New research from moneyexpert.com reveals Britons’ love affair with driving with more than half of all motorists (55%) filling up their cars once a week and 17% of motorists clock up enough miles that they need to refuel on average twice a week.
Over a third of UK couples are spiralling into debt as a result of indulging their partner's diva demands, according to new research from Quidco.
Low wage inflation and increases in the cost of goods and services mean UK households are now at full stretch financially, with almost half (46%) admitting they would find it difficult to cope if their monthly outgoings increased by up to £99, according to research from Halifax.
There was little respite for consumers in March as weak income growth continued to put downward pressure on household budgets, leaving discretionary spending power after inflation in negative territory for the fourth consecutive month, according to the latest Lloyds TSB Spending Power Report.
Men are the best at budgeting while women are actually more thrifty, a study into household finances has revealed. A detailed study has found that despite women traditionally holding the purse strings, it’s men who have better control of their cash.
Every generation has distinct spending patterns and attitudes towards money, but the tendency to gloss over worries over tighter finances is widespread, according to research from Halifax.
As the pound coin celebrates its thirtieth anniversary on 21 April, new research reveals that while cash remains king for small ticket items such as newspapers and magazines, over half of Brits (53%) prefer to use plastic for most of their purchases.
Eight million (16 per cent) shoppers say they are now using supermarkets as ‘one-stop shops’ by purchasing all their non-food items as well as food products there, according to research from Santander 123 cashback credit card.
April marks the beginning of the new financial year, but despite narrowly missing the advent of a triple dip recession, the unveiling of a gloomy budget reveals that this year is likely to look very similar to the last.
The annual expense of owning and running a house has increased by £179 over the past year, according to new research by Halifax.
A YouGov survey of 4,000 adults found that four out of ten families with children (42%) - equivalent to 5.5 million - said they'd cut back on food last year to help pay for their homes.
Hopes of an ‘aspirational' Budget have been shattered with consumers fearing for both the economy and their own financial situation, according to new data from uSwitch.com.
The Lloyds TSB Spending Power Report reveals that, after inflation, spending power fell to -1.1% in February, meaning consumers had the equivalent of approximately £10 less a month to spend on non-essential items.
The cost of running a household has risen by 25% in the last five years, with some bills having soared by an eye-watering 67%, according to data from uSwitch.com.
As rising living costs and tight budgets continue to take their toll, people are getting smarter about the way they shop, according to research from budgeting account provider thinkmoney.
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