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Note: The results from this calculator should be used as an indication only. Results do not represent either quotes or pre-qualifications for a loan. It is advised that you consult your financial adviser before taking out a loan.

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This calculator is provided by Infochoice.

The results shown in this calculator are estimates only and are not guaranteed by AMP Bank. They are based on the accuracy of the data entered into the calculator.

Other than as required by consumer protection law, under no circumstances will AMP Bank and its related bodies corporate be liable for any loss and/or damage caused by a user’s reliance on information obtained by using this calculator.

AMP Bank and its related bodies corporate specifically disclaim any liability (whether based in contract, tort, strict liability or otherwise) for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or special loss and/or damages arising out of or in any way connected with the access to or use of this calculator.

Any change to the factors used in the calculation would vary the results.

The calculator and the results provided are generic and do not take into account your personal circumstances. The calculator is a guide only and is not intended to be relied upon for the purposes of making a decision in relation to a credit or financial product. The user should obtain professional financial advice before making any financial decision.

Any advice given is general advice only and has been prepared without taking account of your objectives, financial situation or needs. Given this, before acting on the advice, you should consider the appropriateness of the advice having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs before acting on it. Consider the applicable Terms and Conditions before deciding whether to acquire or continue to hold an AMP Bank product.

The calculator is not an offer for a loan. To apply for an AMP Bank home loan, you must complete an application form and submit it together with all required documentation for assessment. Formal loan approval is subject to AMP Bank lending criteria. All information entered into the calculator will require verification as part of our application process.

When taking out an AMP Bank loan, certain fees and charges are payable by the borrower. These include but are not limited to Government stamp duty and registration costs, AMP Bank’s Establishment Fee, Lender’s Mortgage Insurance and other fees and charges.

Fees and charges are payable. Terms and Conditions apply to AMP Bank products and are available upon request.

The credit provider and product issuer is AMP Bank Limited ABN 15 081 596 009, Australian credit licence 234517, AFSL 234517.


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Calculate what your repayments could be

Knowing how much you can afford to borrow can be difficult to calculate – so we’ve tried to help you out with our loans calculator. Simply put in the amount you may want to borrow and the calculator will work out your estimated repayments over several timescales.

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20.9% APR representative on loans from £1,000 – £2,999

23 monthly repayments of £50.48

and a final payment of £50.29

All loans subject to status. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown. Maximum APR offered is 29.9%.

16.9% APR representative on loans from £3,000 – £4,999

35 monthly repayments of £105.06

and a final payment of £104.78

All loans subject to status. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown. Maximum APR offered is 29.9%.

3.3% APR representative on loans from £5,000 – £7,499

35 monthly repayments of £145.97

and a final payment of £145.61

All loans subject to status. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown. Maximum APR offered is 29.9%.

2.9% APR representative on loans from £7,500 – £15,000

47 monthly repayments of £275.92

and a final payment of £275.83

All loans subject to status. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown. Maximum APR offered is 29.9%.

2.9% APR representative on loans from £15,001 – £25,000

47 monthly repayments of £441.47

and a final payment of £441.43

All loans subject to status. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown. Maximum APR offered is 29.9%.

6.9% APR representative on loans from £25,001 – £35,000

59 monthly repayments of £589.68

and a final payment of £589.16

All loans subject to status. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown. Maximum APR offered is 12.9%.

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All loans are subject to status. The interest rate offered will vary depending on our assessment of your financial circumstances and your chosen loan amount. The rate offered may differ from the Representative APR shown.

* Loans may be granted over terms of 6 or 7 years if the loan amount is £7,500 or more and, if the purpose of the loan is to repay existing lending with us, the additional amount borrowed must be of greater value than the existing lending that is to be repaid.

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To get started, enter either your My Portfolio or BankNet username and password.

We’ve combined My Portfolio and BankNet. My AMP is your new secure site to access and manage all your AMP accounts.

Personal

Business

Shareholders

Want to be debt free?

Important information

Note: The results from this calculator should be used as an indication only. Results do not represent either quotes or pre-qualifications for a loan. It is advised that you consult your financial adviser before taking out a loan.

Disclaimer

This calculator is provided by Infochoice.

