If you are short on funds this Christmas, this advertising pitch from moneylender Provident might be right up your street. “Your cash could be deliver(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has defended the new Insolvency Service of Ireland public register

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has defended the new Insolvency Service of Ireland (ISI)’s public register which will identify everyone who uses i(...)

Looking down: if an unpaid loans case proceeds to court, coming without evidence of your sincere efforts to engage with your lender will be to your disadvantage.

If you’re being taken to court over an unpaid loan to a bank or credit union, what should you do? The short answer is to face it head on. Whether you (...)

The Central Bank’s code of conduct on mortgage arrears has been reshaped

Irish banks are beginning to make deals with holders of unsustainable mortgages, but tell nobody – it’s a secret. In their continuing struggle to deal(...)

Single people may be left with just €29 a week for “social participation”, while those living close to public transport could have to abandon their cars. Photograph: Alan Betson

Just how much money does a person or a family need to get by, without being forced to wear a hair shirt, is a question that has been occupying (...)

Guidelines for personal insolvency may be published by Minister for Justice Alan Shatter next week. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

People will not be automatically forced to abandon their private health insurance, give up their second car or surrender a subscription to Sky (...)