The GuardianYoung people are borrowing to cover basic living costs, warns City watchdogThe Guardian... people go,” he told BBC Radio 4 on Monday. Unsecured household debt in Britain, which includes credit cards, overdrafts and car loans, recently topped £200bn for the first time since the financial crisis, up 10% in the past year. ... Joanna Elson ...Financial regulator warns of growing debt among young peopleBBC Newsall 13 news articles »
The IndependentHow to get on the property ladder, according to the experts | The ...The IndependentFor the UK's would-be buyers, it feels like an attack on all fronts. Property prices are stubbornly high and now Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England has ...and more »
The IndependentHow to get on the property ladder, according to the expertsThe Independent“Usually, the biggest challenge for first-time buyers in the UK is saving for the deposit, and inflation makes this even harder,” notes Daniel Hegarty, CEO and founder of online mortgage broker Habito. “With renting prices high and property prices ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukMoney Makeover: 'Can I get £30000 a year in retirement?'Telegraph.co.ukSam Smale is at a critical time in his life for financial planning. At 71, the semi-retired management consultant wants know if he can use his savings to an income of £30,000 a year, without eating into his capital so he has money to leave his two ...
BBC NewsFinancial regulator warns of growing debt among young peopleBBC NewsThe chief executive of the Financial Conduct Authority has warned of a "pronounced" build up of debt among young people. In an interview with the BBC, Andrew Bailey said the young were having to borrow for basic living costs. The regulator also said he ...and more »