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More than 40% of households have trouble paying bills - CSO

Over 40 per cent of Irish households have experienced difficulties in keeping up with their bills and debts, according to new data from the Central Statistics Office.

1st August, 2013

Over 40 per cent of Irish households have experienced difficulties in keeping up with their bills and debts, according to new data from the Central Statistics Office.

82 per cent of households reduced their spending, the quarterly national household survey for the third quarter of 2012 showed.

Some 14 per cent of owner occupied households with a mortgage were unable to make mortgage repayments on time at least once in the previous twelve months due to financial difficulties,...

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