Hungarian Society More Financially Aware

Analysis

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The challenges of the last two or three years have made society more financially aware, according to research prepared by BÁV Zálog, writes profitline.hu.

The developments of the past months and the following period may also test this ability to adapt, so those who can save as much as possible.

The survey results also highlighted that 71% of the Hungarian population feels that their financial situation has worsened.

However, the number of those who have savings has increased, even those with enough reserves for more than a year. That is due to planning ahead, saving money, and putting off family investments that can be postponed.

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