25 Feb 20221 min read

Play our digital card game Money Talks now!

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by Klarna

They say Money Talks… but how comfortable are we talking ABOUT Money?

They say that money talks, but when it comes to talking about money us Brits often struggle to open up.
Klarna research reveals that a third of UK adults (32%) feel too uncomfortable to talk about money with peers, despite nearly half of us (44%) worrying regularly about money.

As humans, we’re inclined to bottle up our financial fears for a number of reasons and this new data offers a snapshot of why that is. And here at Klarna, we want to help!

We’re on a mission to improve financial wellness up and down the nation, and that’s why we’ve launched a free digital card game called Money Talks! The game sparks honest, meaningful conversations about all-things-money related and has been developed to help everyone openly discuss financial wellness, spending habits and so much more.

Our research also found that a staggering 1 in 5 UK adults have never spoken to their family or friends about money.

At Klarna, we’re committed to educating our users about responsible spending and encouraging financial wellness. We all know – a problem shared is a problem halved… so it is really important that we get talking about money and finances.
The game comprises of three levels and a wildcard round, with each level touching on a different theme including relationships, personal habits, mindsets and financial basics and is accessible to everyone.

You can play alone, with friends or family, or even with a stranger – all you need to do is click here to play the game and get the conversation started.

Let’s get Britain talking about Money!

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