According to a joint survey by personal financial planning services Rabota.ru and Sber, more than half of Russians (62%) keep track of finances (mainly expenses) and regularly save on entertainment, clothing, household items home and travel (30-40%). ).
Izvestia got acquainted with the results of the survey and found out that the main savings items for residents of the Russian Federation are:
- entertainment (49% of respondents continue to spend in this area),
- clothes and shoes (40%),
- home shopping (37%),
- travel (33%)
- and transportation (23%).
At the same time, Russians consider it wrong to save on health (46%), food (42%), housing and communal services (26%), children’s items (24%), communications (19%), education (17%) . ), pets (16%) and car (13%).
It is noteworthy that of the 62% of respondents who believe they keep track of their finances, only 20% record each purchase. Another 12% do not constantly monitor income and expenses, but analyze only at the end of the month.
10% of Russians do not control spending and 9% do not plan to do so in the future.
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