A survey of UK adults, carried out by IFA Promotion, found 43% of those questioned felt the Governme...
A survey of UK adults, carried out by IFA Promotion, found 43% of those questioned felt the Government has made them less inclined to save. Some 19% said savings initiatives have made no impact, while a third said the Government has made them more inclined to save for the future. The research was carried out among 1,000 people aged 15 and above between the 11 and 13 April. IFA Promotion has produced a factsheet,
How to Get Saving, that addresses the need for and methods of saving.
To obtain a free copy, call 0800 085 3250 or visit www.unbiased.co.uk.
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