Survey shows family finances are gradually improving

A new survey has found that 13 per cent of Irish adults say their disposable income has increased since December 2012.

21st January, 2014
An average family household is left with €367 at the end of a typical month.

A new survey has found that 13 per cent of Irish adults say their disposable income has increased since December 2012.

The Irish League of Credit Unions “What’s Left?” survey found that disposable income has increased by an average of €49 since 2012. 1.664 million people have €100 or less left at the end of the month once all the bills are paid, a decrease of 131,000 on the September 2013 figure of 1.795 million, it found.

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