Ballmann of Gateley comments on R3 survey about debt levels in Yorkshire
William Ballmann, chair of insolvency trade body R3 in Yorkshire and partner at Gateley, has commented on an R3 report that revealed that 50 per cent of people in Yorkshire and Humberside are worried about their level of debt, close to the national figure of 51 per cent — the highest share of people that have felt this way since September 2012.
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