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June
2017

Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) Quarter 1 2017 Statistical Report for 2017 and analysis

posted by debtsolv

Press Release 25th May 2017 Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) Quarter 1 Statistical Report for 2017 and analysis of Personal Insolvency Arrangements published, showing: Applications have more than doubled com...

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9
May
2017

Personal insolvency works for debtors

posted by debtsolv

High profile or not, personal insolvency works for debtors. Stephen Kinsella, 46, had taken out a mortgage of €385,000 in 2005 to build a house but lost his security business and a job as a truck driver in 2008...

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13
April
2017

Personal Insolvency for the separated

posted by debtsolv

Ms Justice Marie Baker’s recent decision will help guide how banks  consider personal insolvency arrangements – debt write-off plans for individuals needing a financial leg-up – when a spouse is no longer aroun...

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4
March
2017

Continued increase in Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI) activity levels

posted by debtsolv

The ISI’s Quarter 4 Statistical Report for 2016 has been published on the 21st February 2017. The last quarter of the year saw continued growth in activity levels. Key Statistics for Quarter 4 2016 (compared to...

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4
March
2017

Switcher.ie Research

posted by debtsolv

One in five families is now living in persistent debt just to cover essential bills. The worst of the recession may be over, but two-thirds of households are still forced to borrow for their utilities. One in f...

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4
March
2017

9 signs you can’t afford your Mortgage

posted by debtsolv

While plenty of individuals live from payday to payday, most people know they should be saving money and reducing debt. Many people say that money worries keep them awake at night, but that doesn’t necess...

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