Despite some welcome relief on family budgets thanks to a recovering economy and negative inflation, children are not benefitting from any extra pounds or pence in their money boxes when it comes to the amount of weekly pocket money they receive.
With the population of over 65’s continuing to grow and the average age of women having their first child also rising, a growing number of people are coming under pressure to care for and support not only their offspring, but also their ageing parents, as well as holding down employment.
The key to domestic bliss is four meals together a week, more than one tablet and a Netflix account, it has emerged.
The average Briton forks out £41 on their spouse to celebrate Valentine’s Day, a recent survey has found.
The rise of education costs means parents have to continue to support their graduating children, even after university.
Being proactive with your savings can help to make your future financially secure. But with the current state of the economic environment, talking about money matters with loved ones can be a tricky subject to broach.
We used to say it with flowers — but now the true sign of modern love is a change in Facebook status from ‘single’ to ‘in a relationship’, according to new research.
Saga’s latest poll shows that a quarter of over 50s would like an unusual send off when the time comes and the results conclude that non-religious orders of service were the most popular ways to formally say goodbye.
Online searches, interest, and enquiries into elderly care peak in the first month of the year, older people’s charity and leading care provider Anchor can reveal.
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.
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