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- How much will you spend on wedding season as most popular date approaches?
- The good, the bad and the unmanageable
- 38% of workers have sleepless nights due to money worries
- Do children know the value of money?
- What's the price of a good BBQ for father's day
- Budgeting for a UK music festival weekend
- Empty your wallet before you head for the festivals this summer
- 32% of people living in Yorkshire and the Humber think the UK will be cashless in 10 years or less, reveals Equifax research
- Children are putting their data at risk on social media sites
- Worry over paying unexpected bill tops concerns keeping workers awake at night
- A wedding invite can spell 'cost' as well as confetti!
- Size of personal debt continues to rise
- Keeping kids safe online over the Easter holidays
- Nearly 2 in 10 students have gone over their agreed overdraft limit without the lender’s approval
- Mortgage approvals on the up
- 13% of 8 to 9 year olds spend up to four hours on social media - despite having to be 13 to have an account
- Getting credit ready to get on the road
- 80% of UK parents oblivious to kids’ social media activity
- Make sure a partner’s debts don’t hang around after the relationship has ended
- 3 in 10 London parents use their overdraft most months
- Midlands residents most worried about an interest rate hike
- Londoners and residents in the South are worried about an interest rate hike
- Changes in stamp duty helping younger generation get mortgage ready
- Despite feeling the pinch this festive season Brits are giving more time & money to help those less fortunate
- Not in my name
- Over a quarter of couples don't set a budget for their wedding day
- Teens admit to being ‘carefree' with their cash
- How easy is it to steal a friend’s identity?
- Consumer confidence takes a hit after General Election
- A third of the UK population has experienced fraud or a scam after answering an unsolicited phone call
- CIFAS Fraudscape report: safeguarding the personal information of the next generation
- A quarter of families do not have a household budget
- Equifax delves into the dark web – and offers tips for consumers to protect personal data
- More UK citizens on the electoral register for 2017
- Nearly half of uk adults support calls for older homeowners to downsize in attempt to help generation rent
- 23% of consumers regret not budgeting properly
- The impact of Brexit on house prices
- One in five low earners worried about rising food costs
- As car finance grows in popularity, car buyers need to ensure they’re credit ready
- Equifax gains full FCA authorisation
- Nearly half of Brits think the bank of mum & dad will be the only way for young people to get on the property ladder
- Over a third of Brits concerned about meeting their financial commitments in 2017
- 10% of shoppers leave gift buying until Christmas Eve
- Over a quarter of Brits change online passwords less than once a year
- Nearly a third of brits feel pressured to spend more than they can afford this christmas
- Families set to spend nearly £600 on average for Christmas 2016
- Consumers expect to spend over £440 on average for Christmas 2016
- Equifax consumer confidence index reveals dip in financial confidence post-Brexit
- The blight of county court judgments
- Back to school expenses cost parents nearly £300
- As new campaign reveals scammers are getting cleverer Equifax urges consumers to do the basics
- Equifax consumer confidence index reveals dip in financial confidence at end of first quarter 2016
- Voters unaware of electoral roll changes may not be registered for the EU referendum
- First-time buyers currently applying for their first mortgage lack knowledge about the application process according to new research by Equifax
- Equifax sees rise in consumer queries about electoral registration
- Finance plays a vital role in new car sales - the focus on credit information increases
- As more Brits move home, Equifax urges them to take precautions to protect their identity
- Three quarters of UK consumers* unlikely to allow social media data to be used as part of credit application assessments
- Over a third of consumers don’t understand the influence on their credit score of being on the electoral roll
- As May sees second highest mortgage lending levels in eight years, Equifax urges borrowers to get ‘mortgage-ready’ before making applications
- What’s on your credit report?
- Vigilance – and common-sense – vital to stop identity theft in its tracks
- Equifax sorts fact from fiction – helping consumers understand what’s on their credit report and how to improve their credit score
- How do late payments affect credit status?
- What is the profile of the 'perfect' ID fraud victim?
- Being on the electoral register is important for more than just voting
- 4 in 10 home buyers think they would struggle to obtain evidence of all expenditure when applying for a mortgage
- Over half of consumers believe mortgage affordability assessments will slow down applications
- Over a third of consumers believe credit reference agencies have the final say in approving credit applications
- Plan ahead to make the most of great mortgage deals
- Equifax outlines the facts about electoral roll data
- Equifax welcomes new help for financially vulnerable
- Facing up to festive debts
- Avoid a financial New Year hangover
- Equifax reports 279% increase in boxing day orders for credit report services
- Prepare to get just what you didn’t want this christmas
- 16% of Britons take out credit with no intention of paying it back
- ‘Seasonal scrimpers’ and ‘re-gifters’
- Equifax welcomes ICO report on credit reference data quality
- Motorists should check their credit information before applying for new car finance
- Watch out for opportunistic fraudsters in student halls and on campus
- Equifax helps consumers navigate through the Snakes & Ladders of credit information
- Over half of homeowners will struggle if mortgage rates increase
- Equifax provides 8,000 free statutory credit reports as part of Money Advice Service awareness campaign
- Over 60 and still paying off the mortgage
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