In a recent YouGov survey we commissioned, 32% of respondents admitted that money is the thing that worries them the most, ranking higher than work, family, friends, fitness, housework, and hobbies. This is likely to have increased following the outbreak of coronavirus, with many people facing additional financial difficulty and uncertainty.
Financial worries have a huge impact on mental health and talking to someone about the situation can be very helpful. However, our research also discovered that 41% of people rarely ask for financial advice when they need it.
Today marks the start of National Conversation Week 2020 and we continue to believe supporting it is incredibly important in tackling the lack of conversation around people’s financial situation. This seems especially relevant today, with people facing increased financial pressures and difficulties in maintaining their relationships from a distance, which could negatively affect their overall wellbeing.
To help enlighten your clients to their financial situation when it comes to general insurance, our new adviser guide provides questioning tips and techniques, insight on the tools already at your disposal, and real-life examples of advisers making the most of every conversation with their clients.
Download your copy now to help enlighten your clients about the value of your advice!