Less than one per cent said they would be prepared to go without
nights with their mistress to save money, claims extra-marital dating website IllicitEncounters.
It should also go without
saying that nutritious food is part of their medical care so they can regain their strength and get back to full health.
About 28 per cent of people admit they run out of cash at least once a week, leading to them having to go without
treats, according a survey for the Alliance & Leicester, in which 2,000 people were questioned.
As a result, some of the unemployed may decide to go without
health insurance, either because they cannot afford it or because they fail to qualify for public insurance programs, such as Medicaid.
The patients in the Jaffray Hospital had to go without
hot food for almost a day yesterday when the ovens in the kitchens failed to work.
She was told she must have lost them and would have to pay for new ones or go without
In addition, even with incentives, many people may still decide to go without
healthcare unless it is a requirement.
com Around 12 per cent of families are hoping to save money by not taking a holiday abroad this year, while 27 per cent of parents said they would go without
nights out with friends to cut costs.
I'd rather go without
myself than disappoint my family.
For those who struggle to make ends meet, knowing how to manage money effectively can mean the difference between being able to provide for medicine for your family or having to go without
Now, nobody likes to see county employees' pooches and pussycats go without
Cliftonville players will go without
wages if the Reds are awarded a place in this season's Intertoto Cup.
Every year another million people go without
health insurance, even though there are a number of affordable health insurance options.
THEY must be the most stressed-out bunch in showbusiness, sitting for half an hour every Friday night, keeping their fingers crossed that no one says anything libellous and hoping against hope that just one episode can go without
Andrew Girvan, of NCH Scotland, said: "For those who struggle to make ends meet, knowing how to manage money effectively can mean the difference between being able to provide food or medicine for your family or having to go without