Personal Debt Management: The debt law has changed, but can society follow?

A faint light may be flickering at the end of a very long tunnel but.

23rd March, 2014
John McMahon, PIP and partner, Connolly Chartered Accountants.

A faint light may be flickering at the end of a very long tunnel but, according to PIP and partner in Connolly Chartered Accountants John McMahon, the traditional stigma which has long been attached to personal insolvency is still very much present among the Irish. ''The shame and embarrassment of people not being able to pay their debts is still very prevalent, he said. ''And failure has still not been accepted in any way in...

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