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Mirror.co.ukOne in 3 young parents won't be able to afford Christmas as cost of living continues to hit struggling householdsMirror.co.ukA third of young parents expect to get into debt over Christmas amid rising food costs and stagnating wages, according to a new report. A survey of 4,000 people aged 18-30 by the Young Women's Trust showed that one in three believe they will be faced ...
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The IndependentCredit card customers caught up in spiralling debt could save up to £1.3bn under new rulesThe IndependentCredit card customers struggling with severe debt could save up to £1.3bn a year under new rules being put forward by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority. If the proposals go ahead, it could see lenders waive or even cancel interest or charges for the ...Plans to help those with persistent credit card debt 'may still leave some vulnerable'AOL UKall 14 news articles »
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Young people need financial education in the workplace - Citywire.co.uk

Young people need financial education in the workplaceCitywire.co.ukPart of the problem may be that younger people are too preoccupied with making their wages stretch now to think about making decisions about their long-term finances. Another survey by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association showed that both male ...19-05-2017

Young people need financial education in the workplace
Citywire.co.uk
Part of the problem may be that younger people are too preoccupied with making their wages stretch now to think about making decisions about their long-term finances. Another survey by the Pensions and Lifetime Savings Association showed that both male ...

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