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In 2006, 62% of all payments in the UK were made using cash; by the end of 2016 this had fallen to 40% and by the middle of 2018, debit card had overtaken cash as the country’s favourite way to pay, with 3.5 million people stating they never use cash. Whilst we may never be a completely cashless society, it is safe to say that the decline of cash continues to be steady, with UK Finance predicting that by 2026 cash will be used for just 21% of transactions.

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