‘A significant number of Brits have already given up on trying to fulfil their resolutions for the new year, according to new research, with many financial pledges forgotten.
Despite starting 2006 with promises of sorting out their personal finances and taking a more organised approach to money management, it seems that many people are happy to go back to their old habits.
Figures released by IFA Promotion revealed that 39 per cent of Brits, around three million, have already given up on their resolutions. ‘
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