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Money and Mental Health

 

The less financially confident an employee feels, the worse their mental wellbeing is likely to be. Hear what almost 2,000 UK adults had to say about the link between their money and mental health.

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"Sharing our experience with someone we trust, or speaking to a professional in confidence, can help us work through the emotional side of financial loss."

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Stacey Lowman

Head of Financial Wellbeing

Claro Wellbeing

 

 

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In charge of supporting employee mental wellbeing? It pays to look after employee financial wellbeing too. Here's why.

 

Key findings include:

  • Many UK adults don’t have a good understanding of basic financial principles. For example, 64% don’t understand the impact of inflation on their money
  • The UK lags behind other countries when it comes to financial literacy levels (our average scores are 12% lower than France)
  • A high income doesn’t always mean greater financial confidence. In fact, over one in 10 of those with a household income of £75,000 – £99,000 report having ‘low’ or ‘low medium’ levels of financial confidence

Discover the hidden link between financial and mental health

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