Research shows mental health strain of personal finance issues exacerbated during lockdown
More than half (55%) of Brits aged between 45-54 agreed they are more worried about their financial situation than before the lockdown - and almost a third (30%) said this is negatively impacting their mental health, according to a study by Aviva. The research, which surveyed 2000 UK adults (300 of which were aged 45-55) suggests that this age group - as known as the ‘sandwich generation' due to its tendency to support both children and parents - is shouldering the heaviest financial burden as...
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