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40 percent of Russians do not make savings for a “rainy day”, reports TASS with reference to the results of the research service job Superjob.
16 percent of respondents believe that savings will last less than a month. 21 percent of respondents expect to be able to survive after losing all sources of income for up to two months. Enough savings to survive for up to six months, gained 12 percent, 6 percent — to a year. Five percent have enough savings for a period of more than a year.
While 29 percent of respondents admitted that they do not conduct financial accounting personal income and spending, and 53 percent are estimated accounting. Strictly monitor finances 18 percent of respondents. One in five (21 per cent) not planning future incomes and expenses, 40% are planning their finances less than six months, 23 percent at six months to a year. More than a year forward look 16 percent of respondents.
Earlier joint study of the Higher school of Economics and Institute of research and examination of Vnesheconombank showed that 3 percent of the wealthiest Russians in 2018 owned 89 percent of all financial assets, 92 per cent of all term deposits and 89 percent of all cash savings. 20 percent of the poorest had 6, 4 and 3 percent, respectively.
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