Nearly half (48%) of all young adults (18-34 age brackets) said a lack of disposable income affected their ability to save.
Three quarters of 18-24 and 63% of 25-34 year olds cut on spending in order to save.
Almost four in five (79%) of those with savings admitted to having to dip into their savings to cover their day-to-day living expenses.
New research by NS&I has revealed that nearly one in four people in the UK (23%) have no savings at all. This comes despite 77% of people saying…
During the financial crisis, the UK government stepped in to nationalise some of the country's biggest banks; coming onto the public sector’s books, they joined a retail savings bank set up by the Treasury over 150 years ago. Matt Ross meets Ian Ackerley, chief executive of NS&I.
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While losing money is common, with those prone to misplacing things often finding spare change in pockets (66%), bags (37%) and drawers/cupboards (34%), new research from NS&I reveals that 14% of Britons (7 million people) think they may have lost track of a financial product.
NS&I’s latest edition of its Financial Advice Barometer indicates that while security remains the top priority for advisers’ clients (55%), there has been a drop of 10 percentage points, from 14% in January 2018 to 4% in April 2018, in those citing income (regular and consistent returns) as the most important priority.
New research from NS&I reveals that personal finance worries are having a negative impact on the wellbeing of 17 million Britons, with a quarter (26%) revealing that the state of their personal finances has had a negative effect on their mental health.