Share on:

Policy and Government

Increasing flexibility in the Scottish Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS)

calendar18 August 2017

Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB), who oversees the Scottish Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS), are considering three options to increase flexibility by changing how the Common Financial Tool (CFT) is used to calculate contributions in a Debt Payment Plan (DPP). Flexibility is hugely beneficial, but there are concerns about the sustainability of plans being impacted. We have responded to highlight flexibility increases sustainability, but that this should be done where circumstances necessitate it rather than lengthening plans as a matter of course. To read our full response click below.

Read the full document here

Latest news and blogs

Debt help in Scotland: Jimmy’s story

Jimmy from Scotland shares how CAP Job Clubs and Debt Help empowered him to transform his life
Blog | Thursday, 09 June 2022

A different Jubilee

As we look back on the Queen's Jubilee celebrations, Owen reflects on the Biblical Year of Jubilee
Blog | Monday, 06 June 2022

How to find support in the cost of living crisis

Do you know what help's available to you amid the rising cost of living?
Blog | Wednesday, 04 May 2022