. They have to follow a specific procedure which actually includes pre-warning you about their plan to arrive at your home. So what are the bailiffs rights?

Read More: LINK (www.hamiltonprice.co.uk/bailiffs-rights)


Please Feel Free To Share Our Content | Hamilton Price | Money Advice Experts