The fifth annual ING International Survey on Savings asked almost 15,000 people in 15 countries how comfortable they are with the amount...
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What is a median?
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percent of people in the United States prefer financial security to moving up the income ladder
If you pay for a friend’s dinner, how long does it usually take them to pay you back?
If you lent EUR10 to a friend but had not been paid back, what would you do?
Can watching TV actually improve the way you manage money?
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