Do we need a respect agenda in Scotland for how treat people experiencing financial difficulties. This a blog I wrote over 10 years ago and is more relevant today then it was then.
By Alan McIntosh Be scared, very scared, as Scotland’s Accountant in Bankruptcy seems hell bent, yet again, on trying to spread its tentacles and grow its empire as the de facto godfather of Scotland’s personal debt solutions. Fears are that after receiving a bruising defeat by the personal insolvency industry in relation to its attempts […]
First published in the May 2010 edition of Citizen Advice’s The Adviser Recent research carried out by the Scottish Association of Mental Health into the effects the credit crunch is having on people’s mental wellbeing found that those affected were eight times more likely to have sought help for the first time than those that had […]
First published in the January 2009 edition of SCOLAG Bankruptcy and Diligence Etc (Scotland) Act 2007 Although at the time of writing no draft regulations or precise dates are available, the next stage of implementation for the Bankruptcy and Diligence Etc (Scotland) Act 2007, appears to have been delayed and will be at the end […]
The Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS) is now approaching its fourth anniversary, but before it reaches that it will go through its second review, which is expected to run between July and December this year. The first review, which was implemented at the end of June 2007, allowed, inter alia, for the automatic waiving of interest […]