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Spending Habits in the UK 2013

SPENDING HABITS =a IN THE UK ==X What did the people of Britain spend there money on in 2013? Boozing at home cost households more than More was spent on gambling on average each week than going to the cinema, concerts, theme parks, museums and the theatre combined. On Cakes, buns and biscuits ate up more cash each week than fresh fruit. Households spent £3.60 on sweet stuff and £3.20 on fresh fruit. Northern Ireland were the drinking in bars, pubs and clubs. The average weekly spend on alcohol consumed in average, £3.20 was spent on gambling each week the home was £7.80, while £7.40 was spent on alcohol consumed outside the home Country that spent the most on these treats. 2$ 24 £4.20 was the average household spend for each week on takeaways to eat at home, which is around £1 a week more than that spend on fresh fruit and vegetables. Households where the People across the UK spent £4.60 on average per week on their pets. Those in the South West spent the most averaging £5.90 per week. head is aged 50-64 spent the most on alcohol and tobacco. When it came to drinking alcohol at home, they forked out £10.10 a week Boozing at home cost households more than drinking in bars, pubs and clubs. The average weekly spend on alcohol consumed in the home was £7.80, while £7.40 was spent on alcohol consumed outside the home Hair and beauty treatments have risen in popularity with UK households spending an average of £3.50 per week on them, a significant increase from previous years. The average British household spent £10.10 a week on their phone or mobile, London being the highest spending city. Those aged 30-49 spent the most, around£12.40. NEED EXPERTFINANCIAL ADVICE? Britton www.brittonfinancial.co.uk %24

Spending Habits in the UK 2013

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This infographic gives you a detailed insight into what exactly us Brits are spending and what exactly we spend most of our money on, probably without even realising the effect it's having o our bank ...

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