Household debt costs to surge over next five years

For the last decade we've lived in a world of historically low interest rates. We've been encouraged to borrow and spend. Now rates are beginning to rise and un...

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Amanda Gillam 30th March, 2018
How our feelings affect the way we spend

Your moods can dramatically affect your spending behaviour. So, how can you identify your spending triggers to help you stay in control of your spending?...

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Alex Hartley 25th December, 2017
A plan to switch from being a two to a one person income household

You or your partner may decide to stop working. So how can you bridge the income gap and make sure you keep your spending within reasonable limits?...

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Amanda Gillam 18th December, 2017
Is the Rise of Consumer Borrowing storing up problems for the future?

Consumer borrowing continues to rise while interest rates remain low. But could you manage your debt repayments if interest rates started to rise?...

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Oliver Jones 24th February, 2017
The spending pattern of the average Briton may startle you

Here's how the average UK household income of £27,600 is spent, how much is saved, and how people fund their pensions ready for retirement....

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Oliver Jones 1st December, 2016
Britain’s Bad Spending Habits Revealed

We wanted to find out which reckless spending habits are leaving Brits strapped for cash this Christmas - so we conducted an online study to learn more...

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Amanda Gillam 18th November, 2016
How to discover where you’re wasting money and wrecking your budget

There's a very high chance you're wasting money and putting your financial future at risk. Here's our plan to help you take control and start saving....

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Oliver Jones 18th October, 2016
How to budget following the Brexit vote

The Brexit vote to leave the EU has thrown all the cards into the air. We don't know how they will land, but prepare for it with out budgeting tips....

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Alex Hartley 5th August, 2016
You underestimate your annual bills by £1500

A recent Santander report shows that people are on average underestimating their annual bills (TV, utilities, food, etc) by up to £1500! Scary stuff. Here's ho...

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Alex Hartley 22nd February, 2016
Do we define ourselves by how we flash the cash?

There's a strange paradox between people's preparedness to talk about their financial situation and their need to appear well-to-do - even if they've borrowed t...

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Alex Hartley 19th October, 2015


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