With UK tuition fees still at a £9,000 per annum high, students are looking for other avenues when it comes to their education. In terms of European masters courses that are taught in English, there has been a drastic increase of 42% to 6,600 during the last two years.
The cost of raising a child in the UK from birth until the age of 21 has climbed to £229,251, an increase of 63% since 2003.
Families with children are now at greater risk than any other group of having an inadequate income, with more than one in three having less than they require for a socially acceptable standard of living.
As Britain’s elderly population continues to expand, new research from Mintel finds just 40% of Brits would be willing to move a family member or themselves into a residential care home, should the need arise for long-term care due to illness, disability or old age.
With January set to be the busiest month for online dating sites, Brits are becoming savvy daters by looking to voucher codes and low-cost rendezvous to curb costs.
The face of the traditional wedding is changing as couples look to save on the soaring cost of getting hitched by marrying ‘off-peak’. New research from AA Loans amongst newlyweds reveals that one in three couples (37%) married in autumn or winter.
A third (33%) of 18 to 24-year-olds have a second job, and a third of these (33%) said they need the second job to survive financially, according to research conducted on behalf of thinkmoney.co.uk.
It’s often said that the best relationships are built on trust, but it seems that some may not be getting off to the best start.
Love is in the air in the Garden of England with a host of exciting offers available for the most romantic weekend of 2015.
Celebrate St Valentine’s Day this year in the luxury of The Ritz London. A London landmark, situated in its iconic location between the vibrant metropolitan areas of Mayfair and St. James’s, The Ritz London provides the ultimate destination for the perfect quintessentially British experience.
Grandparents may be glad the Christmas period is coming to an end, with new research showing one in six (16%) grandparents over the age of 50 admit their grandchildren have left them feeling exhausted over the festive season.
Working parents are being hamstrung by childcare costs, with thousands effectively working for nothing, Aviva can reveal.
Over a third (35%) of the UK population is planning to gift cash for Christmas this year rather than a traditional present, research from pensions and insurance provider Friends Life has found.
Stressing over what presents to buy their children and grandchildren is the biggest festive worry for Britain’s over-50s, who are planning on spending around £300 on gifts this year, Aviva research shows.
Many people will be rockin’ around the Christmas tree with the 5.8 million pensioners (53 per cent) who will host friends and families at home on Christmas Day this year, according to new research from Prudential.
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