Category: Debt

Credit and death: what happens to my debts?

Although we are reluctant to be reminded of our death, of course, it is a reality that should sometimes be considered in connection with financial projects. What happens to my unpaid loan in the event of death? Can relatives be prevented from inheriting the borrower’s debts? We have formulated the answers for you.   Credit […]

March 1, 2020

Debt debt restructuring, what is it?

The alternative to rescheduling is often only repayment of the old loan or, in the case of over-indebtedness, out-of-court settlement with creditors or bankruptcy proceedings. The end of the first fixed interest period is reached after ten to fifteen years – but the loan is usually not repaid at this time. Debt restructuring What is […]

February 20, 2020

Debt rescheduling | Get rid of old loans now and save money

Simply switch from expensive to cheap. With a debt rescheduling loan, you can replace old loans, reduce costs and thus save money. A debt rescheduling loan is particularly worthwhile: for old loans with a long term if you have multiple current loans for loans with high interest rates (eg overdrafts, credit cards) New conditions enable […]

February 11, 2020

Education Debts – Personal loan

Our country is going through a complicated situation in different areas, but it highlights the issue of education. The lack of enrollment, the poor use of the budget and the lack of updating of school programs, oril people to believe less in public schools and look for other options such as in the private sector […]

December 17, 2019