According to a survey by the supermarket chain Asda, over 60 per cent of mums said that they don’t use their central hearing as…
A study by MySuperMarket has revealed the shocking gaps that have emerged in families’ food budgets and demonstrated that more and more households are…
Skipton Building Society have just released a survey that seems to say Britons will only be able to enjoy seven years of life without having to worry about their finances.
The rate of inflation has fallen in August, dropping to 2.5% in from 2.6% in July. The retail price index also fell to 2.9% from 3.2% in July.
One third of the high earners have switched to cheap supermarkets in an effort to make ends meet due to the recession according to a new report by Axa UK.
Even though employees will find themselves automatically enrolled in a government pension plan, with the money taken directly from their pay cheques in three weeks’ time
The average British household needs £1,496 more each month, after tax, to feel financially secure, according to a survey by uSwitch.com, a price comparison website.
The average family of four now needs an annual income of £36,800 in order to live what they consider a ‘decent lifestyle’.
The amount of people in more than 2 months of rent arrears has shot up by a staggering 24% compared to the same time last year.
Interest rates at a record low level mixed with the Bank of England’s quantitative easing program is causing British savers to lose almost £18billion a year.