The results shown in this calculator are estimates only and are not guaranteed by AMP Bank. They are based on the accuracy of the data entered into the calculator.

Other than as required by consumer protection law, under no circumstances will AMP Bank and its related bodies corporate be liable for any loss and/or damage caused by a user’s reliance on information obtained by using this calculator.

AMP Bank and its related bodies corporate specifically disclaim any liability (whether based in contract, tort, strict liability or otherwise) for any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential or special loss and/or damages arising out of or in any way connected with the access to or use of this calculator.

Any change to the factors used in the calculation would vary the results.

The calculator and the results provided are generic and do not take into account your personal circumstances. The calculator is a guide only and is not intended to be relied upon for the purposes of making a decision in relation to a credit or financial product. The user should obtain professional financial advice before making any financial decision.

Any advice given is general advice only and has been prepared without taking account of your objectives, financial situation or needs. Given this, before acting on the advice, you should consider the appropriateness of the advice having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs before acting on it. Consider the applicable Terms and Conditions before deciding whether to acquire or continue to hold an AMP Bank product.

The calculator is not an offer for a loan. To apply for an AMP Bank home loan, you must complete an application form and submit it together with all required documentation for assessment. Formal loan approval is subject to AMP Bank lending criteria. All information entered into the calculator will require verification as part of our application process.

When taking out an AMP Bank loan, certain fees and charges are payable by the borrower. These include but are not limited to Government stamp duty and registration costs, AMP Bank’s Establishment Fee, Lender’s Mortgage Insurance and other fees and charges.

Fees and charges are payable. Terms and Conditions apply to AMP Bank products and are available upon request.

The credit provider and product issuer is AMP Bank Limited ABN 15 081 596 009, Australian credit licence 234517, AFSL 234517.


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Repayments calculator

The home loan repayment calculator can help you work out how much your fortnightly or monthly repayments will be based on how much you plan to borrow.

The best way to work out a budget is to set your repayments to the same intervals in which you are paid whether that is fortnightly or monthly. Remember that the repayment amounts are the minimum owed and if you want to pay off your loan faster, you should factor extra repayments into your budget. Use the extra home loan repayment calculator to see how much you could save on interest.

Ready to talk to a home loan specialist?

Explore our Expertise section for helpful guides on choosing the right home loan, buying your first home, managing your existing loan and other information on property buying.

The loan repayments calculator shows you how much your minimum monthly repayments will be, based on variables such as:

  • the amount of money borrowed from the bank
  • home loan interest rates
  • the type of loan – variable interest, fixed interest or a combination of the two
  • interest only repayments or principal and interest repayments
  • the term of the loan in years
  • the frequency of repayments – fortnightly or monthly.

You can refer to the calculations when discussing your property purchase with your spouse/partner, bank, accountant, family members and legal adviser.

The information contained in this calculator is by way of example only and should not be regarded as a prediction. They are not forecasts or projections but are intended to allow you to make your own projections. The calculator is not intended to be a substitute for professional financial advice.

Except for Macquarie Bank Limited ABN 46 008 583 542 AFSL and Australian Credit Licence 237502 (MBL), any Macquarie entity referred to on this page is not an authorised deposit-taking institution for the purposes of the Banking Act 1959 (Cth). That entity s obligations do not represent deposits or other liabilities of MBL. MBL does not guarantee or otherwise provide assurance in respect of the obligations of that entity, unless noted otherwise.


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The Australian Government has announced a range of reforms to improve the higher education sector. These reforms will deliver a more sustainable sector, more choices for students and increase transparency and accountability in higher education.

For more information about how these changes might affect you, click here.

For more detail about the reform measures, visit the Department of Education and Training Higher Education Reforms webpage (opens in a new tab).

How much do I owe?

You can now view your HELP debt, confirm your payment reference number (PRN) and view payment options online via the myGov website. To access this online services for individuals, you need to create a myGov account linked to the ATO (opens in a new window).

Alternatively, you can contact the ATO on 13 28 61 to find out the balance of your HELP debt. Be sure to have your tax file number (TFN) handy when you call. The ATO will ask you for it for security purposes before they disclose any personal information to you.

When do I have to repay my HELP debt?

