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  • Apprehensive Britons keep debt and savings from family
  • Apprehensive Britons keep debt and savings from family
    Fleur Brebels (2020) ©
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Apprehensive Britons keep debt and savings from family

Couples want to be open about their finances but many are scared of judgement. A study has found that people keep money secrets from friends and family out of fear, giving financial companies the opportunity to up their education initiatives around debt, focusing on family structures.

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