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financially embarrassed

Having little to no money. Any chance we can go out to dinner next week? I'm just a little financially embarrassed right now.
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financially embarrassed

Euph. broke. I'm a bit financially embarrassed at the moment. Gary found himself financially embarrassed when the time came to pay the bill.
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FactorTrust pointed to the Center for Financial Services Innovation as good source for information about the income of financially underserved consumers.
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Almost half of parents (48%) living with children under the age of 18 say they are financially stable, but this figure drops to 40% among those with older children at home, the poll for Mintel found.
He understands the critical importance of access to a complete range of quality financial services for families and entrepreneurs, and has worked tirelessly to achieve that important vision of a financially inclusive world."
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Synopsis: Two-thirds of adults worldwide are financially illiterate, with sizable gaps between men and women.
consumers that it previously identified through its research as financially struggling.
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