You have to start repaying your HELP debt through the taxation system once your repayment income is above the compulsory repayment threshold, even if you are still studying. The compulsory repayment threshold is adjusted each year. The compulsory repayment threshold for the 2015-2016 income year is $54,126 and the compulsory repayment threshold for the 2016-2017 income year is $54,869.

Repayment income is calculated from the amounts given on your income tax return for:

  • your taxable income;
  • reportable fringe benefits (reported on your payment summary);
  • total net investment loss (which includes net rental loss);
  • reportable super contributions; and
  • exempt foreign employment income amounts.

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How much will my repayments be?

The amount you repay each year is a percentage of your income. The percentage increases as your income increases, so the more you earn, the higher your repayment will be. The ATO will calculate your compulsory repayment for the year and include it on your income tax notice of assessment.

Will I be charged interest?

Can I pay off my debt sooner?

Yes. You can make a voluntary repayment to the ATO at any time and for any amount. Voluntary repayments are in addition to the compulsory repayments made through your tax return.

You can find more information on voluntary repayments here.

Note: The 5% voluntary repayment bonus ceased on 1 January 2017.

How do I make a voluntary repayment?

You can make a voluntary repayment by BPAY or direct credit, credit card or by posting a cheque to the ATO. To make a voluntary repayment you will need your PRN. You can contact the ATO on 13 28 61 for further information on how to make your voluntary payment or visit ATO voluntary repayments.

The HELP voluntary repayment bonus was removed on 1 January 2017.

  • checking your PRN from previous ATO notices or payment slips,
  • asking your tax agent
  • phoning 1800 815 886, 8.00am–6.00pm, Monday to Friday, or
  • emailing your request to:[email protected]

You will have different PRNs for different types of tax, for example income tax and HELP debt. Make sure you use your HELP PRN to make a voluntary repayment on your HELP debt.

Once you have your PRN, and have selected your payment option, check out the ATO How to pay webpage ATO how to pay.(opens in a new window)

You can contact the ATO on 13 28 61 for further information on how to make your voluntary payment or visit ATO voluntary repayments ATO voluntary repayment webpage.

What happens if I can’t afford the repayments?

If you believe that making your compulsory repayment would cause you serious financial hardship or there are other reasons why you should not have to make a compulsory repayment, you can apply to the ATO to defer your repayment. You will need to complete the Deferring your compulsory HELP, HECS or Financial Supplement repayment form, which is available on the ATO website (opens in a new window). The form asks for a detailed statement of your household income and expenditure to justify your claim of serious hardship.

The ATO will write to say whether your application is successful. If you are unhappy with the decision, you may apply to have it reviewed within 28 days of receiving the notice. If, after the review, you still believe the ATO has made the wrong decision, you may then apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) for a review. You need to lodge your application with the AAT within 28 days of the day you receive the outcome of the ATO’s review.

For more information on applying to defer a compulsory repayment, contact the ATO.

What happens if I go bankrupt?

Accumulated HELP debts are not provable under the Bankruptcy Act 1966. This means you will have to pay it as if you had not been declared bankrupt.

Can I get my HELP debt remitted?

Please see Re-crediting a HELP debt for information about having your HELP debt remitted (cancelled).

What happens to my HELP debt if I die?

A trustee or executor needs to lodge all outstanding tax returns on behalf of a deceased person, up to the date of the person’s death. A deceased person’s estate is only liable to repay any compulsory HELP repayment amounts that relate to their income in the period before the person’s death. Any remaining HELP debt is cancelled upon the person’s death.

Neither the deceased person’s family nor the trustee is required to pay the rest of the accumulated HELP debt.

Need more information?

Contact the ATO on 13 28 61 or visit the ATO website (opens in a new window). The ATO will ask you for your tax file number before they disclose any personal information to you. International callers should phone +61 2 6216 1111 and ask for the HELA Unit or fax +61 2 6216 7771.


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StudyAssist

Information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study.

Skip Navigation

In this section

Loan Repayment

On this page:

The Australian Government has announced a range of reforms to improve the higher education sector. These reforms will deliver a more sustainable sector, more choices for students and increase transparency and accountability in higher education.

