Neurodiverse people are more likely to be in debt than neurotypical people and feel less confident about managing their money, according to new research.
This is something Heike Knip, from Horley, Surrey, knows first-hand. He is autistic, dyslexic, has ADHD, and believes his neurodivergent brain has made managing his money trickier.
“While my ADHD means I sometimes can be hyper-focused on things, I find it harder to prioritise my finances with any urgency,” says the 40-year-old, who runs an SEO company as well as a consultancy offering companies neurodiversity training.
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