Several million people – up to 10% of the population – are reluctant to admit that they are having debt problems, according to the Money Advice Service.
As a result it is calling on friends and family members to do more to spot the tell-tale signs of money issues.
These include secretive behaviour, or a tendency always to be buying the latest “must-have” item.
There can also be physical and emotional symptoms that they are in trouble, the Money Advice Service said.
Signs to watch out for include:
- People have been in debt in the past
- They have recently had a life event, such as a new baby, being…
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