New study reveals debt levels among women

One in four Irish women has outstanding debts, according to research from Halifax. The bank’s study, carried out by Amarach Research, shows that the average Irish woman owes €4,000, excluding mortgages.

5th December, 2009

One in four Irish women has outstanding debts, according to research from Halifax. The bank’s study, carried out by Amarach Research, shows that the average Irish woman owes €4,000, excluding mortgages.

The study found that almost half of women had a personal loan and credit card. Of those who did not, about one in 12 intended to take out a personal loan over the next year, while only 3 per cent planned to...

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