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Could your clients be on the breadline in just 26 days, without some financial planning?
Although 26 days is an improvement since Legal & General's last report, this is largely due to more people starting to save a little something over the past six months. However, it's a reality check to think that across the UK, the average household still only has just under four weeks to survive financially and that even more worryingly half of the regions researched don't even have that long.
Here are some of the key findings: