Our relationship with money, and how we manage it, starts at an early age.
However, too many people were not taught about money growing up and it’s having a serious impact on their work, wellbeing and wallets.
More than one in 10 (15%) of adults in the UK do not have the skills or confidence to effectively manage their money, according to Claro Wellbeing’s Financial Literacy Gap report.
And many feel a lack of financial education in our younger years has negatively affected them in later life, with regards to their income and achieving their life goals.
Download the report to find out:
- The most significant factors on financial literacy levels in later life
- How better financial education means more confident, happier and less anxious staff
- Why it’s not too late to support your employees’ financial wellbeing