20 Somethings Leave Their Parents Lagging In The Saving Stakes
21 June 2010
Saving savvy teens and twenty somethings are putting their parents’ generation to shame when it comes to financial management. Nearly a fifth (18%) of 20 somethings and nearly a quarter of those aged 18 to 19 aim to save up to £3,000 annually. This is in contrast to just one in seven of those in their 50’s who aim to save the same amount, according to research released today from Lloyds TSB Savings.