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the day on which you receive pay for your work

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Claire Reid, from accounts firm PWC in Scotland, said: "Black Friday falls comparatively early this year, before pay day for many consumers.
Campaign group the Fawcett Society dubbed yesterday Equal Pay Day - the day in the year when it is calculated women "start to work for free" because of the difference in the pay of men and women.
Pay day loans receive a great deal of publicity, but a recent study by The Young Foundation working with the Welsh Government finds that other forms of credit home credit or doorstep loans and rent-to-own (hire purchase) are far more widely used yet have received far less scrutiny.
uk revealed that 43% of visitors to its website had already taken five or more pay day loans out in the past year alone, as they grapple with a sharp rise in everyday prices and slowing wage growth.
Gary Harvey, defending, said his client was a single man of good character who had been living alone and who had pay day loans coming out of his ears.
Each year, Equal Pay Day marks the point at which women working full-time effectively stop earning as they are paid on average 14.
European Equal Pay Day reminds us of the unequal pay conditions women still face in the labour market," said Viviane Reding, the EU's Justice Commissioner, in a statement.
The revelation came after the archbishop received widespread publicity when he told Errol Damelin, Wonga chief executive, that the Church of England wanted to drive the pay day lenders out of business through the creation of credit unions to offer an alter native.
The number of people coming in for help is ten times greater than four years ago, which is attached to pay day lending.
THE endless increase in pay day loans, pawn brokers, food banks and soup kitchens in the UK is embarrassing, humiliating and shameful.
I READ with interest your article on pay day lenders and concerns expressed by the city council about poor, if not predatory, lending practices.
Hard working families are feeling the brunt of the recession and the cuts more than most and are turning to these vile pay day loans.
MORE than 60% of people who took out pay day loans used the money to pay for household bills or buy essentials such as food, nappies and petrol, a survey by Which?
Equal Pay Day marks how far into the next financial year a woman would need to work, on average, before she would earn the same amount as a man earned in the previous financial year alone.
PEOPLE seeking short-term loans to help them make it to pay day have been urged to turn to credit unions for help.