The majority of people in Lithuania plan both their income and their expenditures, and most also know their family’s most important monthly expenses. But only just over one in five people make plans for their own and their family’s finances, and most of those plans are for a shorter length of time than is recommended. Such are the findings of a survey of the country’s residents conducted by Spinter Tyrimai in February this year on behalf of INVL Asset Management, one of Lithuania’s leading asset management companies.
Surveys show that employers and employees in Lithuania rate the impact of incentives on long-term motivation differently. While employers place more value on measures directly linked to work, employed persons say that other things would encourage their long-term loyalty more – solutions focused on their personal needs, like long-term pension accumulation or health insurance. That was shown by surveys of residents and company heads conducted this spring by Spinter Tyrimai for INVL Asset Management, one of Lithuania’s leading asset management companies.