December 19, 2020

Don’t Want to Work Longer Because of COVID-19?

Category: Manage Finances
Money expert Vanessa Stoykov explains how COVID-19 has affected some Australian’s finances for the worst – and shares her top tips on what to do about it.

While I have been talking to people for many years about their money, I really wondered what COVID-19 had done to Australians – and if people truly understood the long term financial ramifications of the pandemic.

To find out, I commissioned an independent research company The Digital Edge to conduct a survey of over 1,000 Australians across a range of ages, locations, and socio-economic backgrounds.

 

 

 

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