We all have money worries. Our research shows that one in three of us say thinking about our financial situation makes us worried. Unsurprisingly, those of us who lost income due to the pandemic are more likely to have lost confidence in our ability to manage money. There are simple steps you can take to address uncertainties and improve your financial wellbeing. We can help you do that.
Talking about money with friends, family, children — or experts if necessary — can help you feel more confident in managing your money and give you greater financial resilience to deal with future income changes or life events that affect your finances. We also encourage building healthy relationships with money from a young age. Our research has shown that almost a third of parents and carers don’t talk to their kids openly about money, missing out on an opportunity to help with children’s vital early understanding.
Getting children engaged with fun, age-appropriate money challenges is easy to do.