Just 42% of the UK say that they feel financially healthy. And it's just 'not British' to talk about money.
Who did you last talk to about money? And who do you ask for help?
I wouldn't even know where to start to be honest
Parents, brother and aunties all get an honourable mention. It's clear that these discussions are often kept to the family and there's a lack of certainty about where else to turn for help. 46% of us will turn to financial websites but there's a fear of hidden agendas and not knowing the motivations behind the site.
We tend to ask our parents and immediate family, in part because we're too ashamed to ask our friends and don't trust the professionals to look after us. Here are some ideas of where you can go for credible, expert help:
Holly's tip: " I speak to lots of people about money all the time and it strikes me that most of us tend to assume that everyone else is 'more sorted' than us. And that's not true. Don't be afraid to talk to good friends about money worries. They might not be able to fix it but a problem shared is a problem halved and all that. We've all got something about our finances which is bothering us so don't be too hard on yourself."
Every year, BlackRock ask people from all over the world, including UK, how they think and feel about their financial health.
This year, they went deeper than ever to understand the connection between your financial health and well-being.
This edition of Investor Pulse was conducted at a time of unique political, cultural and social upheaval.To better understand how these forces affect financial health, they listened to more people than ever.