DebtBusters’ has seen an increasing number of people under the age of 25 who are struggling with debt, with almost 30% of new DebtBusters clients under the age of 30. Many of these individuals are ‘sandwiched’ by debt taken to support parents, siblings’ educational aspirations and their own children.
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