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Jobs @ Advice NI

01 March 2019 - 14:11

Advice NI is currently seeking applications for the following posts within our Money & Debt Advice Service. The closing date for reciept of completed...

Insolvency Trends as Expected

10 November 2017 - 11:27

NI Insolvency Service Third Quarter Insolvency Statistics released is very much as predicted on previous quarter last year.

Could you spot the symptoms of debt?

23 August 2017 - 12:07

It’s not always easy to notice someone you know is struggling with problem debt. Often when people have money worries they hide them due to embarrassment or to...

IRISH LEAGUE OF CREDIT UNIONS 2015 MONEYLENDER RESEARCH

10 December 2015 - 12:02

Over 270,000 people in Northern Ireland have used moneylenders / payday loan companies to date

​Dove House Advice Services

​An advice service was able to help a family improve the quality of their lives

A client who was a single parent with a number of children sought help from Dove House Advice Services. The family needed immediate intervention after the marriage broke down due to alcohol related issues and difficulties coping with a range of debt problems.

​Tax & Benefits Service

​Income tax debt caused by a self-assessment error

A client came to our Tax & Benefits service asking for assistance with an Income Tax debt of approximately £4,000. The client had a long history of mental health issues and had experienced a very unsettled period in her life due to homelessness. Once the client obtained a fixed abode, she started to receive letters demanding payment of the debt but had no understanding of how the debt had arisen.

Business Debtline

​A farmer who ran into difficulty repaying a secured business overdraft sought advice from Business Debtline

A farmer ran into difficulties with his bank when he was unable to maintain the agreed contractual repayments on a business overdraft of £55,000 which had been secured on his home.
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Business Debt

​A sole trader who ran into difficulties with HMRC

A sole trader who had an engineering business ran into difficulties with HMRC when he received notice that he had liabilities totalling over £30,000 due for unpaid PAYE, VAT and self-assessment.
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A Change in Family Circumstances

​"Before I saw the adviser I couldn’t visualise a way out of my situation"

A client was recently separated from her abusive husband and was unaware that he had stopped paying their joint mortgage and secured loan. The lender was forcing repossession and as the client could not afford repayments she had to find alternative accommodation.

Advice NI's Money Advice Update

06 October 2015 - 16:45

Advice NI's Money Advice Update September 2015

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