Seven million people in the UK don’t consider they are in debt yet also have at least one credit agreement.
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Difficulties paying off unexpected bills are causing many over 65s to run up burdensome credit card debt, new research by Key Retirement has revealed.
A ‘severely’ low level of awareness for the support available for people struggling to pay their gas, electricity or water bills could be fuelling debt problems, research has found.
New rules help reduce the number of credit card customers in persistent debt are to be enforced on March 1st.
New research from GoCompare Money has revealed that Brits are hiding a collective £13bn worth of secret personal debt from their friends, families and even their partners. The study from the comparison site found that 40% of UK adults had some form of personal debt (excluding mortgages), owing £6,131, on average. However, despite nearly a third (29%) of those with debt being ...
The Treasury Select Committee has announced plans to launch an inquiry into the state of UK household finances as concerns over debt continue to grow.
Credit card lending rose in September as concerns about consumer debt continue to grow.
Nearly one in six adults are having to rely on credit cards for financial survival as debt worries grow, new research has revealed.
The money-saving experts from moneyguru.com have revealed the handy money habits guaranteed to save you pennies and reduce your financial woes.
Alastair Douglas, CEO of TotallyMoney.com gives his top tips on how to make the most of balance transfer credit cards.