March 2020’s Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity, are released from a place significantly different to anything the majority of us will ever have witnessed before, and almost certainly unlike any previous period for which this report has existed.
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While the UK’s rapid shift towards contactless and digital payments continues apace, these moves remain a very real problem and threat to the financial inclusion of a significant number of UK adults, according to the February 2020 Money Statistics, produced
In the year up to November 2019, UK households borrowed almost as much as the Government, demonstrating that debt remains both a private and public sector issue, according to the January 2020 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. The
A noticeable levelling off of credit card lending over the second half of 2019 so far bucks a significant long-term trend, suggesting that we may see big changes in the credit market during 2020, according to the December 2019 Money
A combination of challenging situations are bringing high pressure on young people aiming to manage their money well and achieve financial wellbeing, according to the November 2019 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. The November report draws a number
Brits Have Low Confidence in Their Own Money Management Skills 2 in 3 don’t feel confident managing their money Only 1 in 2 think that they are a confident and savvy consumer Just 1 in 4 feels they know enough about
Positive news emerging this month of growth in average real wages across the UK should be tempered by a wider view of other financial issues and trends, according to the October 2019 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. According
Some of the most basic costs of everyday living have shown considerable increases in their average cost over recent years, affecting other parts of life in turn, according to the September 2019 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. Coinciding
The UK economy contracted by 0.2% in the quarter to June 2019, the first time since 2012 that GDP has fallen, but a clearer gauge on the impact of this can be seen by viewing it on a ‘per person’ basis,
While average UK house prices continue to rise, the true measure of the property market is highly dependent on which source you look at, as well as taking into account regional variations, according to the July 2019 Money Statistics, produced