Worse by a long shot, not on the breadline but savings have shrunk. I’m sure it’ll be the same for most people.
30 mins is not much but I think lot of people would probably prefer to get out of bed 30 mins later if they have a choice.Not much difference for me. Saving a bit from not going out or away on holiday but spent more on beer and food.
I'm still doing 2-3 days in the office, but it is a 10 miles / 15 min commute so only saving 30 mins a day when WFH.
30 mins is not much but I think lot of people would probably prefer to get out of bed 30 mins later if they have a choice.
Two distinct groups here.
Clearly those who have continued working are very likely to be better off. No holidays, less fuel usage, reduced outgoings.
But then those that were furloughed (or made redundant) are very likely to be significantly worse off.
Fortunately I fall in to the first category, of which I feel very thankful for but I really feel for those who have been made redundant. Especially with some of the major store chains closing.