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Quarter of Poles have no savings: survey

21.01.2021 08:30
Nearly a quarter of Poles, or 24 percent, say they have no savings, a new study has found.
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Meanwhile, around 30 percent say they have less than PLN 5,000 (some EUR 1,100, USD 1,340) in their nest eggs, according to a survey commissioned by the National Debt Register (KRD) company, a business data provider.

A further 35 percent of those polled said their savings were enough to last them about a month, the survey showed, as cited by Poland’s PAP news agency.

Only 13 percent said they had saved up enough to survive for more than a year without working, the news agency reported.


Source: PAP