Living without a bank account: an anomaly of 700,000 people in Spain

Living without a bank account: an anomaly of 700,000 people in Spain

Having a bank account has become almost an obligation in developed countries. To collect payroll, receive pension, pay utility bills, pay taxes… a multitude of operations require banking. Even so, there are still, even in Spain, people who have no relationship with financial institutions. The latest Global Findex report from the World Bank puts numbers …

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