Tell us: have you had to ask family members to help with rising bills? | Money
Families are under huge pressure to cover growing bills and many will be unable to cope with the money they have.
We would like to hear from people in the UK who are turning to family members for help with rising bills.
It could be that a sister, brother, parent or grandparent is able to give some much-needed funds. Or it could be that you are helping one of your relatives because they cannot manage. Perhaps this could be putting you under more pressure to cover your own bills.
We would like to hear from anyone who is helping out their family members or has been forced to ask for help.
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