Most Poles pay their bills on time. Mostly the young are late

According to the study, 14.1 percent of his countrymen admit that during the pandemic he is late with the payment of current bills or other permanent financial obligations. However, this problem does not concern 81.7 percent. respondents from a representative sample of over a thousand adult Poles. In turn, 4.2 percent. of respondents do not take a position on this issue.

There are people who constantly have problems with paying their bills on time, regardless of the situation in the country. This is mainly due to low wages or no work. They are in debt more than they should. I don’t think the pandemic is having a huge impact on that. Perhaps without it, this percentage would not be more than 14 percent, but 10 percent. – comments Piotr Kuczyński, financial market analyst.

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