Many people are worried about money right now, yet research shows that just talking about it can help to build a sense of overall wellbeing. Talk Money Week aims to encourage these money conversations, and to help businesses and organisations to showcase support and information that individuals can access. However, it’s vital that these conversations continue throughout the year.
Over the past few years, we’ve become well acquainted with terms such as ‘unprecedented times’, and although many of us would probably like a break from this phrase now, it’s fitting for the money pressures currently being experienced throughout the UK.
With bills and food prices having increased significantly, both individuals and businesses are understandably feeling stretched. And while it may be tempting to focus on short-term fixes, it’s clear that it’s in everyone’s interest to make financial wellbeing a priority, now more than ever.