Savings study

Savings study

Savings study. EMBARGOED TO 0001 MONDAY FEBRUARY 10 File photo dated 30/07/14 of a piggy bank. Two-fifths of over-50s savers have had to give up putting money in their accounts for an extended period of time as other outgoings took priority, a survey has found. Issue date: Monday February 10, 2020. Unexpected bills and helping other family members financially are among the reasons why over-50s have to take a savings break, Co-op Insurance found. See PA story MONEY Savings. Photo credit should read: Nick Ansell/PA Wire URN:50186248 (Press Association via AP Images)

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February 09, 2020 03:22:34 AM
February 09, 2020 08:22:36 AM
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