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BWC: Financial wellbeing and the cost-of-living crisis

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This webinar looks at what over a decade of slow wage growth, a pandemic and the cost-of-living crisis that has seen energy costs soar, has meant for many households that have seen their incomes plummet. We’ll explore what we mean by financial wellbeing and how it links into other important areas of our wellbeing, like mental health. We’ll also look at what we can do to protect our finances and identify some key sources of support, including from the Bank Workers Charity.

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 This event is hosted by the Bank Workers Charity through the Zoom platform.

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