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Debt Consolidation

Debt consolidation is where you consolidate – or combine – a number of individual debts into a single debt. Instead of having lots of little debts; such as store cards, credit cards, short-term loans and overdrafts, debt consolidation wraps all of those smaller debts into one bigger loan.

Read our handy guide on all the ins and outs of debt consolidation. If you have any questions about debt consolidation, ask our expert


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The guide below helps to explain debt consolidation. If you still have questions after reading the guide, ask our debt expert or you can also visit our FAQ page.

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