It’s good to talk

A pandemic closely followed by a cost-of-living crisis has undoubtedly created a challenging financial backdrop for us all, potentially heightening money-related anxiety. At times like these, it’s more important than ever to talk through any concerns to protect both your financial and mental wellbeing.

A clear link

Research* highlights a clear, if intricate, link between financial and mental health, with a poll conducted by the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute revealing that 86% of people experiencing mental health problems believe their financial situation has impacted their mental wellbeing.

Thinking long term

Its normal to worry about finances but do try to keep a perspective. If you already have a well-structured long-term financial plan, talking through any potential problems with us typically provides reassurance and we can address any concerns you may have.

We can provide clients with a more holistic view that considers positive as well as negative factors and provides a sharp focus on potential opportunities. This can bring considerable comfort and peace of mind to clients, with the reassurance of knowing long-term financial plans remain firmly on track.

So, if you’re feeling stressed or anxious about any aspect of your finances please get in touch.

*Money and Mental Health Policy Institute, 2023

Approver Quilter Financial Services Limited & Quilter Mortgage Planning Limited. 29/01/2024

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