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Policy and Government

The case for Fair Share

calendar12 December 2017

During the ongoing review of debt advice funding, there is no better time to argue the benefits of Fair Share. Fair Share is a voluntary agreement between creditors and debt advisers to pay back a fixed percentage of the amount received by the creditor in debt repayments. CAP has released a briefing, The case for Fair Share, which lays out the many advantages of this funding model. As demand for debt advice grows, so will demand for funding and this paper argues the case that Fair Share should be retained on its own merits - why abolish a mechanism that works well for its intended place in the sector?

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