For more information about how these changes might affect you, click here.

For more detail about the reform measures, visit the Department of Education and Training Higher Education Reforms webpage (opens in a new tab).

How much do I owe?

You can now view your HELP debt, confirm your payment reference number (PRN) and view payment options online via the myGov website. To access this online services for individuals, you need to create a myGov account linked to the ATO (opens in a new window).

Alternatively, you can contact the ATO on 13 28 61 to find out the balance of your HELP debt. Be sure to have your tax file number (TFN) handy when you call. The ATO will ask you for it for security purposes before they disclose any personal information to you.

When do I have to repay my HELP debt?

You have to start repaying your HELP debt through the taxation system once your repayment income is above the compulsory repayment threshold, even if you are still studying. The compulsory repayment threshold is adjusted each year. The compulsory repayment threshold for the 2015-2016 income year is $54,126 and the compulsory repayment threshold for the 2016-2017 income year is $54,869.

Repayment income is calculated from the amounts given on your income tax return for:

  • your taxable income;
  • reportable fringe benefits (reported on your payment summary);
  • total net investment loss (which includes net rental loss);
  • reportable super contributions; and
  • exempt foreign employment income amounts.

Return to top

How much will my repayments be?

The amount you repay each year is a percentage of your income. The percentage increases as your income increases, so the more you earn, the higher your repayment will be. The ATO will calculate your compulsory repayment for the year and include it on your income tax notice of assessment.

Will I be charged interest?

Can I pay off my debt sooner?

Yes. You can make a voluntary repayment to the ATO at any time and for any amount. Voluntary repayments are in addition to the compulsory repayments made through your tax return.

You can find more information on voluntary repayments here.

Note: The 5% voluntary repayment bonus ceased on 1 January 2017.

How do I make a voluntary repayment?

You can make a voluntary repayment by BPAY or direct credit, credit card or by posting a cheque to the ATO. To make a voluntary repayment you will need your PRN. You can contact the ATO on 13 28 61 for further information on how to make your voluntary payment or visit ATO voluntary repayments.

The HELP voluntary repayment bonus was removed on 1 January 2017.

  • checking your PRN from previous ATO notices or payment slips,
  • asking your tax agent
  • phoning 1800 815 886, 8.00am–6.00pm, Monday to Friday, or
  • emailing your request to:[email protected]

You will have different PRNs for different types of tax, for example income tax and HELP debt. Make sure you use your HELP PRN to make a voluntary repayment on your HELP debt.

Once you have your PRN, and have selected your payment option, check out the ATO How to pay webpage ATO how to pay.(opens in a new window)

You can contact the ATO on 13 28 61 for further information on how to make your voluntary payment or visit ATO voluntary repayments ATO voluntary repayment webpage.

What happens if I can’t afford the repayments?

If you believe that making your compulsory repayment would cause you serious financial hardship or there are other reasons why you should not have to make a compulsory repayment, you can apply to the ATO to defer your repayment. You will need to complete the Deferring your compulsory HELP, HECS or Financial Supplement repayment form, which is available on the ATO website (opens in a new window). The form asks for a detailed statement of your household income and expenditure to justify your claim of serious hardship.

The ATO will write to say whether your application is successful. If you are unhappy with the decision, you may apply to have it reviewed within 28 days of receiving the notice. If, after the review, you still believe the ATO has made the wrong decision, you may then apply to the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) for a review. You need to lodge your application with the AAT within 28 days of the day you receive the outcome of the ATO’s review.

For more information on applying to defer a compulsory repayment, contact the ATO.

What happens if I go bankrupt?

Accumulated HELP debts are not provable under the Bankruptcy Act 1966. This means you will have to pay it as if you had not been declared bankrupt.

Can I get my HELP debt remitted?

Please see Re-crediting a HELP debt for information about having your HELP debt remitted (cancelled).

What happens to my HELP debt if I die?

A trustee or executor needs to lodge all outstanding tax returns on behalf of a deceased person, up to the date of the person’s death. A deceased person’s estate is only liable to repay any compulsory HELP repayment amounts that relate to their income in the period before the person’s death. Any remaining HELP debt is cancelled upon the person’s death.

