Why do some people save more than others, even if they have similar incomes?
Young people don’t have a care in the world, some might say.
Yet the under-30s were hit harder by the 2007-2012 downturn than any other group, according to the global Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Findings of a new ING survey suggest concern that the next generation is locked out of owning.
Generation Rent is the name given to the growing group who, unlike previous generations, cannot afford to buy a home. The ING International Survey on Homes and Mortgages 2015 asked almost 15,000 in 15 countries about how…