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Availability of money to save or invest for British adults 2015, by financial status

Adults opinions on not having enough money to save or invest in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2015, by family financial status

Availability of money to save or invest for British adults 2015, by financial status This statistic illustrates British adults' opinions on the statement that "I don't have enough money to save or invest" in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2015, by family financial status. It can be seen that out of people who were described as living for now, a total of 63.7 percent of respondents stated that they agreed that they do not have enough money to save or invest.
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Adults opinions on not having enough money to save or invest in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2015, by family financial status

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This statistic illustrates British adults' opinions on the statement that "I don't have enough money to save or invest" in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2015, by family financial status. It can be seen that out of people who were described as living for now, a total of 63.7 percent of respondents stated that they agreed that they do not have enough money to save or invest.
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