The evaluations of the Debtless Project’s Final Reports are being received by partners and our NL partner’s final comments hopefully say it all:
‘Excellent and relevant project with a report and website to match.’
Feedback from the UK included:
Overall we found your project to be very worthwhile and interesting. In particular it was good to see that that the project educated almost 600 participants around Europe on the financial matters and debt. It is also good to see that all the tangible outputs are of high quality and provide very useful information on the topic. It is very positive that all the project aims and objectives have been fully achieved …
The Debtless project officially concluded at the end of July 2013, but work has continued throughout September and will carry on into the future, utilising many of the project outcomes such as the guidebooks, the website and research findings. All of the partners have worked tirelessly over the last two years to make the project a real success and to help raise people’s level of Financial Awareness in our target groups – those who have fallen in the debt trap and those who are at risk of doing so.
Each partner has brought their own unique contribution to the project and we are confident that our collaborative work has helped to raise the profile of debt, not only in the seven countries represented, but more widely across Europe.
The latest Debt statistics published today (covering the latest reporting period to July 2013) – show that all three aspects of debt of greatest relevance to families has risen since last month.
To see the full report click here
£28,614 is equivalent to about €34,000 – a startling amount of money!
The artisan, who did his job, did not receive his money and nowadays he has a debt because of the money he did not receive – this is dismal summary of the story in this episode. This artisan has property, but it is also property of his ex-wife, so he can not sell it on his own. His debtor does not want to pay him debt in total and his creditor does not want to stop the execution. The financial adviser made the agreement, which is advantageous for all – the artisan will receive money from the debtor, not the whole sum owed, but he will receive a majority immediately and the creditor will receive all money if he stops the execution. However, there is a big problem – the creditor does not want to negotiate. Will the creditor change his mind?
Whatch this video in czech.
Slovene Consumers’ Association is gathering information on the interest rates for consumers’ loan for 3.000 EUR for 12 month and 7.000 EUR for 48 months. Last year difference between offer of one bank and other bank was 380 EUR, but this year difference is already 530 EUR.
Slovene Consumers’ Association is gathering information on the interest rates for housing loan for 80.000 EUR three times per a year. With choosing right offer the consumers can save up to 5.000 EUR. You can also see how much you would have to pay each month at the beginning. That will change when 6 month EURIBOR will be higher than at the signing the housing loan.
To find more information visit ZPS website: PLEASE CLICK HERE.
Slovene Consumers’ Association (known as ZPS in Slovenia) is an independent, non-profit, internationally recognised non-governmental organization, which has been protecting and representing consumer interests since 1990. Their mission is for consumers to be informed, to be aware of and familiar with their rights and also to assert them, as well as a consumer-friendly society which respects and protects consumer rights.
On their webpage you can found more information which will help you to obtain financial information and calculate your financial future, namely deposit and loans interest rates.
To find more information visit ZPS website: PLEASE CLICK HERE
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