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:

30 years to save a deposit?

We hear all the time about rising house prices. But our Money Statistics find that it’s also historically low saving rates and negligible returns on deposits that make homeownership an ever more distant dream for many. If someone on the

The Money Charity reaches our 150,000th student!

Tomorrow, in Neath Port Talbot College, South Wales, we will reach our 150,000th student since we began to deliver financial education in schools and colleges six years ago. This workshop, like nearly 5,000 that have come before, is full of

Financial education in schools: why we need direct delivery

Introduction In September 2016, The Money Charity released ‘Financial education in schools: how to fix two lost years?’ – original research into the state of financial education in English schools two years after its introduction to the Maths and Citizenship

Consumer debt rising at fastest rate in a decade

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. Our statistics reveal that individuals are taking on unsecured debt at a faster pace than at any


The Money Charity’s Money Stats are out today and they paint a worrying picture of saving in the UK. Though the Bank of England base rate has held steady at a historic low of 0.5% for the past seven years,


The Money Charity’s Money Stats are out today. New figures show that the average rate of interest for instant access savings accounts is at a record low of 0.37%. It’s not good news for savers and means that if a

Borrowing falls for the first time since 2011

The Money Statistics are out and for the first month since December 2011, the amount we owe in mortgages, loans and credit card debt has fallen. People in the UK owed £1.455 trillion at the end of December 2015, this