The figures prove it. As in many European countries, increasing numbers of people in Luxembourg live alone. The last census, conduced in 2011, indicated that 75% of Luxembourg residents aged between 25 and 29 were single, as was also the case in Germany, Belgium, the UK, Spain, France, Italy and the Netherlands. And according to research published in 2013 by Statec, Luxembourg’s national institute of statistics and economic research, one in three people in Luxembourg lives alone. The snag is that living alone is expensive. A minimum of €1,923 per month is needed to live decently in Luxembourg as a one-person household, Statec reveals in a research project from December 2016. How, then, to bear the full cost of living alone without sacrificing creature comforts? Here are nine tips on saving money for people who live alone.