In this time of economic uncertainty, it can be good to dream.
But, according to new research, a quarter of all Brits are relying on a lottery win to help them through the financial crisis.
According to the survey, these people are avoiding getting professional help because they are banking on the lottery helping them to escape their financial troubles.
The survey showed that 37 per cent of the people questioned couldn’t see any benefit to using a financial advisor.
Winning the UK lottery is something that we all dream of. We can sit for hours wondering how we would spend that money, where we would go and what we would do. But in reality, we know that the odds are against us. The chances of winning the lottery are around one in 76 million. And while it is these odds that make the game so exciting, we shouldn’t rely on it to solve our financial worries.
Winning the lottery should be a dream come true, not the answer to our problems and it certainly shouldn’t be relied upon. Playing the game is a thrill and is not a quick fix to any financial problems.