£2Bn – The amount of tax that Labour allowed non-doms to avoid during the previous 13 years in government, the Liberal Democrats claim.
61% – The proportion of Britons who say they do not feel they have hit ‘financial adulthood’ until they have bought a house, says topcashback.
10 minutes – the amount of time the average Briton spends making an everyday decision, such as what to have for lunch or what to wear, according to Skipton BS.
12% – The proportion of people who say they borrowed money in 2014 to buy food, according to the Debt Advisory Centre.
1,400% – The return on the average buy-to-let investment, with a 75% loan to value mortgage, since 1995, according to Landhay.
25% – A quarter of people aged 18-234 are unaware that being registered to vote has a positive effect on their credit rating, says uSwitch.
89% – The proportion of people who say thay are not saving for retirement as a priority, says Avacade Future Solutions
48% – Nearly half of consumers use a regular current account to save money, according to moneysupermarket.