London, UK (PRWEB) April 03, 2015
IVA-Advice.co, a website that offers helpful advice and information about the Individual Voluntary Arrangement, or IVA debt solution, has just launched their completely redesigned website. For people who are wondering “does an IVA affect a credit rating?” and have other questions about this type of program and/or are looking for debt help or debt advice, IVA Advice is a one-stop information shop.
In addition to having a much more user-friendly setup, the Debt Advice site now works even better on both mobile phones and tablets. This means that people throughout the UK can get the help and advice about an IVA from any location.
To help ensure that people are getting the most current and correct information possible about the IVA (individual voluntary arrangement) debt solution, the founders of IVA Advice regularly post new content to their site. For example, in order to see if they qualify for an IVA, visitors to the site can answer a few short questions on an online calculator; this handy tool will let them know right away if they will qualify for this type of debt solution.
The founders of IVA-Advice.co truly understand how stressful it is to be deep in debt. Because they also realize that not everybody is familiar with an IVA and how it works, they have devoted a portion of the website to explaining what this type of debt solution is, as well as its pros and cons.
“It’s very simple. All you do is make one affordable monthly payment to a qualified legal professional, who in turn distributes the payments according to the amounts previously agreed by your creditors in an IVA proposal,” a company spokesperson said, adding that people repeat this every month, for 60 months, and at the end of the term any debt balances they still owe are written off.
“You don’t have to deal with nasty creditors any more, and all the hard work is done for you.”
IVA-Advice.co provides help and advice on the IVA Debt Solution and helps thousands of people per year get back on their feet with their finances. For more information, please visit http://www.iva-advice.co/