55 people a day to call on new debt service for help

Michelle O'Keeffe
May 2013
Daily Mail;5/17/2013, p19
AN avalanche of 20,000 people in debt are expected to seek the help of an Insolvency Service of Ireland practitioner in the first year alone - equating to 55 people a day.


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