Almost a third of Brits more willing to talk about finances

31% worry about money everyday

Adam Saville
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Almost a third of Brits more willing to talk about finances

Three quarters feel stressed about money however 42% are uncomfortable talking about it, report shows

Almost a third (32%) of Brits say that the coronavirus pandemic has made them more willing to talk about their finances, research exploring taboos around money by Lowell has revealed. The survey of 1000 also showed that 42% of UK adults still feel uncomfortable talking about their finances, while 73% said their finances cause them to feel stress. As many as 31% said they worry about money every day, the report also revealed. According to ONS data household debt in the UK has been steadily increasing...

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