Let's Talk Money: iSIPP Supports Talk Money Week 2023

Let's Talk Money: iSIPP Supports Talk Money Week 2023

Talk Money Week 2023

Talk Money Week 2023 has kicked off this week (6-10th November 2023) . This annual public awareness campaign encourages open conversations about personal finances and financial wellbeing. At iSIPP, we strongly support this initiative and believe financial literacy and transparency are key.

Despite money being on many people’s minds, talking about finances remains difficult. Research shows over half of UK adults find money stressful or hard to discuss. This prevents people from making informed choices and building financial resilience. Knowledge is essential for wise money management.

That’s why Talk Money Week promotes money talks on topics like budgeting, debt, pensions, goals and more. iSIPP is proud to back this campaign. We want to empower people to invest in their futures.

This year’s theme is “Do One Thing” – taking a small step to improve your financial health. Actions can be simple, like updating pension details, teaching children about pocket money, or using MoneyHelper tools. Any action that sparks money conversations helps.

Here are a few things you can do regarding pensions:

At iSIPP, we believe open communication is key for financial confidence. Talk Money Week gives people the support and motivation they need to start money talks. Let’s break taboos and work together to improve financial wellbeing across the UK. iSIPP encourages everyone to do one thing this week to take control of their finances.



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