The Wealth of the Nation report is a comprehensive look at the household income of Great Britain.  We also explore areas of over-indebtedness as well as high net worth individuals.

UNDERSTANDING THE
WEALTH OF THE NATION 

Wealth and incomes across Great Britain are changing at an ever rapid rate and not necessarily on an upward trajectory.  Disparities within very local areas are becoming more and more evident across the country.

The Wealth of the Nation report highlights the neighbourhoods where the highest and lowest incomes occur, but also identifies the creep of income away from London and the South East as more people take advantage of improved transport links.

The report also explores some work done with the Money Advice Service (MAS) on individuals concerned with the heavy burden of bills and credit commitments or who may have fallen behind with payments.  These people are defined as “over-indebted” and CACI report on the regional bias and their demographic traits.

At the opposite end of the spectrum, the report looks at the top 1% of the population who have assets totalling over £600,000.  These High Net Worth Individuals have very specific lifestyle characteristics and their locations may not be as expected.
 

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