According to the latest research, 30 per cent of people in the UK get into debt every year due to overspending at Christmas.
According to the latest research, British consumers are set to spend £4.4 billion with small businesses this Christmas.
According to the latest research, two-thirds of employees do not feel comfortable talking about their finances at work, despite more than a fifth of people struggling to make ends meet.
According to the latest research, cash usage is declining throughout the world, with credit/debit cards, bank transfers and eWallets becoming the most popular method of payment during the last year.
According to research published by digital bank Revolut, a greater number of millennials are taking steps to prepare for their financial futures than previously thought.
SMEs and start-ups have less than five months to shift from taking cash only to accepting cards before a shopper’s expectations change. The higher demand in card payments by consumers is becoming a large factor in how a small business
SME’s and start-ups have less than five months to shift from taking cash only to accepting cards before a shopper’s expectations change. The higher demand in card payments by consumers is becoming a large factor in how a small business
MP’s are backing calls for changes to the current tax regime in a bid to halt the current decline in UK high streets and town centres and allow them to flourish in the future.
For the sixth year in a row, sales have fallen on Britain’s high streets in December.
The latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have shown that retail sales have increased at a much faster rate than anticipated.
Industry figures have revealed that credit card lending is rising at its fastest pace since February after the summer’s hot weather boosted retailers.
According to data from Barclaycard, people in the UK have continued to splash the cash this summer, with consumer spending up 4.5 per cent in August compared to the previous year.