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The study attempts to link the descriptive economics with the theoretical model of permanent income and life cycle hypothesis (PILCH) to shed some light on a low private savings rate for Polish households. These may be explained by the households' belief that the public pension are a collateral to borrow against, which could discourage the buffer stock effect. The study comprises two research fields: 1) the estimation of so called augmented wealth, and, 2) the marginal propensity to consumedoi:10.24425/cejeme.2021.139798 fatcat:vrxsggixqvfpvgrofgu657sbty