Neither the deceased person’s family nor the trustee is required to pay the rest of the accumulated HELP debt.

Need more information?

Contact the ATO on 13 28 61 or visit the ATO website (opens in a new window). The ATO will ask you for your tax file number before they disclose any personal information to you. International callers should phone +61 2 6216 1111 and ask for the HELA Unit or fax +61 2 6216 7771.


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Calculate your home loan repayments

The home loan repayments calculator provides estimated loan repayments on a monthly, fortnightly or weekly basis.

You can adjust the variables within the calculator. For example, by changing the interest rate you can see how this impacts your estimated repayments.

Interest only repayments only cover the interest on the principal borrowed, fees and any applicable government charges. You will not be paying off the principal of your loan. Principal and interest repayments which in addition to covering interest on the outstanding principal, fees and any applicable government charges include an amount which goes towards the repayment of principal. To see the difference between your interest only and principal and interest repayments, run two calculations and compare the results.^

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c. does not represent either a quote or pre-qualification for a loan;

d. may not be taken into account if you apply for a loan with us as we will make our own calculations. When assessing ability to service a loan, St.George may use an interest rate that is higher than the current interest rate for the loan requested.

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Whether you re looking at personal loans to pay for a holiday or dream wedding, or to consolidate debts and manage your finances, it s important to get an understanding of the costs and benefits involved before making any decisions. By working out the details of a personal loan in advance, you can not only estimate how much you ll need to pay from month to month, but how much value you ll enjoy as a result.

RateCity s Personal Loan Calculator can not only help you to estimate the repayment costs for different personal loan options, but also help you find personal loans that match your preferred criteria and suit your financial needs.

How to use the Personal Loan Calculator

To estimate the approximate costs of a personal loan, simply use the sliders or enter the following details:

Loan Amount up to $100,000

How much money are you hoping to borrow with your personal loan? The more you borrow, the more you ll need to pay back per month, unless you opt for a longer loan term.

It s also worth keeping in mind that not every lender will be able to provide a personal loan for the amount you specify. Different lenders have different personal loan minimums and maximums in their lending criteria, so your choice of personal loan options could be more limited if you re planning to borrow an especially large or small amount of money.

Loan Term from 1 to 15 years

How long would you like to take to pay back your personal loan plus interest? A longer loan term means a higher number of repayments, each one for a smaller percentage of your loan s principal. While this can help to keep your monthly repayments more affordable, a longer loan term also means ultimately paying more interest in total over the lifetime of the loan.

On the other hand, if you shorten the term of your personal loan, you ll ultimately pay less total interest, though you ll pay a greater percentage of your personal loan s principal with each repayment, which can prove less affordable from month to month.

Interest rate from 5 per cent to 20 per cent

Everyone wants a personal loan with a low interest rate, but it s worth keeping in mind that low-interest loans are more likely to have more specific lending criteria for you to fulfil. The lower the level of risk you represent to a lender, based on your income, credit rating, and other factors, the lower the interest rate you ll likely be able to enjoy.

Personal Loan Calculator Results

Once you ve entered your personal loan s basic details, our calculator will display the following results:

This information can help you determine the relative value of different personal loans, and show the effects of adjustments to different loan options.

For example, according to our calculator, a $10,000 personal loan that s paid back over 3 years at a 9 per cent interest rate will have monthly repayments of $318, ultimately totalling $11,448 including the interest. Out of the 36 monthly repayments, approximately 4 and a half of these will effectively go towards paying off the $1448 of interest.

By extending this loan s term to 15 years, the monthly repayments will drop to $101, saving you $217 per month. However, the total amount you ll need to pay back will jump to $18,256 an increase of $6808 from the 3-year loan. It will take nearly 82 out of this loan s 180 repayments just to cover the $8256 of interest that s almost 7 years of a 15-year term.

Personal loan recommendations

Once you re entered your preferred personal loan terms into our calculator, and are satisfied with the affordability and value of the estimated monthly repayment and total interest figures, it s time to start searching for a personal loan with similar terms.

Our Personal Loan Calculator will compare the loan criteria you ve entered to the personal loan information currently available on RateCity, and prepare a table of personal loan offers that most closely fit your preferences. Even if these personal loans don t exactly match what you ve entered, you can still estimate the value for money they offer by using our calculator as a benchmark.

