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Savings behavior

Surprisingly fewer savings after inheritance parents

By on 23 December 2016
After having received an inheritance, we put less money in our savings accounts. That oddly enough is the conclusion drawn after investigating the personal finance of thousands of Danes, before and after inheriting.
Savings behavior

Visegrad household savings: mostly driven by GDP

By on 24 November 2016

GDP has a significant effect on total savings in Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland. That’s concluded in ‘Panel analysis of the influence of macroeconomic factors on the…

Savings behavior

These factors decide which partner dictates financially

By on 28 October 2016

Who’s making the financial decisions at home? For years, researchers thought they could answer this question by just asking one of the partners. But when asking both men and…

Savings behavior

Threat of divorce made women financially stronger

By on 26 October 2016

Single and divorced fourty-something mothers are significantly more financial vulnerable than their female friends who are married or remarried, an American scientific research recently reconfirmed. But yet, thanks to…

Savings behavior

Good savers tend to be steady consumers

By on 24 October 2016

Does your purchasing and consumption behavior show a lot of fluctuations? Then researchers doubt you have built up a substantial financial buffer. A scientific investigation in 34 western countries…