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At Debt Advisory Centre, we seek to understand our clients’ evolving needs and the reasons they find themselves in problem debt. Through a series of reports, we are encouraging sector debate about how to meet consumers’ changing circumstances and needs.

Our first report, Women and Debt, examines the changing role of women in the household, how they approach money, their attitudes to budgeting, and why more women are struggling with problem debt.

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Download the Women and Debt report...

The report examines trends around rising debt levels and assesses the reasons why more women, especially young women, are falling into a cycle of debt.

The Report

Download the Women and Debt infographics...

Our infographics show the regional hotspots where women are facing problem debt and give the key statistics from the report.

Infographics

Download the Women and Debt media release...

Key findings from the Women and Debt report with comments from Melanie Taylor, a debt expert at Debt Advisory Centre.

Press Release

For further information, please contact our Press Office

Ian Williams

Director of Communications

0161 605 6005 or 07855 214 851

Rachel Mann

Consumer PR Manager

0161 605 6615 or 07532 158 027

To find out more about managing your money and getting free debt advice, visit Money Advice Service, an independent service set up to help people manage their money.