Half of Lithuanian households would struggle to cover unplanned expenses

Although more than half of Lithuanians believe their knowledge of personal finance planning is "good" and a third think that it is at least "average", as many as 45 percent of those surveyed would have difficulties to pay for unexpected expenses of up to EUR 300.
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