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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A surprising way your parents can affect money choices
billion dollars were spent by Americans on pet food and treats in 2018
Should you make a fresh start for New Year?
billion pounds in debt are hidden by Brits from family and friends
percent of UK residents are over-indebted
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percent in Europe say to subsidise energy-efficient appliances
Cost of greener homes too high, Europe tells ING survey
Be your own choice architect: see your savings grow
percent of non-home owners don’t expect to ever buy a home
There’s no place like home – if you can afford one
Young – and prepared to wait for financial gain?
Are you a savvy flyer? Top tips for affordable jet-setting
Pair effects revealed in ING savings survey
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