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StepChange: Falling into the red - How overdrafts can lead to problem debt

StepChange Debt Charity’s briefing looks at how households on tight budgets turn to credit like overdrafts to cover shortfalls in their household finances and how this can lead them to be at greater risk of falling into problem debt.

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