The idea of using a lottery to encourage people to save is far from a winning strategy. It may just encourage more people to play the state-sponsored lottery than to put money away for the future.
The idea of using a lottery to encourage people to save is far from a winning strategy. It may just encourage more people to play the state-sponsored lottery than to put money away for the future. . .
The idea of using a lottery to encourage people to save is far from a winning strategy. It may just encourage more people to play the state-sponsored lottery than to put money away for the future. . .

Lottery to encourage people to save money is far from a sound idea

April 02, 2015 10:39 AM

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