Through the Youth Financial Capability Group (YFCG), The Money Charity has written to Minister of State for Schools, Nick Gibb MP, urging him to legislate for statutory Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) for all primary and secondary schools
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The average cash ISA interest rate soared to 0.91% at the start of 2018, an increase of 0.55% on the previous month. New data from the Bank of England, published in The Money Charity’s February Money Statistics reveal that cash
Real term wages have continued to slump in the UK, according to The Money Charity’s January 2018 Money Statistics report. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) found that real term regular pay fell by 0.4% between August and October 2017.
The Money Charity, the UK’s financial capability charity, announces its first runner in the London Marathon will be Tim Perkins, Co-Founder of Nudge. Steph Hayter, Acting Chief Executive of The Money Charity said: “This is the first time The Money Charity
The growth in house prices in the UK slowed significantly over the past month, reveals the December Money Statistics. Last month, the annual growth in house prices stood at 3.9%, down from 4.5% in the year to October. The dip
The Money Charity is delighted to announce a new partnership. NextGen Planners will be supporting The Money Charity’s vital financial education workshops in schools. The workshops we deliver empower thousands of young people to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence
The Money Charity is delighted to announce that the new Budget Builder is officially live! We believe that it is more important than ever for people to make sure they are on top of, and in control of, their money.
This month, the Bank of England announced an increase in the base interest rate for the first time in a decade. This comes as The Money Charity’s November Money Statistics reveal that personal debt has hit a new high of
Continued growth in house prices, along with a small decline in the number of outstanding home loans has led to the highest level of mortgage debt per household ever recorded. The October Money Statistics, produced by the Money Charity, have
Historically low saving rates and negligible returns on cash pots – not just rising house prices – make home ownership an ever more distant dream for many. New figures show that if someone on the average salary saved an average