Daily Express|July 08, 2020
This means going out less, making fewer impulse purchases and buying clothes less often, in a bid to stop frittering away money.
Britons saved on average £581 each during the first three months of the crisis and Hargreaves Lansdown personal finance analyst Sarah Coles said: “There wasn’t much to love about lockdown life, but at least it was cheap.”
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July 08, 2020