StepChange

StepChange is a registered charity that assists people who are in financial difficulty by providing free, independent, impartial and realistic advice through its free national telephone service, regional centres and online StepChange Debt Remedy.

More information is available on the StepChange website

The debt trap - exposing the impact of problem debt on children

Contributor: CCCS

Date: May 2014

StepChange Debt Charity and The Children’s Society have collaborated on this report to investigate the issues that problem debt has on family’s and in particular the lives of their children. The report firstly looks at the scale, drive...

StepChange statistics yearbook, personal debt 2013

Contributor: CCCS

Date: May 2014

This report summarizes key findings from StepChange Debt Charity's annual statistical review of clients and advice trends.

Working households’ experiences of debt problems

Contributor: CCCS

Date: November 2012

This report from from StepChange Debt Charity suggests that thousands of working households are struggling to meet the basic cost of living. The research, conducted for the charity by the Personal Finance Research Centre at the University of Brist...

CCCS Consumer debt and money report - Q2 2012

Contributor: CCCS

Date: September 2012

This quarterly report from CCCS focuses on the effect that the double-dip recession is having on UK households.

Consumer Debt and Money Report Q1 2012

Contributor: CCCS

Date: May 2012

This quarterly report from CCCS focuses on young people. Based on an analysis of CCCS client data, the report highlights the under 25s as a key group disproportionately affected by the current economic downturn. It notes high rates of unemployment...

London in the red

Contributor: CCCS

Date: May 2012

Following on from an earlier report Debt and the regions, which identified London as the most over-indebted region in Great Britain, this report uses data from CCCS clients to build up a picture of debt in the capital. Three key areas of special a...

Consumer debt and money report - Q4 2011

Contributor: CCCS

Date: February 2012

The report from CCCS describes recent developments and future trends in household debt through its new Interest Burden Index. The IBI shows how much money an average household spends on interest payments every month and how this reduces the amount...

Debt and the generations

Contributor: CCCS

Date: November 2011

This report is the second in a series of reports focusing on ‘Debt and the Family.’ It looks at the impact of debt on different generations of households. Using published research and analysis of CCCS’s client database, it contai...

Executive summary: Debt and household incomes

Contributor: CCCS

Date: September 2011

This report is the first part of a series of three reports called Debt and the family, which will look at the impact of debt and changing economic conditions on financially vulnerable households in the UK. Debt and household incomes looks at the ...

Debt and household incomes

Contributor: CCCS

Date: September 2011

This report is the first part of a series of three reports called Debt and the family, which will look at the impact of debt and changing economic conditions on financially vulnerable households in the UK. Debt and household incomes looks at the p...

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