As well as the name of each lender and personal loan offer, the table will provide each loan s advertised interest rate, and whether it s fixed or variable. Fixed rate personal loans keep your budgeting simple, as the interest rate stays the same for the full term of the loan, so you ll always make the same repayment each month. Variable rate personal loans may have their interest rates raised or lowered by the lender, so while you could end up paying less interest from month to month if rates are cut, you could also end up paying higher monthly repayments if rates rise.

You ll also be shown each personal loan s basic fees, such as upfront and ongoing fees, as well as the borrowing minimums and maximums.

You ll also be shown each loan s Comparison Rate, which combines the loan s advertised interest rate with its standard fees and charges. Because personal loans with lower interest rates but higher fees and charges could ultimately turn out to be more expensive than higher-interest offers with lower fees, comparison rates offer a fast and simple way to compare the approximate total cost of different personal loans.

Keep in mind that while a personal loan s Comparison Rate can provide a general indication of how much it could end up costing you, you ll likely still want to do a bit more research to determine its value to you. Some personal loans come with useful, flexible and value-adding features, while others have nonstandard costs that aren t included as part of the comparison rate.

To learn more about any of the suggested personal loans, you can click More Information for further details, such as what purposes the loan can be used for, whether you ll need to provide a security deposit, and whether any other features are available with the personal loan.

If more than one personal loan catches your eye, you can select up to five of them and compare their details side by side, to help you make a more informed decision. Alternatively, you can select just the one personal loan and compare it to similar offers from Australia s big four banks, to see how it stacks up in comparison to the wider market.

More about personal loans

Whenever you re making a major financial decision, it s usually worth consulting with a financial adviser who can take your unique circumstances into account.

To learn more about personal loans, how they can be used, and what you can do to maximise the value they offer, read RateCity s Personal Loans Guide.

To stay up to date with all the latest current events in the world of personal loans and similar finances, keep an eye on Personal Loan News.

And if you want to see what other personal loans options are available, you can always compare personal loans at RateCity.


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People use credit for a whole host of different reasons, from buying cars to making other large purchases. What many of us fail to realise from the start, however, is that getting out of debt is far more difficult and time-consuming than getting into debt. As a result, when you end up borrowing more than you can repay, or when interest rates and fees are added to your woes, it’s time to stop and consider your options.

Debt consolidation allows you to combine all your loans into one. Essentially, it can give you a way to reduce your interest rates and fees, thereby giving you a way to get yourself out of debt. If you choose to consolidate your debt, you’ll have one loan repayment to worry about rather than several. A debt consolidation loan can help you benefit from reduced interest and fees, but it’s important to also consider refinancing costs and early payout fees from your existing loans to see if the cost of consolidating is more than the money you’ll save.

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It can be so easy getting into debt. Yet it can be so difficult to get yourself out of debt! If this is the case, then debt consolidation could be just what you need.

Are you:

  • not keeping up with the bills?
  • hassled by creditors?
  • been contacted by a debt collector?
  • jumpy when the phone rings?
  • thinking about bankruptcy?
  • concerned about your house or car?

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In your situation there are a couple of different ways forward. You could look at either a Debt Agreement or go for Debt Consolidation.

A Debt Agreement involves negotiating with the people that you owe money to. These negotiations lead to an agreement which then becomes legally binding. This agreement can involve a number of measures including periodic payments, paying less than you owe, a moratorium, a transfer of property in full or part payment.

Debt consolidation entails the taking out of a single loan to pay off many other loans. This is often done to secure a lower interest rate, or for the convenience of servicing only one loan rather than many.

Debt consolidation can simply be in the form of a number of unsecured loans being consolidated into another unsecured loan. In many cases, however, debt consolidation consists of a loan secured with an asset (usually a house or apartment) which serves as collateral. This type of consolidation allows all debts to be rolled into your mortgage, with the collateralisation allowing the lender to offer a more favourable interest rate.

The following are some examples of debt consolidation and how debt consolidation loans can be beneficial for people who are struggling with debt stress:

Example 1: Secured Loan