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# Debt

All time
Icelandic PM vows to ignore IMF's advice
Under 50s stop saving as they struggle to pay off mortgages
Fall in personal loans and holiday home mortgages as households pay off debt
Over 130 people with Irish addresses filed for bankruptcy in UK during crisis
Column: Game, Set and Match to the Banks
Dave Hughes
Jim Corr on €778k debt: “I'm a musician, I'm not good at figures”
137 jobs saved as 12 out of 24 Pamela Scott shops exit examinership
Extract: How I got back in the driving seat with the banks
George Mordaunt
Debt advice service sees people trying to cope 'breaking down in tears'
Consumers and firms ordered to pay over €44m to creditors last month
Debt advice service threatened with funding cuts in agreement dispute
Extract: The 5 emotional stages of debt
Liam Croke
Nick Leeson: I’ve observed the need for debt solution – now I’m acting on it
Nick Leeson
Boston, borrowing and giant snails: The week in numbers
Column: The insolvency process should be a competent public system that ensures everyone has access
David Hall
Column: ‘I thought I did everything right – so why have I ended up here?’
Aoife O'Connor
Struggling borrowers may have to move house, sell car and change creche to enter new insolvency process
PIC: How much a single person can spend under the new insolvency rules
Extract: I’m in massive negative equity and I may lose my home, but I won’t lose hope
Jillian Godsil
Leading pro-austerity academic paper may have included fatal Excel error
Column: Who’s next in line to be consumed by the European crisis?
Tom McDonnell
Mortgage holders in arrears are older and more likely to have children - report
Portugal PM announces severe spending cuts
Column: The cost of childcare is already forcing some parents to give up their jobs
Irene Gunning
Cypriot banks brace for reopening with cash withdrawals capped at €300
Real Madrid to sue Fuentes over debt claim
Michael Noonan to reveal the plan to tackle mortgage arrears
Liverpool debt won't stop Rodgers spending
Column: The 'vulture fund' eyeing Argentina - and what it means for other indebted states
Nessa Ní Chasaide
Here's what being in Westlife could've bought you...
Paraic Duffy: 'I don't think clubs will go under'
Column: The correct handling of the promissory note savings is vital for Ireland
Aaron McKenna
AIB commits to working out deals for mortgage holders in arrears
Column: Government needs to impose proper rules and regulations on lenders
Noeline Blackwell
Column: What’s happening to left-wing parties in Ireland?
Dr Rory Hearne
Timeline: The 24 hours that secured the promissory note deal
Column: Will the young pay for the sins of the old under the promissory note deal?
Samuel Brazys
Ireland still has 39% chance of defaulting, says Government's budget adviser
Complaints to Financial Services Ombudsman up 12% last year