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Borrowing falls for the first time since 2011

The Money Statistics are out and for the first month since December 2011, the amount we owe in mortgages, loans and credit card debt has fallen. People in the UK owed £1.455 trillion at the end of December 2015, this

Blog 02nd Feb

Latest News

Borrowing falls for the first time since 2011

The Money Statistics are out and for the first month since December 2011, the amount we owe in mortgages, loans and credit card debt has fallen. People in the UK owed £1.455 trillion at the end of December 2015, this

Blog 02nd Feb

Latest News

Borrowing falls for the first time since 2011

The Money Statistics are out and for the first month since December 2011, the amount we owe in mortgages, loans and credit card debt has fallen. People in the UK owed £1.455 trillion at the end of December 2015, this

The lowdown on tuition fees

Universities and colleges in the UK can charge home students up to £9k a year in tuition fees but most first-time students won’t have to pay anything up front. Tuition fees pay for things like teaching, building maintenance, facilities and equipment. Institutions

Is financial education in schools working?

Today we submitted our response to The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Education for Young People’s call for evidence on the effectiveness of financial education in schools. The introduction of statutory financial education in 2014 was hailed by many, including