City among nation's worst for saving up
The Herald|October 27, 2021
PLYMOUTH has been named as one of the 'worst places in Britain for saving money as new research shows that 34% of the city's people never contribute to their savings after payday.
ALEX GREEN

Managing your finances is not always straightforward, but having a rainy-day fund can help take that stress away.

Debt management company Lowell has conducted research into the saving habits of the UK following payday, and can reveal that nearly a quarter of Brits do not put any of their wages into savings.

The data also highlighted that one in ten Brits are spending up to 60% of their wages within the first week of receiving it.

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