The number of debtors decreases

17 Oct

Positive trend that can be seen that the debtors have decreased

Positive trend that can be seen that the debtors have decreased

An increasing number have a debt reports several of the major media. Last year, the number of debtors decreased by almost 5,000 people. According to statistics from the authority itself, 423,000 people had a debt compared to about 428,000 in the previous year.

It is a positive trend that can be seen that the debtors have decreased, this being a continuation of the decline that has been discernible for several years. Furthermore, the figure for the number of indebted persons is the lowest number since 2011.Explanation for the upward trend is that the economy remains strong in Sweden at the same time as unemployment has decreased and interest rates are low. In addition, the steadily growing total debt has slowed down considerably.

Debt-free means a lot

Debt-free means a lot

It is mainly in the younger category that the good trend can be noticed. This applies to 18-25 year olds, where the indebted to the number has fallen by as much as 5 per cent down to about 35,000. This means that more young people do not have problems taking out loans later in life, and thus they increase their financial ability to act. In addition, it seems that many more young people have become better at paying state TV fees.

Important to fulfill some criteria for being granted a sms loan

Important to fulfill some criteria for being granted a sms loan

It is therefore important not to take out a loan if you cannot then repay. We  always check if you who apply for a loan have an active case at the Kronofogden. This is to make it as safe as possible for you. It is important to fulfill some criteria for being granted a sms loan, which includes, among other things, ability to pay and history. If your application is then approved, we will pay the money directly to the account registered. You can read more about this here.

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