‘THIRTY per cent of Scots are in a perilous personal financial situation, with savings of £100 or less, research revealed yesterday.
That sum includes money in current and savings accounts, as well as individual savings accounts (ISAs), bonds and shares.
Financial experts say people should have about three months’ salary squirrelled away in case of emergency, and that those with only a fraction of that could face a bleak future.’
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