Recently Added Videos A Debt Consolidation Loan can be an effective way to pay off high interest credit card debt and provide debt relief through lower interest rates. For the millions of Americans who struggle with high debt levels, this can offer a solution where the creditor gets paid in full and you are able to reduce the monthly expenses.

Some debt consolidation loans require a form of security which means you must have equity in your home and transfer the debt to a home equity loan. This can result in a longer payoff period. It also results in moving unsecured debt to a secured debt which has its own set of risks.

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One way to get ahead of debt is to borrow in the form of a debt consolidation loan. But before you go down this road, there’s something you need to do first.

Choosing The Best Credit Counselling Company – Working With BSCC – Avineet Kalsey – Recent interview series, Part 17, where Avineet Kalsey gives tips on how to choose the best company when you are evaluating whether to do business with them.

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Debt Review is a process in terms of the National Credit Act for over indebted consumers. The purpose of the act is to protect the over indebted consumer against Credit providers.

The first step in the process is to get the help from a debt counsellor and we do recommend that you do work with a company that has a NCR number and thus is registered with the NCR.


Skuldberading is basies die afrikaanse terme vir”debt review” of “debt counselling” en ons gaan onder net n oorsig gee en voel asb vry om ons te kontak met enige vrae of vir meer inligting. Ons afrikaans sprekende konsultante sal met graagte help.

Skuldberading is die proses in terme van die Nasionale Krediet Reguleerder (NKR) vir verbruikers wat in die skuld is. Die rede vir die proses is vir beskerming van die verbruikers, teen krediet verskaffers.

Farmers who are down on their financial luck will be able to go to mediation before being forced into receivership by banks.
A Farm Debt Mediation Bill will soon be introduced into Parliament which will require creditors to offer mediation to farmers who default on payments before they take any enforcement action.
The bill arises out of concern there is a lot of debt in the primary sector. Last year agriculture debt stood at $62 billion, with dairy $41.5b, sheep and beef $14.1b and “other” including horticulture $6.3b. Four years ago dairy farmer debt was $34b.
In announcing on Monday that the bill had been given the go-ahead by Cabinet, Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor said farm debt had ballooned out by 270 per cent compared with 20 years ago.
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“Farmers are especially vulnerable to business down-turns as a result of conditions that are often outside their control, like weather, market price volatility, pests and diseases like Mycoplasma bovis.”
The estimated cost to set-up the scheme is $350,000, and the estimated annual cost for administering the scheme is $250,000 to $300,000. This will be met from the existing MPI baseline.
It is expected each case of mediation will cost about $6000. This will be split between the lender and the farmer.
Federated Farmers and the Bankers Association both back the bill. Neither could provide statistics for the numbers of farmers who go into receivership every year.
A similar private member’s bill in the name of NZ First primary spokesman Mark Patterson was introduced last year but was withdrawn at select committee stage because it was considered unworkable.
O’Connor said the bill was “pragmatic”.
“The guts of it is early intervention – where either the farmer or the bank have an ability to go and seek mediation, which is a far better option than forced foreclosure,” he said.
The genesis of the bill goes back to the 1990s when NZ First had attempted to introduce a similar measure. O’Connor said Patterson’s bill had been reworked as a Coalition Government piece of legislation.
One of the reasons why the bill failed to advance last year was the mechanism proposed came too late in the process, by which time a farmer was already under water.
Last year the Reserve Bank warned that while financial stress in the dairy sector was falling, a small number of farmers were struggling to pay down debt.
The numbers of farmers who were at least 90 days overdue with their loans was 2 per cent out of 8059 owner-operators and 3911 sharemilkers.
That figure was an improvement on the worst period for non-performing loans in 2011, when it had risen to 4.7 per cent.
Two years ago 12.7 per cent of dairy farms were “potentially stressed” but that has dropped to 8.6 per cent.
Real Estate Institute spokesman Brian Peacocke said it was difficult to gather accurate statistic

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