The ING International Survey Savings 2019 highlights the difficulties people are facing across Europe, the USA and Australia when it comes...
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percent of Australians think talking about money with friends and family is taboo. Many want to avoid social comparisons around finance
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is the age of Alexandra Andresen, the world’s youngest billionaire
billionaires live in Western Europe, according to a 2018 study. That compares to 631 in North America
Do you talk about money on social media?
What is inequity aversion?
Happy with your salary? Why more money might not be the key
How happy relationships relate to money
Is a university education worth it?
Equal pay – are the odds in your favour?
You are probably paid less than your boss. It could be because of her experience and skills but it could also just be a way to make you work harder.
Football might pay well – but players peak early
Chasing the holiday sun? Think again
What is the poverty line?
Where do Europe’s wealthiest people live?
What is a NEET?
Will joining the sharing economy boost my income?
Did you know…football manager can be considered a high-risk job?
What is money?
What is the money illusion?
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