cost of living crisis

The cost of living crisis is impacting how we eat as a family

Half of Brits unable to treat the family due to cost of living crisis

The cost of living crisis is impacting how we eat as a family, with nearly half (46%) of Brits now feeling like they are unable to treat their family as often according to new research.

The study, conducted by pub company and brewer, Greene King, has revealed how the current climate has changed the classic family mealtime.

Despite 70% of respondents believing eating out is...

The study uncovers the devastating impact of the cost-of-living crisis

3 in 10 Brits are at risk of becoming homeless in 2023

The study uncovers the devastating impact of the cost-of-living crisis, with over a third of those surveyed (35 percent) saying they are at risk of being unable to cover basic housing costs, meaning they could be forced out of their current home.

Almost a quarter (24 percent) confess they would be genuinely worried about being out on the streets if they lost their home, with 20...

Topping the list of cutbacks is eating out

Cost-of-living Crisis is Fast-Tracking Relationships

The cost-of-living crisis is well and truly upon us, and with inflation higher than it’s been for decades and energy bills set to rise again in October, the future appears worrying. As a result, Brits across the country are looking to rebalance the books and prepare for what’s to come.

A survey of 4,909 renters, carried out by leading flatshare site SpareRoom , shows an increase in...

The home-side hustles - which see property owners earning cash by renting out different parts of their property

Side hustles: How renting out parts of your home could help you earn up to £20,000 a year

THE cost of living crisis is set to push tens of millions of people into debt.

Rocketing energy prices, rising shopping bills and eye-watering hikes at the petrol-pumps mean many people will be ditching nights out and staying indoors instead.

But according to one property expert the solution to the financial crisis could lie very close to home.

Jonathan Rolande,...

Brits are still spending £2,880 per year on takeaways

Brits are spending an average of £2,880 per year despite the cost of living crisis

After a tumultuous two years and as the UK sees yet another rise in inflation, new research carried

out by Chopstix Noodle Bar suggests that Brits are still spending £2,880 per year on takeaways.

It seems that the cost of living crisis is doing little to affect the spending habits of Brits

with half of the 2,000 respondents surveyed saying that they spend...

Second hand clothes

Millions of Brits turn to second hand sites as cost of living crisis worsens

The current cost of living crisis has meant that millions of Brits are turning to second hand sites in an effort to save or make a bit of extra money.

That’s according to new research by , which found that nearly half (43%) of UK adults said they have turned to buying second-hand due to rising living costs.

The data shows that UK adults are also selling their...

top tips and tricks for switching to monthly payments and spreading the cost

Experts explain simple hacks that will slash bills

The cost of living has hit a 30 year high with inflation soaring to 6.2%, so it is vital to understand how to better manage our money.

Many people pay large lump sums of money towards utilities and services; however, insurance expert Catherine Grayson from A-Plan Insurance looked at ways to manage your money more effectively.

She reveals some top tips and tricks for...

These are the top beauty treatments Brits are trying themselves at home

A recent study by Currys has analysed the Google search volume for “how to.. at home” range of beauty treatments to discover the ones people are trying to cut costs on the most.

The cost-of-living crisis has forced many loyal in-salon beauty-goers to rethink where and how they can cut costs by replicating treatments at home, leading to a shift in luxuries and wants. This beauty...