£14,000 – The amount by which first time buyers will be short of the average first deposit of £29,218 if they save though the new Help to Buy ISA, according to Fidelity Personal Investing.
£1,032 – The amount of extra disposable income a year that the fall in inflation gives to over -55 year olds, according to Aviva.
8% – Nearly 1 in 10 Britons spend more than three-quarters of their salary within the first week of being paid, according to confused.com.
89% – Nearly 9 in 10 over-55 year olds say they are aware of the recently launched pension reforms, according to insurer LV=.
11.3% – The unemployment rate within the Eurozone during February, the European Commission says.
£1,600 – The average amount saved per house purchase as a result of the reform of the Stamp Duty, according to Nationwide Building Society.
36% – Over a third of employees have bought lunch for their boss while 39% feel pressured to agree to do extra work, according to thinkmoney.
18% – The proportion of British people who hold stocks and shares in their ISA’s, according to Blackrock.