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  • Britons use lockdown to master money management
  • Britons use lockdown to master money management
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Britons use lockdown to master money management

From slashing spending on non-essentials to solving credit card debt, many Britons are using their time in isolation to take control of their finances, according to a survey. While a sense of financial uncertainty is looming, extra free time has also given people a chance to tackle to-do lists.

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