People's spending habits have changed as a result of COVID-19, according to the results of a Bank of Ireland survey.
The survey shows that many have ditched cash altogether in favour of contactless payments, while some have stopped using their credit cards.
People are also spending more on groceries, and 52% of those surveyed said they have cancelled or postponed an upcoming trip.
Charlie Weston, personal finance editor of the Irish Independent, joined us to discuss these findings and the latest developments in the airline refund saga.
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