The number of young people aged under 24 years, with incidents in the past five years, a 70 per cent increase, says the Foundation, Bureau of Credit Registration (BKR) on Thursday held its annual Debts to the Monitor. It lists all of the credit and payment difficulties of the people around the world.
The total number of people with payment problems, increases over the past few years, just wondering: where, by 2015, nearly 800,000 people had problems with the payment of the loans and the mortgages, were there at the end of last year, 695.000. CREDIT speaks of incidents when someone has three payment periods in a row are missing.
you can CREDIT the sharp rise in payment problems among young people is not the right explanation. Chairman of the board, Peter van den Bosch is still with the group. "They have less and less ability to build up than in other age groups, and were more likely to have a flexible employment contract. They are, therefore, financially vulnerable," says Van den Bosch.
Not only is the youngest in a category of CREDIT are struggling more with the incidents, but also the oldest: the foundation will see to payment difficulties is also below zeventigplussers at a rapid rate to increase. Where, in 2015, it is still nearly 25,000 elderly people, incidents, had, were, there, five years later, more than $ 30,000.
It is too early to assess the impact of the coronacrisis can be seen in the figures on the CREDIT said, Of ' s-hertogenbosch on Thursday at NPO Radio 1. He expects to see the first effects of this until October to see it in the figures of the foundation.