Will you borrow again after your Debt Management Plan?

Think borrowing is a normal part of managing your money nowadays? Or has dealing with debt difficulties put you off credit for good? Or maybe being in a Debt Management Plan has changed the way you approach borrowing, so you’d only take credit out again in certain circumstances?


We love it when we get to hear what you think about all things money and today we want to know what your thoughts are on borrowing again after your DMP is over. Just complete our short survey and tell us whether you’re planning on borrowing again after your DMP or not.

In next month’s issue of GP+, we’ll bring you the results and you can compare your answer to the rest of the GP community. As well as that, we’ll tell you what you need to know, if you’re thinking of borrowing again after your DMP finishes.

Take the survey and have your say.

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