Spending on plastic has taken over cash when it comes to spending according to a new report this week. This could be bad news for some as spending on cards can make it difficult to keep a track of spending.
Another article has been published recently in a national newspaper about the rising levels of women in debt. We challenge the view that all women are in debt due to irresponsible spending.
New reports show an increase in the number of Brits using pawnbrokers to get cash for their possessions. We take a look at this new trend and other ways in which people are trading/swapping their possessions.
There was a time when the great divide between “labels” defined those that shop by price, and those that don’t. But somewhere along the lines, these divides have blurred with the bunt of the recession, and a new breed of shopper has evolved…the bargain hunter.
During the last 12 shopping days of 2009, consumers spent £4 million pounds more on credit cards than they did the previous year.