Article preview: Access to cash is a hot topic in the world of personal finance, with the Covid-19 pandemic accelerating an already significant trend towards digital and card payments. One of the downsides of this trend is a difficulty for more vulnerable consumers to be able to purchase basic goods. New research from Which? has found that people are unable to buy groceries and medicines as problems with cash acceptance in the UK grows.
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This 475-word blog post looks at new research from the consumer group Which?, finding that a growing number of vulnerable consumers are unable to buy basic goods and services with cash, as we increasingly move towards a cashless society. Written on 28th October 2020.
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