TALLINN - SEB’s recent pan-Baltic study on the financial security of children reveals that Lithuanians save the most, or plan to begin saving for their children (57 percent), followed by Estonians (43 percent) and Latvians (28 percent), the bank said in a statement, reports LETA. In all three countries, the mother is primarily responsible for saving for the future of their child.“In today’s difficult economic situation, it is difficult to change people’s attitudes concerning their financial security, but it is very important to ensure that a child is provided...
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