(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 11 – 70% of Italians set a budget before leaving for the holidays, “between those who carefully try not to exceed (41% of the sample) and those who usually fail to respect it (29% of sample)”. This is what emerges from a study by the Revolut financial app in collaboration with the research company Dynata, on a representative sample of the Italian population of 1000 adults.
Upon returning from summer holidays, therefore, it will happen to many to realize that they have exceeded the set limit, but the attitude of 6 out of 10 respondents is quite forgiving: from an 11% who will not notice it since they say they do not manage their spent too much in detail, to 35% who will only care a little about it and then forget about it, passing through 13% who think “you only live once”.
On the other hand, there is a 27% who upon returning from vacation will establish a recovery plan, giving up some extras and managing money carefully for a period of time, while only 14% will return home from vacation calm because thanks to their ability expense control, claims to never exceed their budget.
Whether they have set their budget and exceeded their budget or not, 65% of Italians will tend to spend less than usual for a few weeks when they return from their holidays. – such as dining out, shopping, etc. – for some time, while 35% will try to spend less but will still keep some extra activities to ensure some fun. (ANSA).