Are you a saver or in debt?
Excluding mortgages and student loans … Overall, are you in-credit or overdrawn (ie, do you have more money in savings than you have on credit cards or loans)?
Which of these is closest to your situation?
|In debt: over £100,000 more debt than savings||210 votes (2 %)|
|In debt: up to £1,000 more debt than savings||380 votes (4 %)|
|In debt: £1,000 - £4,999 more debt than savings||1,088 votes (10 %)|
|In debt: £10,000 - £24,999 more debt than savings||1,185 votes (11 %)|
|In debt: £25,000 - £100,000 more debt than savings||673 votes (6 %)|
|In debt: £5, 000 - £9,999 more debt than savings||960 votes (9 %)|
|Roughly same debt as savings (or neither of both)||564 votes (5 %)|
|Saver: over £100,000 more savings than debt||855 votes (8 %)|
|Saver: up to £1,000 more savings than debt||376 votes (3 %)|
|Saver: £1,000 - £4,999 more savings than debt||936 votes (9 %)|
|Saver: £10,000 - £24,999 more savings than debt||1,231 votes (11 %)|
|Saver: £25,000 - £100,000 more savings than debt||1,498 votes (14 %)|
|Saver: £5,000 - £9,999 more savings than debt||814 votes (8 %)|
10,770 votes received.
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