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Cost of living: New campaign launched for customers concerned about mortgage repayments
All time
Poorer households turning to pre-pay heating - but that means they pay a 'poverty premium'
'There is a solution for everybody': Debtors urged not to put their heads in the sand in 2018
Over 4,000 borrowers flock to voucher scheme in bid to save their homes
Debt advisers slammed as 'penny pinching misers' after docking workers' Leap Year pay
How to manage your money this Christmas and not break the bank
300,000 people who owe €2.5 billion have asked for help
Want to buy a house next year? You may not actually need a full 20% deposit
These four counties have no personal insolvency practitioners
1,600 people waiting to see MABS advisors
Debt advice service threatened with funding cuts in agreement dispute
Column: The insolvency process should be a competent public system that ensures everyone has access
David Hall
Extract: I’m in massive negative equity and I may lose my home, but I won’t lose hope
Jillian Godsil
Mortgage holders in arrears are older and more likely to have children - report
Column: 11 tips to avoid getting into debt this Christmas
Michael Culloty
Column: Four years of crisis, and still no clear deal on mortgage debt
David Hall
Explainer: What are the rules that govern legal moneylenders?
Numbers seeking debt help reach highest level since crisis began
Column: The Keane report has consequences for borrowers – but not for banks
Stephen Donnelly
More Irish families being pushed into poverty and seeking advice