Unsecured debt hit a new peak of £14,540 per household in 2019 according to TUC analysis. Meaning that the average household debt is now 31% above its peak before the financial crisis. The analysis shows that unsecured debt per household rose to £14,540 in the third quarter of 2019, which is up £430 on a…

According to new research by GoCompare, only 43% of consumers will start the new decade with their finances in good shape. Younger adults are the least optimistic about their finances.  Just 29% of 18 to 24-year olds and 26% of 25 to 34-year olds feel they are in good order.  In stark contrast, over half…

Annual household bills have risen by £112 during the past year, according to new statistics from comparethemarket.com. The research which analyses the cost of energy, home and motor insurance since 2015 has shown a relentless rise in bills for households across the country. On average, people are spending £2,707 on these three products over the year…

Credit Connect Media will host its first free live webinar in February. The webinar titled “How to accelerate effective collections with digital transformation” will be the first of a series of webinars looking at the latest thematic innovations enhancing collections strategy. The first partner for the webinar will be Lightico, winner of the Contact Centre…

Here is an overview of The Money Charity’s latest statistics for December 2019: Personal debt in the UK People in the UK owed £1,665 billion at the end of October 2019. The average total debt per household, including mortgages, was £59,840 and per adult was £31,569, around 111.7% of average earnings. Net mortgage lending rose…

Consumer spending in November grew by just 0.9 per cent year-on-year, representing a decline in real terms when accounting for inflation, as restrained expenditure continues ahead of Christmas according to new data from Barclaycard. The data showed that spending on essentials showed no movement whilst spending on non-essentials was up 1.3 per cent, presenting a…

Here is an overview of The Money Charity’s latest statistics for November 2019: Personal debt in the UK People in the UK owed £1,661 billion at the end of September 2019. This is up from £1,612 billion at the end of September 2018, an extra £930 per UK adult over the year. The average total…

Credit Connect has announced its inaugural Credit & Collections Technology company power list for 2019. The power list is the first edition of what will be an annual round-up of the most prominent innovating companies within credit and collections technology. Within the list, Credit Connect has identified the top 20 ‘Premier’ innovators highlighting the achievements…

Here is an overview of The Money Charity’s latest statistics for October 2019: Personal debt in the UK People in the UK owed £1,650 billion at the end of August 2019. This is up from £1,604 billion at the end of August 2018, an extra £876 per UK adult over the year. The average total…

To mark World Mental Health Day, four leading banks have announced they are backing Money and Mental Health’s campaign to ‘Stop the DebtThreats.’ Barclays, Monzo, Nationwide and Metro Bank have joined over 30 charities in calling on the government to change out-of-date rules on debt letters, to make them less intimidating, and more supportive to…

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