fall behind with (something)

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fall behind with (something)

1. To not be as current with some task as one should or ideally would be. I fell behind with my schoolwork when I had the flu.
2. To not be able to satisfy one's current financial obligations. All of those medical bills have caused me to fall behind with the rent.
See also: behind, fall
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"With millions expecting to fall behind with their finances in January, we want people to be financially prepared for the year ahead."
Should you fall behind with the agreed program there will be no reimbursement for any overtime working should you fall behind the agreed program..
It shows that if it wasn't for weekends, and in particular Sundays, we would all fall behind with domestic chores and admin duties
While we have a duty to collect council tax as effectively and efficiently as possible I reject wholeheartedly the suggestion that we play hardball with people who fall behind with their payments.
MORE and more landlords will fall behind with their mortgage payments unless the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) system is reviewed, says Landlord Assist.
Summary: MPs call on City watchdog to clamp down on charges for people who fall behind with their mortgages.
The Council of Mortgage Lenders' forecasters expect half a million people to fall behind with mortgage payments this year.
A Financial Services Authority spokesman warned: "You will no longer own your home and could still be evicted if you fall behind with your new rental payments."
An early penalty saw Causeway fall behind with Benn Rhodes lotting the ball past stand-in stopper Mark Whitehouse.
Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is taking an increasingly aggressive stance against businesses that fall behind with tax payments, according to research from Wrexham-based accountancy firm UHY Hacker Young.
Those that do fall behind with payments are getting tough treatment.