29 November 2012
The issue of payday loans, and the interest charged on them, has reached the House of Lords, reports the BBC .
A Labour Peer, who is also a Bishop, felt that the Government's Financial Services Bill did
28 November 2012
The self-employed are more dependent on credit than people working for a company, and could be most at risk of falling into a cycle of debt problems. That's according to new research carried out by the University of Bristol's
22 November 2012
A survey of cohabiting couples over the age of 40 by Prudential found that one in five has debts that they haven't told their partner about, according to The Telegraph .
That equates to around 6.2
19 November 2012
When people talk about inflation in the news, you may hear them mention the 'squeezed middle': an economic group of people on middle incomes, often mentioned as the group who've been hit hardest by the rising cost of living.
15 November 2012
A survey by price comparison website Gocompare.com found that nearly half of British people (49%) feel financially worse off than 12 months ago.
The company has been asking British consumers the same question since August 2010,
9 November 2012
Research from Friends Life has found that, in general, money is the biggest stressor in our lives. 36% of people surveyed said that money was their main cause of stress, followed by work (25%) and relationships (16%).
7 November 2012
Have you ever wondered how you'd cope financially if you lost your income? Research from HSBC has found that 31% of UK households have less than £250 set aside in savings. According to HSBC's calculations, this amount could only
1 November 2012
Cuts in child benefit could see some families lose up to £50,000 by the time their youngest child turns 18, according to accountancy firm PwC.
PwC's analysis found that child benefit cuts could cost a family with three
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