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One in five with £10,000 debts mull insolvency

Research shows more men than women are heavily indebted, and are considering IVAs

One in five adults with debts of more than £10,000 is considering becoming
insolvent, according to research from
Thomas Charles, the debt
consultancy.

Men are more likely to be close to insolvency than women, with one in five
thinking they will have to take out an IVA.

The DTI will this Friday publish new
insolvency figures.

Further reading;

New insolvency qualification
to deliver IVA specialists

Insolvencies rocket in
2006

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