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Chart of the Day: Do Singaporeans need help managing their money?

Younger consumers do, according to a YouGov survey.

Consumers aged 18 to 24 (81%) and 25 to 34 (82%) in Singapore need help managing their money, according to a survey by YouGov.

These age groups particularly want to understand how to use investments to grow their money (45% for 18–24, 47% for 25–34). 

Those aged 18-24 also want help planning for future life events (44%), and hope to learn how to set a budget and track all of their expenses (42%).

Those aged 25-34 also want help planning for future life events (36%) and to learn how to better manage their money (40%).

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