People ‘remain dissatisfied’ with their current finances

A number of people still feel uneasy about their financial situation, which may mean individuals are increasingly concerned about debt problems.

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A number of people still feel uneasy about their financial situation, which may mean individuals are increasingly concerned about debt problems.

An Adfero street poll conducted in Sheffield city centre on April 29th found that 35 per cent of those questioned were dissatisfied with their current cash-flow circumstances.

One of those quizzed in the survey was 22-year-old Rosie Taylor, who said she believes things are going to be pretty tough for her in the future.

“Well, I’m a student so things are pretty awful. I spend too much and have nothing coming in and I can’t say I’m looking forward to hitting the job market soon,” she explained.

Another participant, Brian Thorn, admitted he was able to keep his debts from spiralling by not spending more than he could afford to.

According to research recently compiled by PayPal, women and retired people are less optimistic about increasing their spending in the coming months.

By Joe Shervin

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