We are looking for people to take part in a group discussion in London for 90 minutes about the sources of information that people use when making financial decisions.
There will be a short pre task to complete prior to the discussion.
Tuesday 23rd June 2015
£55.00 (inclusive of pre task)
6.30pm or 8.30pm (depending on answers)
Please answer the questions below.
Occupation of the chief wage earner in the household:
Who do you live with in your household?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Which of the following methods would you use to source information about financial issues?
Speak to a financial advisor
Use comparison websites
Ask work colleagues
Which of the following statements apply to you?
In the past 12 months I have asked for/received help about financial planning and/or budgeting
In the past 12 months I asked for/received advice on a specific financial product
In the past 12 months I received/asked for advice on how to claim benefits or grants
Which of the following financial products have you asked for/received advice about?
General insurance (motor, home, pet, travel, mobile phone, etc...)
Which of the following organisations or people did you receive help and advice from when thinking about taking out financial products?
Price comparison websites
MoneySavingExpert.com (Martin Lewis)
Money Advice Service (Ask Ma)
Citizens Advice Bureau
Debt Advice charity i.e. Stepchange, etc..
Other charities such as Shelter, Age UK, Turn2us
Other – Please specify
Thinking about the information you received, did you?
Take out the product
Not taken it yet but still planning to
Decided against it
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
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