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Categories: Economy, Personal Finances, Personal Debt and Insolvencies, Personal Income and Wealth, Labour Market, People not in Work, People and Places, Communities, Societal Wellbeing, Housing and Households, Households, Household Income and Expenditure, Low Income, Social Security Benefits, Business and Energy, Energy, Fuel Poverty
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Information on the selected domains and indicators that measure National Well-being. Articles draw together social and economic data from a wide range of government departments and other organisations; they paint a broad picture of UK society today, and how it has been changing.
This article on personal finance is part of a series which aims to explore in more detail the different domains that are considered important for the measurement of National Well-being. Personal finance can have a significant impact on people's sense of well-being and the financial situation of the population is an important aspect of National Well-being. This article examines different aspects of household income, expenditure and wealth, including financial poverty as well looking at people's own views about their own financial situation.