The Money Stats – March 2020 – Portrait of a Pre-Crisis UK

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. 

Covid-19 Signposting

With the Covid-19 (“Coronavirus”) situation developing rapidly day by day, it can be hard to cut through all the noise and opinion out there to find reliable, thoughtful and perhaps most importantly, impartial guidance. Below are links to some of

The Money Charity Announces First London Marathon Runner

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

Britons owe more, pay less in interest. Will it last?

Each Briton is spending, on average, £1001 a year on debt interest repayments, 3.79% of average earnings. Between us, that’s more than £50 billion at an annual rate. That might sound like a lot but it’s actually at the lowest

October Money Stats – Mortgage arrears on the rise again

Today the UK’s leading financial capability charity The Money Charity releases The Money Statistics, giving an overview of the financial situation facing people in the UK. The Money Stats are out today and figures show that after years of steady

INSTANT ACCESS SAVINGS INTEREST AT RECORD LOW

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

Low levels of financial capability adding 4% to UK firms’ payroll costs

Today The Money Charity is in Personnel Today explaining why firms should invest in the financial capability of their employees. With money worries being linked to poor mental health, strained personal and professional relationships and low levels of job satisfaction, there