FP Canada publishes the Financial Stress Index to learn what’s causing Canadians stress and to understand how professional financial planners are helping Canadians with their financial wellbeing.
The survey finds that even amid the biggest public health crisis in a century, money—not personal health—was the No. 1 cause of stress. This is the fourth time in a row that Canadians have said money was the biggest stressor.
The 2021 Financial Stress Index shows that nearly two-in-five (38%) Canadians said money was their biggest concern, outranking personal health (26%), work (20%) and relationships (15%). The survey also shows that:
However, the survey also shows that Canadians who work with a professional financial planner were:
Drill down into the findings of the Financial Stress Index with the white paper, which captures the key findings, nationally, regionally and by topic to help you demonstrate the value of working with a financial planner.
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This article, published on our consumer website (link) and shared via social media reinforces the benefit of creating a financial plan and how working with a financial planner can be key to health and financial wellbeing.
Share insights with your network and start the conversation with clients, prospective clients on social media. Download your 2021 Financial Stress Index social media posts.
Beat the stress this summer with FP Canada’s Spotify Stress-Free Summer playlist, curated for your listening pleasure. While these aren’t related to financial stress, we hope you’ll feel a lot better.