Jan Galloway suggests that the growing cost of living pressure on relationships means advisers may need to play a more holistic role in their clients' lives...
The cost of living crisis continues to take its toll on relationships across the country as family finances are being squeezed like never before. We recently surveyed more than 2,000 UK adults and found that seven in ten have experienced relationship strain over the past 12 months, close to a third of whom cited the cost of living crisis as the major cause. This is having an impact on the number of people considering divorce or separation, making it increasingly likely that advisers will find their clients are going through more than just money worries at a precarious time for the UK...
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