Family financial support of adult children in Great Britain (UK) 2013, by loan type

Parental financial support given to or received by adult children in Great Britain (United Kingdom) as of 2013, by size and type of loan

by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 19, 2013
Family financial support of adult children in Great Britain (UK) 2013, by loan type This statistic shows the distribution of parental financial support given to adult children in the form of large or small, regular or once-off loans in Great Britain (United Kingdom) as of 2013. At that time, approximately 80 percent of British adult respondents had never received a large regular loan from their parents, nor given one to their adult children. At the same time, approximately 73 percent of British adults reported that they have received from their parents (or have given to an adult child) small once-off loans (as "cash in hand").
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Parental financial support given to or received by adult children in Great Britain (United Kingdom) as of 2013, by size and type of loan

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Neither received nor givenHave received from parent as adult /
Have given to adult child
Large one off payment (e.g. deposit for a flat, wedding, car, holiday)55%45%
Large regular payments (bills, lessons, insurance etc)80%20%
Small one off payments (cash in hand)27%73%
Small regular payments (for essential shopping, transport etc)69%31%
Neither received nor givenHave received from parent as adult /
Have given to adult child
Large one off payment (e.g. deposit for a flat, wedding, car, holiday)55%45%
Large regular payments (bills, lessons, insurance etc)80%20%
Small one off payments (cash in hand)27%73%
Small regular payments (for essential shopping, transport etc)69%31%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Oct 19, 2013
This statistic shows the distribution of parental financial support given to adult children in the form of large or small, regular or once-off loans in Great Britain (United Kingdom) as of 2013. At that time, approximately 80 percent of British adult respondents had never received a large regular loan from their parents, nor given one to their adult children. At the same time, approximately 73 percent of British adults reported that they have received from their parents (or have given to an adult child) small once-off loans (as "cash in hand").
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