Almost a quarter of Scots have borrowed money from family and friends just to cover day-to-day living costs, according to new research.
Ofgem has been urged to set out how it will better support vulnerable energy customers who fall behind on their bills.
PEOPLE are being tipped into debt by festive spending – which they could spend much of 2019 trying to pay off when bills thud on to doormats.
A DEBT help charity is seeing growing numbers of people falling behind with fuel bills and a resurgence in the proportion of clients with high-cost credit such as payday loans.
WE'VE reached the halfway point in Stoptober as smokers up and down the country attempt to quit cigarettes.
OVERDRAFT charges have caused many a headache for current account customers, whether it’s through busting your overdraft limit without realising it, or being hit with a big monthly bill.
MORE than half of Scots have run out of money before payday, according to a new report which found that debt is "just a fact of life" for most people.
THE average "squeezed" 50-something has more in debts than savings, a survey has found.