Nearly one third (29%) of UK adults have continued using uncompetitive products for longer than necessary due to ignoring confusing but important financial information

Lost in translation: UK adults ignore important financial information as they don’t understand terminology

One third of UK adults have continued using uncompetitive products longer that necessary due to ignoring information they found confusing Londoners are most likely to ignore important financial information and lost money due to it (17% vs 13% UK average)…

Average of £141 sat in unused “zombie” current accounts

Up to £1.2 billion could be sitting untouched in unused current accounts throughout the UK.

Over a third of Brits (37 per cent) have multiple accounts, but half of these people only use one of them on a day-to-day basis, according to a survey of 2,099 people in December published by Compare…

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