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# Debt

This year
Families are going into debt to cover funerals costs, then struggling to pay for essentials
Last year
Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani files for bankruptcy
Opinion: Budget 2024 mortgage tax relief - is it too little, too late?
Mark Coan
WeWork planning to file for bankruptcy to restructure debts, according to reports
Back to school: Costs going down but parents still going into debt
Fine Gael calls for AIB to appear before committee over writedown of DJ Carey debt
People are taking on more debt for weddings, cars, and holidays as drawdowns up by 14%
All time
Councils that can deliver rapid-build houses on sites will have land debt paid off
Twitter layoffs before US midterms fuel misinformation concerns as Musk defends sackings
Manchester United debt rises to more than £514m as record wage bill is revealed
RTÉ 2021 revenue increased €13 million, marking surplus for second year in a row
US agrees to extend debt ceiling to avoid catastrophic credit default
Ed Woodward optimistic about future as Man United debt rises to £455.5million
'Debt piled up. I was a 50-year-old single parent bringing up a teenage girl'
Opinion: When it comes to paying for Covid-19, are we still 'in this together'?
Brian O'Boyle
Covid-19 poses 'unprecedented' test of Irish economy, warns Central Bank Governor
IMF cancels debt payments of 25 'vulnerable' countries amid Covid-19 pandemic
High Court approves debt write down of millions of euro for two Tipperary women
FAI 'unable to accept' Oireachtas invitation
Ulster Bank sells portfolio of 3,175 mortgages to Pepper
High Court writes off over €6 million in debt owed by retired garda and his wife
Italy plunged into crisis as Prime Minister resigns after collapse of coalition with far-right
'The chances of a recession in Ireland are 100%', says NTMA
'History will judge this': Experts see little change in bank culture after scandals and protests
'It's your job to call the vulture funds out': High Court Master pens letter to Micheál Martin
Government says it's owed €475 million in social welfare overpayments
Irish Cancer Society calls on HSE to stop referring patients' debt to collection agencies
'95% stay in their own homes': Number of insolvency cases has risen by 60%
HSE spent €600,000 last year on debt collectors to chase patients for unpaid bills
'I didn't need that additional fear': Hospital debt collectors 'causing stress' to cancer patients
Examiner appointed to Bradley's Pharmacy Group
Parents report going hungry over cost of sending their children to school
Parents turning to moneylenders to cope with back-to-school costs
Eight years and three bailouts later, Greece's debt crisis is finally over
Storm Emma caused higher levels of mortgage arrears as customers missed in-branch payments
Irish economy is growing substantially but Brexit 'poses major threat'
Lily Allen admitted that she's currently in over €1.1 million worth of debt
Police officer who strangled wife texted her to make it look like he didn't know she was dead
Minister 'confident' school building projects not in jeopardy after construction firm collapse
Ireland gets approval for early repayment of €5.5 billion in bailout loans