Monday June 1, 2020

Ireland’s spending days ‘over’

Most adults would opt to save or repay their debts if they received an unexpected lump sum, according to new research which suggests that the Irish public’s free-spending days are now gone.

5th December, 2009

Most adults would opt to save or repay their debts if they received an unexpected lump sum, according to new research which suggests that the Irish public’s free-spending days are now gone.

Amárach Research asked 1,000 Irish adults what they would do if they received a tax-free windfall of €10,000. It found that a typical Irish adult would save 41 per cent of the cash and use a further 31 per cent of...

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