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  • The real cost of being single in Australia
  • The real cost of being single in Australia
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The real cost of being single in Australia

Australia’s Suncorp Bank has released a report about the spending habits of the nation’s 6.5 million single population. November, December and January (also dubbed ‘singles season’) were revealed to be the most expensive months.

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