The path to financial wellbeing

Six ways to help you make better financial decisions.

In the current cost-of-living crisis, financial wellbeing has moved centre stage as an issue for most of us. Because of this, we felt the time was right to produce a financial wellbeing guide to help you make better financial decisions.

We have produced this guide in conjunction with Chris Budd, a long-established financial planner who founded the Institute for Financial Wellbeing (IFW) in 2020.

Financial wellbeing is a broad topic, covering all aspects of the relationship between money and our long-term happiness. It covers a wide variety of subjects, including how to manage money better, and how to use money to generate wellbeing.

In some ways, financial wellbeing is about getting out of the bad habits we have acquired by linking money with success. It involves unlearning some of the attitudes that are drilled into us, to create financial plans that will make us happier, not just wealthier.

In our financial wellbeing guide, we address these issues and look at the sources of wellbeing to help you start to focus on and define your objectives. Please read or download our financial wellbeing guide by clicking on the link below.

We hope you find it useful – and should you need any help reviewing your financial wellbeing, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

Kellands financial wellbeing guide

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