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Take Our Survey: Reviewing Our Savings Habits


By IMAGE
04th Jan 2016

Young woman sitting with mug in home office

Take Our Survey: Reviewing Our Savings Habits

Enter our survey and be in with a chance to win a luxury candle set?

IMAGE and RaboDirect have partnered to find out how we are all managing our finances as life constantly changes around us. ?Following the huge success of our first survey on women’s spending habits, we want to delve deeper into how and why we save and for what. – We’d love to hear what and how you’re saving for and?how dedicated you are to continue looking after your future.

In our first survey we discovered that the economic downturn has made us nest egg savers – 71% of you said you regularly contribute to a savings account – but few of you (only 41%)?have set up a pension. Find out all the other interesting stats plus hear from real Irish women talking honestly about their finances in our Money Talks series.

The following survey will take you less than ten minutes to complete, is 100% anonymous and will help us to build an accurate financial profile of Irish women in 2016.

We also have 20 luxury candle sets to give away with winners chosen at random once all surveys are completed.

Thank you so much for taking part, we look forward to revealing the results!

 

TAKE OUR SURVEY!