Talk Money Week, 7- 11 November, is an opportunity for everyone to get involved with events and activities which help people have more open conversations about their finances – from pocket money to pensions - and continue these conversations all year round.
For many, taking the step to start talking is the first challenge to overcome when it comes to money. Talk Money Week provides a platform to have a conversation about money between families and friends, at work, school or any other walk of life.
The goal is to empower people who may be feeling the squeeze, struggling with bills or worried about what the future may hold, to find a way forward.
As we recover from the Covid-19 pandemic and with current cost-of-living pressures, it’s more important than ever that we get support for money worries.
Research shows that people who talk about money:
- Make better and less risky financial decisions
- Have stronger personal relationships
- Help their children form good lifetime money habits
- Feel less stressed or anxious and more in control
Visit maps.org.uk/talk-money-week to find out more