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We are spending an astonishing £20 million a day using plastic; money which will eventually cost us far more in repayments, thus increasing our debt.
The average household now owes about £2,500 on cards, up 10.5 per cent in 12 months and the highest growth in 11 years.My generation, the baby boomers, are largely unaffected.We’ve paid for our homes and have years of experience at balancing budgets.We’re the cautious, relatively frugal section of the population.People in their twenties and thirties, however, face a different problem when it comes to debt – the lack of affordable housing.Teaching primary school children about personal finance might help, but we need far stricter controls on credit.
Banks are helping fuel a dangerous debt binge by offering credit cards to families with little or no income.
Trapped in rental accommodation or forced to live with their parents, many are opting to spend funds that previously would have gone towards a deposit for a house on fun – clothes, shoes, holidays, eating out and travel. They are building debt because they can see no way out of their situation – with house building at a trickle and mortgage approvals by high street banks continuing to drop.
Government help for Generation Rent seems ineffectual as baby boomers invest in Buy to Let properties with their pensions.
The credit limit we set is based on the affordability of the product and the applicant’s ability and willingness to pay it back.’Providers including Argos, Capital One, Vanquis, Aqua and Very are also among brands that will consider applications from the unemployed, according to the website uk.
A spokesman for Vanquis said: ‘Whilst being unemployed does not automatically preclude someone from being accepted for credit, in most cases it would make it less likely that they will be accepted.’Fiona Hoyle, of the Finance and Leasing Association, said: ‘Each lender will have their own specific way of checking their customers’ credit worthiness, and this is taken very seriously because, ultimately, it is not in their interest to provide credit to anyone who cannot make the repayments.’Yorkshire Bank said it reviewed a customer’s employment situation, income, existing debts, credit rating and other commitments such as rent and bills when considering an application.
Five years ago, 82 credit cards demanded applicants earn at least £10,000 a year. The Office for National Statistics said yesterday that household borrowing has rocketed to its highest level since records began in 1987.