Sophie Barber is a content marketing manager for Finder in the UK after previously working as a content manager at a digital marketing agency. She has over 5 years experience in writing and publishing clear, concise and informative online articles for a variety of websites.
She holds a Master's in English from the University of Exeter and is passionate about creating content that taps into trending topics and helps make personal finance decisions easier.
In her spare time, you can find her hunting down London's best vegetarian restaurants or relaxing with a book and a cup of coffee.
- Publishing original personal finance research
- Creating data-led statistics pages to highlight industry trends
- Cost of living and money saving tips
- MA English Literary Studies | University of Exeter
- BA (Hons) English | University of Exeter
Latest articles by Sophie Barber
14 articles written by this author
Costs to study in Europe, when including tuition fees, rent and living costs, vary, but here are the cheapest countries for students.
£556.3 million was lost to UK credit, debit and other payment card fraud in 2022. We look at the latest statistics on card fraud in the UK.
Having children can add great joy to your life, but it’s also undeniably expensive. So, what is the average cost of raising a child in the UK?
Managing your money on a daily basis can be tricky when the cost of living is high, so here are 8 apps to help you balance your budget.
We look at the average pension pot in the UK and other pension statistics.
We looked into the latest buy-to-let statistics to see how many of these mortgages have been taken out and how many Brits are living in rental properties in the UK.
The average person in the UK has £17,773 in savings but almost a quarter of Brits have no savings at all. Find out more in our latest savings statistics.
From the average house price to how many outstanding mortgages there are, we explore all the latest mortgage statistics in the UK.
We explore the latest small business statistics in the UK, including the number of SMEs and how this varies between industries and regions.