Look who’s talking
Thursday, October 20, 2016
Find it tough to chat about the big issues? Well you’re not alone.
This is Money reports on how a barrier often seems to appear when it comes to talking about money, with 22% of families only talking about money when ‘it becomes necessary’.1
Our survey of Foresters Friendly Society members, on the other hand, found that a whopping 77% are willing to talk about money with their families, specifically end-of-life financial matters, ‘occasionally’ and ‘regularly’.2
What makes some of us willing to chat about life’s big issues and some of us not? Well, according to our research, there could be a few factors that affect how much you talk about your end-of-life finances.
Take a look and see where you fit…
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2. Foresters Magazine 2016 customer survey of 1126 people found that 15% of respondents said they ‘regularly’ discuss end-of-life financial matters with their family, while 62% said they ‘occasionally’ discuss end-of-life financial matters with their family