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The Money Statistics January 2015

£3.17 was the average spend per household per day on water, electricity and gas in Q3

£199 was the increase annually in outstanding consumer credit lending per UK adult

139% was how much higher rent is for an average 2-bedroom house in London compared to the whole of England

7.0% was the average amount households saved of their pre-tax income in Q3 2014

£4,279 was the average cash machine transaction value per second in November

1,247 was the daily fall in unemployment between August and October

£469m was the value of Government borrowing per day in November

£28,030 was the average first-time buyer deposit in October

1,121 was the number of people made redundant every day between August and October

UK Personal Debt

People in the UK owed £1.463 trillion at the end of November 2014. This is up from £1.433 trillion at the end of November 2013 – an extra £591 per UK adult.

The average total debt per household – including mortgages – was £55,384 in November. The revised figure for October was £55,297.

Per adult in the UK that’s an average debt of £28,968  in November – around 115.0% of average earnings. This is up from a revised £28,922 in October.

Based on November 2014 trends, the UK’s total interest repayments on personal debt over a 12 month period would have been £55.6 billion. That’s an average of £152 million per day. This means that households in the UK would have paid an average of £2,105 in annual interest repayments. Per person that’s £1,101 4.37% of average earnings.

Outstanding consumer credit lending was £168.8 billion at the end of November 2014. This is up from £158.8 billion at the end of November 2013, and is an increase of £199 for every adult in the UK.

Per household, that’s an average consumer credit debt of £6,389 in November, up from a revised £6,362 in October – or £381 extra per household.

It also means the average consumer credit borrowing was £3,342 per UK adult  in November. This is up from a revised £3,327 in October.

Total credit card debt in November 2014 was £61.0bn. Per household this is £2,308 – for a credit card bearing the average interest, it would take 25 years and 4 months to repay if you made only the minimum repayment each month. The minimum repayment in the first month would be £55, but reduces each month. If you paid £55 every month, the debt would be cleared in around 5 years and 5 months.

Outstanding mortgage lending stood at £1.294 trillion at the end of November. This is up from £1.274 trillion at the end of November 2013.

That means that the estimated average outstanding mortgage for the 11.1m households with mortgage debt was £116,327 in November.

The average Mortgage Interest rate was 3.19% at the end of November. Based on this, households with mortgages would pay an average of £3,711 in mortgage interest over the year.

For new loans, the average Mortgage Interest rate was 3.1%. Using the latest figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders, this means new mortgages would attract  an average of £4,562 in interest over the year.

Everyday in the UK

The population of the UK grew by an estimated 1,223 people a day between 2003 and 2013.

It costs an average of £29.65 per day to raise a child from birth to the age of 21.

On average, a UK household spends £3.17 a day on water, electricity and gas.

270 people a day are declared insolvent or bankrupt. This is equivalent to one person every 5 minutes 20 seconds.

33.1 million plastic card purchase transactions were made every day in October 2014, with a total value of £1.532 billion.

8.82m cash machine transactions were made every day in November with a value of £370m.

2,083 Consumer County Court Judgements (CCJs) are issued every day, with an average value of £2,158.

Citizens Advice Bureaux in England and Wales dealt with 6,389 new debt problems every working day during the year ending September 2014.

54 properties are repossessed every day, or one every 26 min 30 seconds.

The number of mortgages with arrears of over 2.5% of the remaining balance fell by 67 a day.

The number of people unemployed for over 12 months fell by 523 per day.

1,121 people a day reported they had become redundant between August and October.

Government borrowed £469m a day during November 2014 (£5,426 per second).

Net lending to individuals in the UK increased by £110m a day.

Borrowers would repay £152m a day in interest over a year, based on November 2014 trends.

106 mortgage possession claims and 78 mortgage possession orders are made every day.

444 landlord possession claims and 339 landlord possession orders are made every day.