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Bankruptcy Regime Will Stem Business-Brain Drain

Bankruptcy Regime Will Stem Business-Brain Drain

Recent changes to the bankruptcy regime in Ireland will boost the economy by stemming the flow of Irish entrepreneurs to the UK.

The Insolvency Service of Ireland anticipates that bankruptcy cases will double following the reduction of the normal bankruptcy term to one year in January. It’s safe to say that a large number of those cases will involve business ideas people - risk takers whose endeavours can make an economy tick.

How To Declare bankruptcy in Ireland With The New Legislation

How To Declare bankruptcy in Ireland With The New Legislation

Bankruptcy in Ireland has been changed, changed utterly; although a not-so-terrible beauty has been born for debtors.

It’s almost one hundred years since WB Yeats scribbled his famous lines on how Ireland had “changed utterly” after Easter 1916 but our out-dated bankruptcy laws had been around for much longer than that.

What Is The Difference Between Insolvency And Bankruptcy

What Is The Difference Between Insolvency And Bankruptcy

Many people often mix up the terms “insolvency” and “bankruptcy,” assuming them to mean the same thing. However, these two words, though similar, actually have different meanings. 

Quite simply, insolvency is a financial state of being –when you are unable to pay off your debts on time.

Bankruptcy, on the other hand, is a legal process that serves the purpose of resolving your insolvency.

MABS To Get New Tools To Aid Homeowners

MABS To Get New Tools To Aid Homeowners

Struggling homeowners will soon be able take advantage of one of the 27 special Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) outlets nationwide and will also be able to consult with court “mentors” during hearings. The Department of Social Protection is increasing the ability of MABS to assist distressed mortgage holders through a number of different measures including a greater role in offering information and advice through all stages of the mortgage arrears resolution process (MARP).

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