- Person-to-person payments are typically made using cash and checks, but the majority of respondents are interested in a digital payment option from their bank.
- People most often gave or sent money to friends and family members, yet to whom and how money is sent varies by age and gender.
- Splitting bill payments is the norm among U.S. households, with one person paying the bills and others reimbursing them being the most common way to divide costs.
- People are uncomfortable requesting money owed to them, so much so that nearly 50 percent have let people not pay them back because they didn’t want to ask.
Cash, Check Or Text; How Americans Pay Each Other
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