Globally, those at the wealthiest end of the scale (i.e. with a net worth of more than £10m) were most likely to over-spend, with 45% in that category wishing they had more self-control.
Nevertheless, wealthy Brits seem much less racked with guilt about their spending habits than their Asian counterparts: 86% in Taiwan and 70% in Hong Kong said they wished they had more self-control over their financial behaviour.
It must be so tough being one of the world’s financial elite. Doesn’t your heart just bleed?