Nine million adults in serious debt – but few seek advice essential to escaping it

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A study from the Money Advice Service shows 18% of the population are struggling with the devastating effects of debt (Nine million adults in serious debt – but few seek advice essential to escaping it http://t.co/n78ADaCI1L)…

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  1. Kiwis are classic for this, we don’t like to talk about money, we often don’t trust the motives of the people offering financial advice and we don’t want to tell friends or family if we have problems. This is not a great way to go forward, money education should be taught at schools so that children don’t have to fall into the traps that their parents got themselves into.

    Today’s society is all about spending, we are urged to spend to help businesses grow and survive, but who comes to your rescue when the pot is empty. People can’t help you if they don’t know. Maybe time to take a big bite of humble pie

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