The Money Charity is the UK’s financial capability charity. We can provide speakers and quotes for tv, radio or in print. We are happy to talk about financial education, money more generally, and debt.

Our latest press releases can be found below:

£5,429 a second – UK’s credit card habit revealed

Consumers spend more than £5,000 every second on credit cards, the UK’s leading financial capability charity reveals today. Figures in The Money Charity’s latest Money Statistics show that the total outstanding credit card debt is now at £61.2 billion, an

Save the Student Moneymanual!

The Money Charity is today calling for new partners to secure the future of its flagship Student Moneymanual, our vital finance guide for young people. Since 2010 the Moneymanual has been generously supported by Santander, but this partnership has now

Personal debt to hit £2.5 trillion by 2020

Adults in the UK will owe an average of over £47,000 by 2020, according to new analysis by The Money Charity. The UK’s leading financial capability charity today calls on all parties to make financial capability a key policy priority

The Money Charity welcomes ‘major step forward’ for financial inclusion

The Money Charity welcomes ‘major step forward’ for financial inclusion The UK’s leading financial capability charity today welcomes the publication of the Financial Inclusion Commission’s report into improving the financial health of the nation. The Commission’s Vice-Chair was Chris Pond,

The Money Charity joins Global Money Week

The Money Charity is this week joining leading financial education organisations around the world to encourage young people to save money as part of Global Money Week 2015. Last year more than 3 million young people were reached by the

1.75m homeowners at risk of interest rate shock, charity warns

Today the UK’s leading financial capability charity The Money Charity releases The Money Statistics, giving an overview of the financial situation in the UK. The UK’s leading financial capability charity today warns that more than 1.75m mortgaged households have never