Coronavirus has caused many of us increased money worries due to a reduction in income and job security concerns. money.co.uk comments on financial anxiety and gives tips on how to cope with it during a pandemic.
COVID-19 has created turmoil in global financial markets, hitting many people’s pension pots. Money.co.uk comments on this concern and gives guidance for those thinking about retirement
UK Finance Household Review is reflecting on turbulent start to the first 3 months of the year- money.co.uk comments on these findings
New data reveals that almost half of UK businesses (42%) have less than 6 months of cash reserves as a result of lockdown restrictions. Money.co.uk comments on the state of the jobs market across the UK.
As lockdown measures start to ease, the money.co.uk is looking ahead to reveal the first things Brits will do when the restrictions on day-to-day life are fully lifted.
With much of the country officially closed for business, stay home Brits have used the nationwide lockdown to save on average £396 in the last six weeks. Money.co.uk reveals full data and comments further.
Workers can breathe a sigh of relief as the furlough scheme has been extended amid the coronavirus crisis. Money.co.uk comments on this.
The reality of coronavirus has meant that for many in the UK, upcoming holiday plans have been postponed or cancelled entirely. New figures show that 85% are concerned about fear, anxiety and worries about safety.
The government passed an emergency law in March that restricts landlords from evicting their tenants throughout June that stops landlords evicting tenants three months. Money.co.uk comments on this scheme.
Millions of homeowners have taken advantage of the government's mortgage holiday scheme, money.co.uk reveals the long term costs of taking a mortgage payment holiday
One in ten UK couples say lockdown has led them to plan a new baby, a national study* has revealed. Those most likely to plan for a lockdown baby live in London (18%), the North-east (18%) and Yorkshire & The Humber (14%), according to research by financial comparison experts money.co.uk.