Brits value themselves at £271,000 on average, according to a report issued today from LifeSearch.
However, following the vote to leave the European Union, many fear their value will fall. A third of people (32%) admit they think the value of their assets, such as their home, car, savings and investments will fall within the next year, compared to just 7% who believe the value of their assets will increase post-Brexit. More men believe their value will fall (36%) than women (29%), and those in their 30s are the most pessimistic, with 35% believing the value of their assets will decrease....
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