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    Fall into arrears

    Which is better?

    He fell into arrears with his payments.

    He fell into arrears on his payments.

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    #2

    Re: Fall into arrears

    Just say 'He fell into arrears'.

    The sentence means He fell behind with his payments.

    Rover

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    Re: Fall into arrears

    If you want to specify which sort of payments, then you can add it.

    He fell into arrears with his mortgage.
    He fell into arrears with his bank loan.

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