A finder.com.au survey found that a whopping 47%, that’s right, almost 50% of people in the survey made a costly money mistake. Making their wealth suffer.
The most common financial mistake was ‘divorce’. This was quantified at an average cost of $144,774 per person and is estimated to effect 1.36million Australians.
The second most common culprit was a bad ‘property investment’. The estimated loss on a bad property investment was $106,104 and estimated to effect 1.27million Australians.
Too much gambling came in third. Gambling was estimated to effect 1.11million Australians.
All of these financial mistakes exceeded people ‘caught out by online scams’. Online scams effect 789,704 Australians.
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