Sometimes figuring things out and getting a different perspective can be much easier if you've got a little help.

DID YOU KNOW?


1/3

of UK adults feel too uncomfortable talking about money with peers, despite 44% worrying regularly about money

Source: Klarna, 2022

34%

of adults feel too awkward talking about money

Source: Klarna, 2022

56%

of parents/carers feel confident talking to their children about money

Source: Money and Pensions Service, 2023

HELP IS AT HAND


The Money and Pensions' Money Helper service has lot of tips to help you start conversations about money with friends and family

Talking about money to your partner

Talking about money to your kids

Talking about money to your friends

Talking about money to your parents and grandparents

REAL LIFE BENEFITS OF TALKING ABOUT MONEY

Open and honest conversations about money with friends and loved ones is vital for our financial well-being. These discussions empower us to tackle financial challenges, learn from each other, and take control of our financial future.

Tapping into the wisdom of your multigenerational relationships

"What advice would I give my younger self" conversations can provide treasured insights!

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IF IT'S NOT SAFE TO TALK ABOUT MONEY

If someone other than yourself controls access to your money, or runs up debt in your name, it's financial abuse. But there's no need to struggle alone. The Money and Pensions' Money Helper service has support to help you

Spot the signs of financial abuse and leave safely

How to take back control after financial abuse