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Which Poles are most canny about money?

11.02.2020 07:50
Divorcees in Poland and people with children are the most knowledgeable on financial matters, a survey has found.
Image by Bruno Germany from Pixabay
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Singles and widowers are the least well informed, according to the study.

Meanwhile, the better paid a person, the more likely he or she is to have a sound understanding of issues such as loans, debt, household budget management and savings, the survey said.

The study interviewed 1,001 adult Poles and was carried out by the Maison & Partners company for the Kapitalni.org website, which aims to provide information on financial affairs in an understandable form.


Source: PAP