Encouraging indications of economic recovery continue to be tempered by new reports further detailing the heavy effects of the pandemic on a significant proportion of the UK’s households, according to the May 2021 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity.
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With Covid-19 restrictions continuing to be lifted, the first glimmers of what ‘post-Covid’ financial life may look like for UK households have started to be seen, according to the April 2021 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. As the
Evidence continues to emerge demonstrating the scale of the crunch on household finances and its likely consequences as the UK emerges from the pandemic, according to the March 2021 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. The March Budget brought
– New report shows Financial Education programmes 3-5 times more effective than previously found. – The Money Charity has reached 215,000 Young People with Financial Education since 2010 – Just 1 Hour of their Money Workshops leads to significant increases
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As 2020 came to a close, the fuller picture of Covid-19’s effect on UK household finances continued to emerge, demonstrating the significant mounting financial impact of the pandemic, according to the January 2021 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity.
In our Young People’s work, we’ve always been passionate about ensuring that all Young People get the Financial Education they need, especially those whose situation and circumstances may often lead to them not being included. That’s why we’re delighted to
The divide between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have nots’ continues to grow starkly as we move towards the end of a year dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the December 2020 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. As
Multiple recent figures underline the scale of financial pressures building on UK households throughout 2020 from the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the November 2020 Money Statistics, produced by The Money Charity. With the end of this
Positive news of higher savings levels and lower credit card balances over recent months is tempered by evidence of wider losses of income and lowering of overall financial resilience, as the pandemic continues to demonstrate its surprising and conflicting effects